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Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by innocentfreak, May 9, 2011.
Thank you so much TiVoMargret. Thank you. Works like a charm
TiVo sign the same deal with Cox when is Cox going to do anything?
Ha, let's get all of the rest of the Comcast users outside of San Francisco up and running before worrying over other providers.
Start a thread, find out how much interest is out there.
Still no love here. I even went online with Comcast Support. They were no help at all. I did the above that TiVo Margaret suggested and STILL, all I'm seeing is ONE FOLDER that says "About On Demand" with some short introduction videos to the service...
ANYONE ELSE SEEING ONLY THE "ABOUT ON DEMAND" FOLDER?
Huh, I can't believe I didn't think of that!
Now on board with on-demand in San Francisco.
Works for me now up in Marin County! Honestly the navigation is faster & clearer on the Tivo than it is on the actual Comcast boxes, so this is a big win. Wouldn't mind seeing it re-worked in HD and whatnot, but at least this setup is fast, if not pretty.
Honestly Comcast could organize their OnDemand a lot better, its pretty disorganized in general. But that's hardly Tivo's fault. Glad to see everything seems to be there.
As a bonus, I'm in an area with no BBC-HD, but now I can see BBC shows in HD via on-demand! Also HBO-3D, is that a carried channel in some areas? Another cool offering now open to us via OnDemand!
Thanks, That made it work, My zip is 94122
Hopefully they can learn a little bit about organizing from TiVo. Comcast's haphazard menus and functions drove me nuts for the month I tried their DVR.
Still, anxiously awaiting a Chicagoland rollout.
+1 for chicagoland
Still screwed in Cupertino. Still only have the "About On Demand" folder with the intro videos.
This is all I get. It works perfectly and downloads the videos shown in the pic, but I have no way to get to the actual On Demand stuff. Any suggestions?
TiVoMargret responded to you directly to contact her through email in another thread. Sounds like a good place to start!
I'm not sure if anyone cares (or has the power to fix this), but tivo.com/comcast still says this for my zip code (94555, in Fremont, CA), even though On Demand was live as of last night:
Unfortunately XFINITY® On Demand on TiVo Premiere DVRs is not available in the area you entered. Sign up to be informed when it becomes available, or try another ZIP code.
Oh oops... I'll go check it out. Thanks.
Okay. I think we are getting closer now!
My buddy smark has been working on this for me and now I have the a whole new set of folders starting with "Top Picks". So we are definitely heading in the right direction.
One major problem though... I can't seem to find the "PPV" folder (which is the only one I need). Where do you go to get the PPV's?
Are there new release ppv movies (not adult, not sports)? Are they HD? How much are they charging?
Yes. They have "New Releases" as well as "Same Day as Theaters". I just checked, and it's $5.99 for new release, HD Movie. The same Movie in SD is $4.99. So basically, it's the same pricing as they have on the Comcast Boxes.
I tried that, its still not showing up on one of my Premiers.