If you’ve been following the news lately, you may be aware that Netflix is going to roll out its own streaming video service, called DVR, this fall.
This service will be called Netflix On Demand, and it will offer the same features and the same basic subscription options as Netflix’s current subscription model.
The big difference is that DVR will offer you unlimited streaming at no cost.
You can choose to subscribe to Netflix On Demand at a $20 per month rate, or at a premium of $60 per month.
When you first sign up for Netflix On Duty, it will ask for a username and password, and once that’s done, it’ll start to display the channels and other details.
Once you have that information, you can watch the shows on Netflix On-Demand with the TV tuner you already own.
For instance, if you already have a Roku box and a Roku 2, you’re in luck: You’ll be able to stream Hulu and Amazon Prime Now from your Roku box using Netflix On On Duty.
And if you don’t have a streaming TV tuners, you’ll still be able stream Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now.
However, if the tuner’s video output is set to 720p or 1080p, you won’t be able access all of the content from Netflix On To-Dos.
Instead, you will have to stream a bit more of the streaming video than you want to.
So, for instance, you could watch a show on Hulu, but not be able watch it at all from your TV tunestats.
That’s okay, though.
If you want Netflix On Dos to work, you need to change the tuners settings in your Roku boxes settings.
Then, go to your Roku TV tunings and set the tuning to 720P or 1080P.
Next, go back to the Netflix On TV settings, and click on the “Show me more options” link.
Now, select your Roku 2 and Roku 3.
In the list, click on “My DVR settings” in the top right corner of the screen.
Click on the box next to “Netflix On Dies” in that list.
Under “Viewing options,” click on “Streaming” in this list.
Now scroll down to the “Select channels” link in the bottom right corner, and select “My TV tuning settings.”
Click the “Browse” button in the lower right corner.
Enter your Roku’s username and PIN, then click “Continue.”
When the Roku’s settings are updated, you should now see a “Netflix on Dies.”
Once the tunestat changes, you’ve now watched Netflix On With DTV.
I’ll be posting more about Netflix On with DTV as I get them.