Downloaded the film Deadpool when it came out on iTunes a while back. Watched it a couple of times all good. Thought I'd put it on my Apple TV tonight and it was dubbed in another language, Hindi I'm guessing, which was strange because when I checked the language options it only listed French, Spanish and English ( The list showed it was set to English ) I then checked it on my laptop, same thing. So I deleted the film and re-downloaded it on to both devices. Same thing happened, voices were over dubbed in the wrong language. Anyone got any ideas how I set this back?
We are having the same problem. We have just downloaded deadpool and it has Hindi (or similar) dubbing over the top even though I have checked English. We deleted and re downloaded it, to no avail. Very annoying considering we have paid for a movie we can't watch!
The bottleneck in the network today is really the speed of the Internet's backbone today. FTTH really only makes a difference if you're moving files within the proposed Palo Alto FTTH network. What application is this really going to help? HD video conferencing. You can stream movies into your house today with Netflix. You can also use an AppleTV or Vudu box to download them as well. SD starts immediately and HD with some wait time. The real limiter of this technology isn't the network it's the movie studios holding back content to support the cable and satellite based operators and cable channel owners (HBO and Showtime).You can already work from home on a Cable Modem. What kind of job cannot be done from home because of the last mile limitation??? I don't know of one.If you want to video conference today for free use Skype. They'll be upgrading the quality of the video with time. A blazing fast cable modem works fine. We don't need this until the backbone of the Internet is much, much faster. 2b1af7f3a8