Peb sib piv cov Netflix, Amazon, ntuj, Wuki, TalkTalk TV(Blinkbox), Google ua si thiab iTunes
Qhov tsab xov xwm hu ua “Nws yog ib qhov zoo tshaj plaws TV thiab movies streaming kev pab cuam?” yog sau los ntawm Samuel Gibbs, rau theguardian.com rau hnub Tuesday 2nd Lub ob hlis ntuj 2016 07.00 UTC
Lub hnub ntawm yuav tsum ib sim saum nruab ntug los yog satellite zaub mov mus rau sate koj lub TV thiab movie-menyuam xav tau kev pab yog ntev dua. Fast broadband sib txuas tau qhib li ib tug tag nrho txoj kev tshiab ntawm tau txais cov ntsiab lus, spawning ib plethora ntawm streaming pab. Tab sis uas ib tug yog qhov zoo tshaj plaws?
Tsis yog txhua txhua streaming kev pab yog tsim Attendance. Ib tug ntau muaj overlapping cov tsev qiv ntawv, tiam sis muaj ntau sib txawv wildly nyob rau hauv nqe, zoo thiab muaj nyob rau hauv cov pab kiag li lawm koj siv.
Nqe: £ 5.99 – £ 8,99 ib lub hlis
Tej zaum qhov Juggernaut ntawm lub contenders ntawm no yog Netflix, uas pib raws li ib tug US DVD koj qev los ruaj thiab morphed mus rau hauv lub ntiaj teb no streaming kev pab cuam.
Nqi kev ntsuas pib ntawm £ 6 mus rau £ 9 raws li yuav ua li cas muaj ntau yam cov ntxaij vab tshaus uas koj xav mus saib nyob rau tib lub sij hawm, raws li zoo raws li lub rooj ntawm lub kwj, uas hits 4K nyob rau sab saum toj kawg li ntev raws li koj internet kev twb kev txuas thiab pab kiag li lawm yuav ko nws.
Netflix lub zog yog nws tus ntoo khaub lig-platform kev txhawb nqa thiab streaming zoo, uas nyob deb tshaj feem ntau lwm yam kev pab. Muaj yog ib qho app los yog txoj kev mus rau kwj Netflix rau zoo nkauj npaum li cas tej dais muaj, Txawm hais tias ib co laus ntse TVs yog cov kev zam. Netflix yog ib tug streaming tsuas pab, Txawm li cas los, uas txhais tau tias koj tsis tau download tau qhia tau hais tias los yog tsos rau offline saib.
Lub tuam txhab lub ntsiab lus catalog mas nws txawv ntawm lub teb chaws. Nyob rau hauv lub UK, nws yog tus me me uas 3,000 movies muaj raws li cov ntaub ntawv los ntawm streaming nrhiav kev pab Unogs. Netflix muaj ib tug ob peb loj lub npe tshiab TV qhia tau hais tias ceev nkaus xwb los ntawm cov laus los yog tsawg dua nrov qhia tau hais tias. Tsos feem ntau tshwm sim ob peb lub hlis tom qab lawv muaj nyob rau ntawm them nyiaj TV. Nws US cov tsev qiv ntawv yog ntau npaum li cas uas nws kim heev.
Netflix-ua los yog kom TV qhia tau hais tias, xws li lub tsev ntawm phaib, Jessica Jones, thiab txiv kab ntxwv yog tus Tshiab Dub, muaj proven nrov.
Kev txiav txim: zoo tshaj plaws ntoo khaub lig-platform kev txhawb nqa thiab streaming zoo, tsev qiv ntawv nyob rau hauv lub UK yog tus me me
Amazon Prime Instant Video
Nqe: £ 6 ib lub hlis los yog ib feem ntawm Amazon lub £ 79 ib xyoo Prime subscription
Amazon lub video streaming kev pab cuam kuj yuav sib txawv los ntawm lub teb chaws. Nws tsev qiv ntawv yog txawv nyob rau hauv cov UK piv rau lub US, Piv txwv, tab sis nws combines ib tug subscription kev pab cuam nrog ib tug yeeb yam thiab TV qhia tau tias koj qev los los yog yuav pab.
Rau cov neeg uas sau npe yuav ua rau Amazon lub Prime kev pab cuam, cov neeg siv tau nkag mus rau ib tug subset ntawm movies thiab TV qhia tau hais tias feem ntau muaj xws li ntawm thawj ob peb ntawm lub caij nyoog ntawm ib tug TV. Cov nram qab no caij no ces muaj rau ib tug ntxiv nqi. Nws movie xaiv muaj ob peb streaming exclusives, tab sis raws li nrog Netflix lawv feem ntau siv ib pliag kom tshwm sim. Lub UK tsev qiv ntawv ntawm nrov qhia tau hais tias yog sib txawv nyob rau hauv cov ntsiab lus tab sis piv nyob rau hauv loj rau Netflix. Highlights muaj xws li Mr Neeg Hlau, Alpha lub tsev thiab pob tshab.
Amazon txhawb streaming ntawm ob peb consoles, nws tus kheej tua hluav taws TV thiab cov ntsiav tshuaj pab kiag li lawm, iOS pab kiag li lawm thiab nyob rau hauv-browser kev pab txhawb nqa. TV qhia thiab tsos yuav khaws cia rau offline saib rau iOS no pab kiag li lawm. Kev them nyiaj yug rau hauv pab kiag li lawm tsis tau los ntawm Amazon yog neeg pluag, yuav tsum muaj ib tug multi-kauj ruam cov txheej txheem rau nruab ib lub Amazon Video app los ntawm lub Amazon Underground khw, uas yuav tsum tau downloaded ntawm Amazon lub website raws li nws yog tsis muaj nyob rau hauv lub Google ua si cia.
Streaming zoo yog zoo li Netflix thiab yuav ncav rau 4K nrog Amazon lub tua hluav taws TV box.
Kev txiav txim: ib tug dlej streaming subscription, nrog ntxiv them rau cov kev xaiv ua rau nws lub feem ntau kev pab
Ntuj Tam sim no TV
Nqe: Tsos £ 9.99 (lub hli), Lom ze £ 6.99 (lub hli), Cov kev ua si £ 6.99 (hnub), £ 10.99 (lub lim tiam), lub hli (£ 31,99)
Ntuj lub Tam sim no TV yog subdivided rau hauv peb cais cov kev pab cuam: Kev ua si nawv, Lom ze thiab tsos. Each gives you streaming access to Sky’s live channels, on-demand content and catchup.
Entertainment includes Sky’s traditional channels and some others that are not available on Freeview, as well as a fairly large collection of box set television shows, including current hit TV shows. Movies includes Sky movies and roughly 1,000 movies for on-demand viewing, including many that appear well before they do on other subscription services. Sport provides live access to seven Sky Sports channels.
The TV and Movie packages have the largest range of current and new shows and films, but they readily expire from the service, later appearing on other streaming providers such as Netflix. Now TV’s advantage is getting them first for a subscription service, often only weeks after being available for purchase on Blu-ray or DVD.
Now TV’s sports offering is almost unique in providing live streaming access to premium sport, with only BT Sport providing similar.
The quality of the streaming, while HD, isn’t quite as good as Netflix or Amazon and does not support 4K streaming. It is particularly apparent with sport, as the frame rate is noticeably poorer than traditional broadcast.
Sky’s support of devices is relatively good, with decent Android, iOS and console apps, support for Roku, some of LG’s smart TVs and computers using Microsoft’s Silverlight. But its support isn’t quite as diverse as Netflix.
Kev txiav txim: kim, but has content you either can’t get or gets way before other subscription services
Lom ze **** Movies **** Cov kev ua si ****
Nqe: rent from 99p, buy from £5.99
As well as Now TV and Sky Go, which is only available as part of a satellite subscription, Sky also has a separate movie rental and purchase service called Sky Store. It’s just for movies, but includes about 1,000 movies with a solid selection that appear around the same time as the films are released on Blu-ray and DVD.
Movies bought through Sky Store give the user access to an HD stream of the movie, plus a DVD sent to their home in the post. Rentals are in SD-only and start at 99p. Movies can be watched through a variety of tablets, computers and streaming boxes, but the quality varies. The highest 1080i resolution HD video can only be watched with Sky’s +HD boxes, leaving YouView, Roku, Now TV boxes and tablets left to 720p. Macs and Windows Vista or older computers can only view SD content.
Kev txiav txim: good for movies you want to buy digitally with a DVD, but is often lower quality than rivals on some devices
Nqe: from £3.49
Formerly known as Blinkbox, TalkTalk TV store is a pay-per-view TV and movie rental and digital purchase store. Unlike some of the others, there is no subscription option.
The library of new movies and TV shows is quite extensive, with the latest TV shows such as Marvel’s Agents of Shield appearing often only hours after being aired on TV.
Rented or purchased content can be watched on Android, iOS and Windows tablets and smartphones, Google’s Chromecast, computers, consoles except the PS4, a couple of Blu-ray players and handful of smart TVs. The smartphone and tablet apps can also download content for offline viewing.
Users have the option of streaming in standard definition or in HD for more money, although it is only in 720p and with stereo audio, not Dolby Digital Plus surround sound.
Kev txiav txim: a solid library of new and popular ad-hoc rentals and purchases with good multi-platform support, tab sis tsis muaj 5.1 or 1080p
Nqe: rental from £1.89, purchase from £4.99
Another pay-as-you-watch store, Wuaki is based in Spain and is run by Japanese retail firm Rakuten and offers a similar collection of recently-released TV shows and movies for rental or purchase to the other ad-hoc services.
Device support is solid, covering a similar range of devices as TalkTalk TV store, including Chromecast, Xbox, iOS, Android EE TV, computers and some smart TVs, with the obvious exceptions being the PS3 and 4.
You can download content for offline viewing on tablets and smartphone, but HD content can’t be played via the website, smartphone or tablet apps. Streaming via a Chromecast was rock solid and looked pretty good, but was only available with stereo sound.
There is also a selection of free content available from Viki, which is labeled as “global TV from Asia and more”, and a few free movies such as John Travolta’s The Boy in the Plastic Bubble.
Kev txiav txim: a decent option for renting recently released movies and TV if you don’t have a home cinema set up
Google ua si
Nqe: from £1.89
Google’s movie and TV store is built into the same shop at its app, music and books for Android and other devices. Play Movies and TV operates in a similar manner to TalkTalk TV store, with pay-as-you watch offers for rental or buy.
It has a similar library, with a lot of the most up to date movies and TV shows appearing before other services. It has solid integration into Android, as you would expect, but also supports Roku boxes, computers, Chromecast, Android TV, Apple’s iPad and iPhone and others.
Streaming quality is excellent up to 1080p, while movies and TV shows can be downloaded to smartphones and tablets for offline viewing.
Kev txiav txim: cheaper, nrog 5.1 sound and in better quality than some pay-per-view rivals but with support for fewer devices
Nqe: from £1.89 (SD), £ 2,49 (HD)
Apple’s media store built into iTunes was one of the first available and is still one of the best stocked. TV shows and movies arrive at about the same time as Google Play and other pay-per-view services. There’s no subscription offerings, but you can buy or rent most of the latest releases as well as much older stuff.
Device support is limited to Apple devices and software, including the iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and computers with iTunes installed. TV shows and movies can be downloaded for offline viewing, and are available in 1080p with Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
Kev txiav txim: great high-quality buy and rental library but with limited (Apple-only) device support
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