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Old 12-06-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
Kobe24 Kobe24 is offline
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Default Nemo 3D Already on Comcast on demand

Flipping through 3D content on demand for Xfinity going to the Stars channel low and behold there is Nemo 3D for free on demand. Considering this just came out on blu-ray and on 3D for the first time seems weird.
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Old 12-08-2012, 01:00 AM   #2
Briscoe1019 Briscoe1019 is offline
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3D on comcast is terrible. I would never waste any time watching any 3D material other than a live sporting event through Comcast. If the 3D wasn't free with the HD packages, I'd be extremely mad at the piss poor quality. If I'm correct, it's only 540i since they are splitting the 1080i signal for left and right.
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