3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 10, 2013 7:09 PM by JRioux

    Unsupported movies on Nook Hd+

      I recently bought a nook hd+ and I connected it to my Ultaviolet account. I have 8 movies in my Ultraviolet account, and all of them were uploaded the same way(through a redemption code that comes with a physical copy of the movie, then through flixster). All 8 of them appear in my movie library on the nook, and 6 of them work perfectly fine. I can stream them or download them. But 2 of them (Skyfall and Moneyball) show a little tab that say unsupported, and it won't let me stream them or download them. I was wondering if anyone has run into the same problem and knows how to fix it or what I can do. Thank you.

        • Re: Unsupported movies on Nook Hd+
          laurieb52

          Ultraviolet is still relatively new, and not all UV movies are supported in any given app. For movies that say they are unsupported in the nook video library app, that generally means they are not available in nook HD format. You can download either the Flixster app or the VUDU app in the nook app store, and watch them via those apps in SD format. 

           

          The VUDU app also has a greater variety or sorting mechanisms for viewing your videos. If you download the VUDU for PC and Flixster for PC application onto your PC, you can also convert most of your non UV, non-Blu-Ray DVD's to ultraviolet format for $2 (SD format) or $5 HD format; all Blu-rays cost $2 to convert.

          • Re: Unsupported movies on Nook Hd+
            jaquellae

            you can try loading the flixster app onto your nook from the google play store, and see if it will allow you to download or stream all your movies

            • Re: Unsupported movies on Nook Hd+

              I've installed MX Player and it plays all the movies I've tried.  Sometimes, though, you need to change it from D/W to S/W decoding.  Hope this helps.