(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 26, 2016 ) San Francisco, CA -- With over 40 million U.S. subscribers, Netflix has quickly become a utility essential to everyday life. Despite having improved the quality of life for those old enough to remember late night trips to the local Blockbuster Video, Netflix still has room for improvement.
The Record Netflix team has therefore collected, tested and reviewed the best Netflix tips, tricks, hacks and add-ons to help ensure that Netflix fans everywhere will never fall victim to titles such as Sharknado ever again.
Netflix Tips and Tricks
Netflix Recorder Video Tutorial
Streaming Media Recorder
This chrome extension will integrate seamlessly with the Netflix browser in such a way that the user wouldn't even know it was never there. What it does is add reviews from Rotten Tomatoes as well as the Netflix movies IMDB profile and information. It will certainly prevent Netflix users from having to endure another show like The Hillz.
The Netflix Recorder:
A simple application that allows users to record and convert Netflix video invisibly and in the background. The Netflix ripper can convert to any popular file format or even export to the users iTunes library or a portable device. Perfect for audiences who plan on taking their favorite Netflix exclusives on the go.
The Netflix Party:
With this Chrome extension Netflix users will be able to watch a Netflix video with a friend remotely. Regardless of whether they are on different sides of town, or the globe, the video output will synchronize in such a way that the Netflix users will experience the same movie at the same time. The extension will allow users to invite as many Netflix fans as they wish, even on a shared account. An un-intrusive chat box is incorporated into the Netflix display allowing viewers to chat with each other while watching the movie.
The Netflix Geographic Unblocker:
Netflix fans who travel may have noticed that their viewing options change based on their location. While each country has different viewing options and languages, the U.S. version of Netflix has the greatest selection of programming in the English language. For this reason, the new chrome extension allows users to "spoof" the Netflix browser into believing that their computer or mobile device is located in the U.S. (or any other number of countries). Thereby allowing the viewer to enjoy their shows in their preferred language and subtitle settings.
Although this web based application is often overlooked, it's actually quite useful. The Netflix Roulette application selects movies from all the hidden subcategories that are not listed in the vanilla Netflix browser. While viewers won't find "hidden" movies, they will find movies that would normally not display in their suggested picks. Netflix Roulette is a great and fun way to explore titles that users would normally not have encountered. Additionally, viewers can filter their results by rating, actor and even hidden categories.
Explore Hidden Categories:
The majority of movie categories on Netflix are actually hidden from the user. Inspirational documentaries, self-help and Japanese specific anime as well as endless foreign movie categories are just a few. Users can access these sub categories by inputting the code into their Netflix browser, or via the browser extension which incorporates into the search category section of the Netflix dashboard making all the sub-categories visible and available for surfing. The best and easiest option is to use the browser extension as there are well over 100 hidden categories to choose from.
Those are just some of the hidden apps and hacks available at the Record Netflix website. The website features fully illustrated tutorials and videos for each of these new Netflix hacks; as well as tips and tricks designed to help users get the most out of their Netflix experience.
About CaptureStream 57498:
CaptureStream is a software development company specializing in media compatibility. Founded in 1999 CaptureStream has pioneered many first generation streaming media recorders and converters.
The development team is currently providing audio and video based solutions for popular mobile devices and media platforms such as Netflix, Hulu and others who originally created content using the Microsoft Silverlight file format.
The Microsoft PlayReady DRM is the common video file encoding format in conjunction with the VC-1 video codec. CaptureStream will continue to evolve with newer video streaming formats and have kept their previous streaming recorders compatible with newer versions of streaming media services.
CaptureStream develops streaming media recording software for both audio and video. Current projects include video DRM recording and converting as well as DRM protected audio streams. Past projects include one of the first Netflix and Hulu Recorders, while future developments will include text based conversion such as AZW for Amazon Kindle and other recording and conversion solutions.
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