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  1. Member
    Join Date
    May 2018
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    San Antonio, TX
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    Redbox recently added its channel to ROKU, now you rent video to stream and or download to own. They also created an app called Rodbox Download Manager for PC and Mac.

    The issue is the app will not run to download purchased videos, I have called and chatted
    with Redbox support team about this and still nothing.

    So it there any way and or video capture downloder, I can use to download my purchased
    video to my PC.

    Sincerely,
    JGage
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  2. Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
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    United States
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    Are you using the required browser, OS and have Silverlight installed?

    From Redbox:

    "We work with Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer & Edge. Note: you might need to install Silverlight.

    Buy and download movies & TV shows to watch offline by installing the Redbox Download Manager

    Required operating system for Mac: OS X El Capitan, OS X Sierra & OS X High Sierra

    Required operating system for Windows: Windows 7 & Windows 10"
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  3. Thank you for your reply, but I still unable to login to
    Redbox Download Manager for PC using a.ny of the below
    browsers

    Labtop Computer:

    Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-5200U CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.20GHz
    8.00 GB
    64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

    OS:
    Windows 10 Pro 1803 17134.1

    I have the following installed:

    Browsers:

    Firefox Browser 52.7.4 (64-bit)
    Internet Exploer 11 v 11.1.17134.0
    Microsoft Edge 42.17134.1.0
    Google Chrome v 66.0.3359
    Safari v5.1.7

    Microsoft Silverlight (64-bit)
    Version: 5.1.50907.0

    Already, Chrome, Firefox, Vivaldi, Opera, and Edge browsers do not support NPAPI/Silverlight plugins.

    In the long-term, only the fallback IE browser in Windows will support NPAPI for legacy business processes.

    You can help by asking such websites/webmasters to change to using modern, secure PPAPI/Pepper plugins and HTML5, which will be supported by Chrome browser, Chromebooks, and mobile devices.
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  4. I went through this runaround before. Have they resolved this yet?
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  5. Never buy DRM emcumbered video unless you have a way of removing the DRM. If the company goes out of business, or otherwise stops supporting you, you will no longer be able to watch those videos.
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