billc124 wrote:Or just hit play episode 6 when episode 5 is done and the menu comes up. It takes what, 2 seconds? Most of the time I stop the show when the credits come on anyway, saves time if you think about it. Watching the credits on a show doesn't do you any good but waste time and if you wanted continuous play, it would play all the credits first before playing the next episode. Waste of time, when you can just hit stop and then start the next one.
dnelms wrote:On a DVD, the file structure is such that the "play all" is one seperate title. Each episode is a seperate title. So the only way this could be done (assuming no firmware change) would be if Netflix or Amazon offerred a "play all" option for a season disc. I don't think they would be able to encode a whole season.
Maybe a solution would be if they (Netflix or Amazon) had a User Queue in their software that could be controlled at your PC. Setup it up ahead of time and select it from the Roku later. But it would be in how each channel programmed it.
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