This Sunday, May 26th, marks the first day of one of tennis’ most anticipated tournaments of the year. From May 26th until June 9th, all of your favorite pros in the game will be matching up at the French Open to see who will be taking home the coveted Grand Slam trophy.
You can find the full schedule for the matches here, just in time to watch all your favorites face off in what’s sure to be a heated tournament. Will Rafael Nadal be able to secure his position as the “King of Clay”? Is Novak Djokovic going to be able to defend his title from last year? Is this the year that Roger Federer wins his 21st Grand Slam title after his three year hiatus? What’s in the cards for World Champion Serena Williams? Will she match up again with U.S. Open champ Naomi Osaka? So much is yet to be determined on the courts of Stade Roland Garros.
Fortunately, you won’t have to park in front of your screen just to make sure you don’t miss your favorite matches, especially as the tournament heats up…
We love Netflix, but it isn’t a perfect streaming service. The truth is, it can’t be.
With growing competition, incomplete collections, and temporary trademarks on titles, Netflix’s shortcomings across a myriad of areas will likely hinder it from becoming the “all-powerful streaming service” we thought it might be just a few years ago. These limitations and imperfections are some of the many reasons why it’s important to record Netflix TV shows and movies with Replay Video Capture, and save them for offline viewing before they inevitably disappear.
This chart below, created by Nielsen, shows the penetration of streaming services and subscription video on demand services. Netflix leads the pack of streaming online with over 61 million subscribers and 36% of the market, but Amazon and Hulu also take close to 20%.
And, research has shown that Amazon’s popularity and market share is only growing as the company gathers more customers through their Prime service, gain more title contracts, and generate more original series.
At first glance, its impressive library of movies and shows, both original and licensed, seems never-ending. But, it does end. With only around 13,300 titles offered worldwide, Netflix’s collection is actually pretty limited in terms of selection. And, because of the ongoing rivalry between Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, it’s impossible to provide a truly complete catalog at all times and win over the entirety of the market.
Part of this narrow collection is due to the structure and process of licensing content. Netflix is frequently changing up their online offerings; the reliability of their shows and movies are completely dependent on licensing agreements made with networks and filmmakers.
According to Investopedia, these agreements could “allow Netflix to stream all seasons of [a] show in full through its online platform for one, three or five years. The licensing agreement can be renegotiated after the set time period ends, or Netflix could drop the show from its library if viewer interest is not high enough to warrant the cost.”
Essentially, Netflix can drop content on a whim. And what if that show or movie they deemed ‘not popular enough’ was your all-time favorite? Download Replay Video Capture to record and save all of your favorite Netflix content, before time is up!
Netflix isn’t a perfect streaming service. While you can easily find and access many of your favorite online movies, shows and more, you can’t save Netflix offline and truly watch anywhere.
So, how can you securely record from Netflix when the service won’t allow you to? Enter Replay Video Capture, the ultimate Netflix downloader! Easily record anything from Netflix and save the videos back to your computer or other connected device, so you can watch your media library even without the internet.
The Summer is winding back down into Fall, and with it comes the familiar anticipation of flavorful new dishes to try! With the promise of fresh, delicious entrees and amazing things to grill, bake and broil, you’ll be set for the whole season.
Replay Media Catcher is a tool you’re going to want for your kitchen. By using the software, you can download and save all of the best Food Network videos, highlights and tips online, and store them in a high quality format to re-watch anytime!
Click through to watch these tasty Food Network videos before Fall, and download all the inspiration with Replay Media Catcher:
Food Network is home to some of the most amazing cooking and recipe videos available online. Like all good things, however, these videos aren’t accessible forever. Whether you’re prepping for a delicious July 4th cookout, ideas for an upcoming get-together or just a quick weekday night dinner, look no further.
With Replay Media Catcher, foodies can download and save all of their Food Network favorites right from the website, and store them in a high quality format to revisit anytime! Plus, the new live stream monitor feature makes it simple to keep an eye on your favorite streaming shows.
Click through to watch and download these awesome Food Network videos:
The first of seven games will be held at the Warriors’ Oracle Center in Oakland, where two of the worlds’ most popular teams (and players) will challenge each other for the championship title. With Stephen Curry – the first player to win MVP unanimously and last-year Finals winner – and LeBron James – seasoned superstar and 7-time Finals player – matching up yet again, we can’t wait to see what happens.
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You can capture every nail-biting minute of the NBA Finals, Warriors vs. Cavaliers – streaming live from NBA League Pass – and store them in a high quality format with Replay Video Capture.
With our best-selling media recording software, basketball fans can easily create amazing videos of every 2016 NBA Finals game. It’s the ONLY program out there that perfectly records video anywhere online without circumventing copy protection technology (making it totally legal for personal use).
So… what are you waiting for? Don’t miss a second of the NBA Finals!
Some movies are amazingly brilliant, and some are so amazingly bad that it’s a wonder how they were ever conceptualized. Today, we’d like to honor some of those horrible, yet somehow captivating, films available online.
You can stream all of the terrible/awesome movies your heart can handle straight from your browser, then use Replay Video Capture to keep them forever. To get started, just fire up the software, start playing your top picks on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime, and start recording.
Take a look at some of our favorite worst movies to stream and save on Netflix right now:
If you’ve ever wanted to see J. Lo pretend to be a “fatally gorgeous” gangster, please record and save this movie from Netflix. Ben Affleck (Gigli) also stars in this quintessentially awful/amazing movie from the early 2000’s, in which a kidnapping goes terribly awry. Sloppy, bizarre and yet somehow amazing.
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2. Killer Mermaid
Somewhat creepy and terribly written, this flick is perfect for you horror lovers – if you want to laugh rather than being scared. The general plot line involves two American women on a vacation in the Mediterranean, where they stumble upon the lair of (you guessed it) a killer mermaid. This film is available to stream on Netflix, and definitely worth it for your next movie night.
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3. Left Behind
Nicolas Cage is reason enough to watch and save this Armageddon based masterpiece from Netflix. In Left Behind, a handful of survivors are “left behind” after millions vanish; the world is plunged into chaos. And then there was Nic Cage.
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4. John Dies at the End
Comedy meets terror in this dark flick on Netflix. A new drug, referred to as Soy Sauce, promises an out-of-body experience like no other. People are scrambling for it, but there are (obviously) consequences. We won’t give you any other spoilers — this movie is perfect for livening up a boring evening.
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5. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny
This movie is actually pretty good if you’re into martial arts flicks, though still laughable compared to the original. Jason Scott Lee stars as a warlord hell-bent on stealing a sword from the good guys (and martial arts masters). Get a hold of this one on Netflix before your next kung fu binge!
The biggest night in football is taking over our very own Bay Area for an intense end to the 2015 season.
Super Bowl 50 is pitting the Carolina Panthers (15-1 regular season) against the Denver Broncos (12-4), and will feature Coldplay and Beyoncé running the halftime show for an event you can’t miss out on.
While your norm may be heading down to the crowded local bar to soak in the energy, you can also get in on the action for free right from your own couch! CBS Sports is live streaming the entire championship and halftime show online, and you can capture it all with Replay Video Capture.
Get yourself hyped up – Super Bowl 50 is just around the corner! And, if Carolina’s Thomas Davis (currently injured with a broken arm) has vowed to play on, you’ve got no excuse not to make it.
With the new year comes new Netflix streaming options to keep you cozy on those chilly winter nights. Prepare yourself for the flurry of new arrivals, and many new original series, set to hit the laptop screen this year with Replay Video Capture!
Like all good (and new) things, they don’t last forever. Be sure to set up a time to record with your Replay Video Capture software, and have all of the streaming control you want with these flicks, even after they’re gone. Here are some of our favorites now available (or available soon) on Netflix:
Get ready to get real and laugh out loud. Late night host and comedian Chelsea Handler is turning documentarian for this Netflix Original series. The new show will explore several hot topics and the facts around them, including Silicon Valley, marriage, racism, and drugs.
Parks & Recreation
Make some waffles and buy some whipped cream – the final season of the hilarious Parks & Recreation is coming mid-January! We’re going to miss all of the hijinks in Pawnee, Indiana, but can’t wait to capture the last episodes forever with RVC.
Across the Universe
Everyone’s favorite trippy, Beatles-inspired film from 2007 is coming soon to Netflix. With classic pop songs re-imagined and an incredibly charismatic cast, this is a flick you’ll have to capture to watch again and again.
THE TANNER’S ARE BACK. Though the Olsen twins won’t be joining the show, the majority of the original Full House cast signed on for this Netflix Original spin-off, Fuller House, set in the same beautiful house in San Francisco.
In a reunion no one could anticipate, Ashton Kutcher and That ’70s Show costar Danny Masterson team up for this Netflix Original comedy set out in the country. The two play brothers taking over the family ranching business from their father. And hilarity is sure to ensue.
A Series of Unfortunate Events
Not much information has been released yet about this upcoming Netflix Original series, but we have high hopes for the show based on the Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events book series. It’s doubtful that Jim Carrey will be involved in this one, but we can hope.
We’re pretty excited to see Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa on a regular basis in the upcoming adventure-drama, The Frontier. Momoa stars in this original series that centers around a group of fur traders, and their bloody business conflicts in the 18th century.
An Affair to Remember
Lust, fear, and a missed connection at the Empire State Building. Gather up your fuzzy blanket and box of tissues – the classic 1957 tear-jerking love story An Affair to Remember comes to Netflix early this year.
Marvel’s Luke Cage
If you binge-watched Jessica Jones like we did, you’ll already have been introduced to the next Netflix Original / Marvel mashup, Luke Cage. Mike Colter stars in the upcoming series, where action and adrenaline are sure to be experienced in droves.
Nerds and nostalgia, rejoice! A handful of original Start Trek movies will be available to stream (and record) soon. The full lineup of additions includes: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986); Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991); Star Trek: Generations (1994); and Star Trek: Insurrection (1998).