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Microsoft's Xbox Video website is now live, though it doesn't stream in HD

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We already knew Microsoft was working to bring its Xbox Video service to the web, and today it's finally live. If you go to video.xbox.com, you'll be able to watch TV shows and movies, including items you may have already purchased from another Windows device. The only catch is that you won't be able to stream in HD, as you can with the Windows 8.1 and Xbox One versions of the app. (Note: the forthcoming Windows Phone 8 app won't support HD either.) Check it out now at the source link below -- and remember that you'll need to have the Silverlight plug-in installed before you start streaming.

Via: The Verge
Source: Xbox Video
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