roku ads remove
Hey YouTube, today I'm going to show you how to turn off automatic ads on your Roku TV or any Roku device. First, make sure your remote's cursor is working properly. Okay, now press the home button. Scroll down using the down button to settings. In settings, press the right button to go to privacy. Then, press the right button again to access the file that says limit ad tracking. Click on that to stop Roku from personalizing ads on your device and sharing viewing data. Make sure the box is checked for more information.
Now, let's go back to the smart TV experience. Make sure the enable auto notification is turned off. To turn it off, disable the option to use info from TV inputs. This will not affect the information collected by Roku streaming services.
Once that's done, you can check other settings on the system, such as power, USB, and more. Network settings show your networking information. Picture settings, inputs, audio, and parental control are also available for you to explore.
If you need to, you can add a new device under remote devices. If you found this video helpful, please like, share, subscribe, and leave a comment below. Thanks for watching!
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How To: Removing Roku Advertisement Themes
Title: Getting Rid of Pop-Up Advertisements on Disney Plus
## Introduction ##
Welcome back! In this quick video, I'll show you how to get rid of those annoying pop-up advertisements on Disney Plus. They recently changed the theme to Avengers and Disney Bus, but if you don't like the ads, I'll help you remove them.
## Step-by-Step Guide ##
1. Go to the settings menu.
2. Scroll down to the themes section.
3. Navigate to custom settings.
4. Disable the option to enable beats and themes.
- No more pop-up ads!
## Additional Considerations ##
- Remember that if you do this, the holiday themes will also be removed.
- Once you disable the ads, they won't appear again unless there's a new policy change.
- If you still don't like the themed background, you can revert to the default welcome theme.
- Go to power settings and click on revert to default theme.
- This will restore the previous theme before the changes.
## Conclusion ##
That's it! I hope this tip was helpful, and now you can enjoy your Disney Plus experience without the annoyance of pop-up advertisements. Stay tuned for more Disney Plus updates in my upcoming videos and podcast. If you prefer listening, check out my podcast on Spotify or Anchor by searching for The Vocal in Our Podcast. Thanks for watching, and see you next time!
Roku hacks you aren’t using (but should)
- The popularity of Roku TV and its various features.
- The widespread use of Roku in streaming channels like Twitch, YouTube, Netflix, and more.
- The compatibility of Roku with different devices such as iOS, Android, Chromecast, iPhone, iPad, and Roku itself.
- Caleb Dennison explores the world of Roku TV and its functionalities.
- The abundance of Roku channels available for streaming.
- The convenience of accessing popular channels like Twitch and YouTube on Roku TV.
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- The compatibility of Roku TV with Chromecast for streaming purposes.
- The availability of popular streaming platforms like Netflix on Roku TV.
- The flexibility of using Roku TV on iPhone and iPad.
- The widespread usage and popularity of Roku TV.
- The convenience and compatibility of Roku TV with various devices.
- The versatility of Roku TV in providing access to a wide range of streaming channels and platforms.
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How To Remove Adverts From SMART TV In Only 2 Minutes
Hey guys, my name's Adam and welcome to my new channel where I'll be discussing technology, gadgets, and more. English is my second language, so bear with me as I navigate my first video. Today, I want to talk about something that annoys me - the abundance of ads on smart TVs. Every time you try to watch something, you're bombarded with ads. But don't worry, I have a solution that's simple and doesn't require any special skills. All you need is your TV remote and internet access. Let me show you how.
1. Open your smart TV and navigate to the TV on demand section.
2. Choose a show or movie you want to watch, like American Dad or Real Housewives.
3. Press play and notice the ITV logo appears.
4. However, before the show starts, a commercial pops up.
5. As you wait for the show to resume, you're forced to sit through several more ads.
6. This wastes valuable time, with up to six ads lasting almost two minutes.
7. This is just the beginning, as more ads will interrupt your viewing experience.
8. To avoid this madness, follow these steps:
a. Go to your TV settings using your remote.
b. Look for the network settings, either Wi-Fi or LAN.
c. If using Wi-Fi, go to Wi-Fi settings. If using LAN, go to advanced settings.
d. Locate the DNS server option and edit it.
e. Change the DNS server to 184.108.40.206. (Check video description for details)
9. DNS stands for Domain Name System and acts as a phone book for computers to access the internet easily.
10. By changing the DNS server, you can block ads as it filters out ad servers.
11. Now, go back to your TV settings to ensure the DNS server has been changed successfully.
12. Return to the TV on demand section and select the show you want to watch.
13. Press play and enjoy your show without any ads at the beginning or in the middle.
14. Keep in mind that by using this method, you may lose the ability to rewind or pause your video.
In conclusion, the constant bombardment of ads on smart TVs can be frustrating. However, with a simple change to your DNS server, you can eliminate these ads and enjoy uninterrupted viewing. Remember, you can choose any DNS server that suits your needs. So, if you're tired of wasting time on ads, give this method a try. It only takes a few minutes and doesn't require any technical expertise. Thanks for watching, and don't forget to subscribe for more videos on technology and making your life easier. See you in the next episode!
Stop the excessive youtube ads on your smart TV. / Roku Nothing to buy, no complicated setups.
In this video, I'm going to show you how to get ad-free YouTube content on your smart TV without paying for the monthly subscription. It's a cold day in Hell before I ever pay YouTube that kind of money for ad-free content when they purposely make it annoying on the TV. On a computer, there aren't a whole lot of ads, but on a smart TV like the TCL Roku, every video starts with an ad and there are ads throughout the video.
But I found a way around it. All you have to do is understand how your computer works and how to map a network drive. Most modern routers have a media server on them, so you have to know how to work your router. If you don't, most smart TVs have a USB port, so you can just download stuff on your computer and copy it over to a thumb drive to plug into your TV. But I'll show you how to do it on the computer.
At night, I like to go to bed and watch a few YouTube videos without having to constantly skip ads. What you want to do is a search on YouTube and find a website that converts YouTube videos to mp3 or mp4. There are many websites that come and go, but you want one that's just a web page, no software to download. Once you find one, go to your YouTube video and copy the URL. Paste it into the converter website and hit start. The video will start without any ads. Select the format you want and click download. Save it to your computer's download folder or transfer it to a USB stick or network drive.
Now when you play the video on your TV, there will be no ads. It's as simple as that. You can enjoy ad-free YouTube content without paying for the subscription. Just remember to like, share, and subscribe!
Roku Advertising Introduction
As people continue to cut the cord and switch their TV viewing to streaming devices, it gives us advertisers another avenue to consider testing for brand awareness campaigns. That is why we are going to talk about Roku advertising in this video. We recently just got access to their beta, so we want to show you what this ad platform could do for your brand.
Roku boasts that they can reach over 155 million streamers, and the beauty of it is we can track performance after users view your video ad. So let's jump in so you can get an understanding if Roku could be good for your campaigns.
- As more people switch to streaming devices, advertisers have a new platform to consider: Roku advertising.
- Roku can reach over 155 million streamers and offers performance tracking after users view your video ad.
Creating a Client:
- Before setting up a pixel or creating a campaign, you need to create a client.
- Fill in the mandatory information for the client, such as name, company, and country.
- Choose the best option that describes the client's business, select the category, and save.
Creating a Campaign:
- Go to the create drop-down button and choose campaign.
- Fill in the campaign name and select the creative type (video).
- Choose the market (currently only available in the United States).
- Select the ad serving type (CPM).
- Choose the types of audiences you want to include and exclude.
- Select the genre of content you want to reach.
- Choose the viewer habits (cord cutter, cable, heavy/light streamer).
- Specify the geography (state, city, or zip code).
- Set the budget and schedule for your campaign.
- Upload your video creative or input your VAST tag URL.
- Set up the pixel by selecting the client and creating the pixel code.
- Implement the pixel code in Google Tag Manager and publish.
- Roku advertising offers a new opportunity for advertisers to reach a large audience of streamers.
- By tracking performance and targeting specific demographics and viewer habits, advertisers can optimize their campaigns for better results.
- Consider testing Roku advertising to see if it aligns with your brand's goals and objectives.
SceneGraph "Build a Roku Channel": Displaying video ads
Music with our optimized playback experience, we can now shift our focus from displaying and organizing content to monetizing it. Publishers have the opportunity to monetize content on the Roku platform through video ads, subscriptions, and one-time purchases.
In this lesson, we will primarily focus on displaying video ads. The demand for free ad-supported streaming is growing, and the Roku platform includes a dedicated library called the Roku Advertising Framework (RAF) that makes monetizing content with ads fast and easy.
RAF provides a complete suite of client and server-side solutions for seamlessly inserting video interactive ads into content. Video ads can be retrieved from your ad server, parsed, and rendered with just a few API calls.
One of the key benefits of advertising on the Roku platform is measurability, and RAF provides a set of APIs that enable audience measurement through Nielsen DAR, DCR, and other platforms.
To get started with your RAF integration, you need to identify your first or third-party ad server. If you don't have an ad server, you can contact [email protected] for recommendations or alternative ad-serving solutions.
It's important to review the certification requirements for ad-supported channels as your channel must meet all the requirements to be published to the Roku Channel Store.
Now, let's focus on implementing RAF's client-side ad stitching solution. This solution combines content and ads into a single playlist, optimizing the video playback experience by eliminating buffering between content and ads.
To start, clone the previous example and rename it video ads. Create a new folder called video screen within the components folder. This is where we will create our new video screen component that plays our stitched stream as part of the client-side ad stitching solution.
Within the video screen component, we will use RAF's built-in video player node for managing the video playlist within the stitch stream. This prevents the previously displayed detail screen from flickering into view between videos.
Next, we need to create the player task component that handles our RAF implementation. The player task component will include the content field, start index field, and last index field.
Once you have completed these steps, update your channel manifest by setting the BrightScript library's required attribute to the RAF library. This lets the Roku OS know that our channel requires the RAF library.
Now that we have set up the necessary components and updated the manifest, we are ready to handle the RAF implementation on our channel. The RAF library provides a set of APIs for retrieving and rendering video and interactive ads.
By implementing RAF, you can provide a consistent ad experience across the Roku platform and monetize your content effectively.
In conclusion, the Roku Advertising Framework (RAF) offers publishers the opportunity to monetize content on the Roku platform through video ads, subscriptions, and one-time purchases. With RAF's client-side ad stitching solution, you can seamlessly insert video ads into your content and optimize the playback experience for viewers. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can integrate RAF into your channel and start monetizing your content effectively.