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Realtree DVD Hunting Titles



Columbus, GA -( Introducing Plus, the hunting industry’s first digital platform offering convenient online purchases and rentals of select past or present Realtree DVD hunting titles.

Best of all, Realtree’s 2014 titles that have not even made it to DVD yet are already available in this format.

Downloads carry all the menu features of the DVDs, such as chapters, buttons, etc. (barring some mobile devices due to size).

To get started, just download the free RLX Media Player and watch your purchased or rented videos anytime, anywhere on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. You can download the RLX Streaming Player to your computer or to tablets and phones via a free app from the iTunes or Android stores. Once downloaded, videos can be viewed on up to three devices.

Depending on your connection speed, you can begin watching seconds after the purchase and while still online (and downloading), or while off-line afterward.

Once you purchase a video, you can keep that video on your devices for viewing off-line when you don’t have Internet service, such as when you are in a treestand or while you are travelling. However, if you need to save space on a particular hard drive or device, you can delete your movie and later download it from a cloud server where all of the movies you purchase will reside under your customer account.

When you download the RLX Media Player and set up your account, you become eligible to test and keep a free version of Monster Bucks XIX, Digital Volume 3.

Visit Realtree to own or rent your favorite hunting DVD today.

About Realtree

Today, Realtree employs more than 80 people in Columbus, Georgia, and also has operations in Europe. And from that first licensee in 1986, the Realtree business has grown to include more than 1,500 licensees.

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