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    Download Folder

    Is there a way to change the download folder that VUDU puts downloaded movies into? I installed the program onto my G: drive, the program insists on making a folder onto my C: drive and downloading movies to there. Unfortunately, that drive does not actually exist. I only use it as a virtual to get rid of unwanted programs. So anytime I restart, it loses any movie I downloaded. Probably not the intended result.

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    No choice, yet. The moviesshould go into the Adobe Air appdata directory on the drive where Air is installed. Better explanations are available in other posts.

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      #3
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      When can we expect to be able to change the download location for saved movies in VuduToGo? This is an essential requirement for just about everyone. Nobody wants to save movies to the Operating System disk these days. In fact, most people are moving their OS to small SSDs for quicker system response, so there is absolutely no room available to store large movie files there.

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        Unfortunately the download location cannot be changed, sorry.

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          "Unfortunately the download location cannot be changed, sorry".

          This is a really dumb idea. Like previous posters have mentioned a lot of people use smaller SSD for their main OS and have larger capacity drives for their back ups.

          Stopping the user having the right to choose their download location stops them from backing up the films they have paid for. Even iTunes allows you to change this.

          Backing up the video files is useful for a number of reasons.

          1. If (for some reason) your Internet goes down you are still able to watch films that you've purchased.
          2. Storage space, and separating films from an OS that may need to be reinstalled at some point (due to corruption or viruses) is common sense.
          3. Who knows if the film you've purchased will always be available for streaming.

          I can see why people argue for the continuation of physical media. This way people can burn their media and storage it wherever they like.

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