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    We Bought a Zoo D2D

    I was building a new list for Disc-to-Digital and one of the titles I added was "We Bought a Zoo". When I printed the list is showed up like this:

    DVD We Bought a Zoo [French]

    What does the "[French]" mean?

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    Re: We Bought a Zoo D2D

    Originally posted by tfisher View Post
    I was building a new list for Disc-to-Digital and one of the titles I added was "We Bought a Zoo". When I printed the list is showed up like this:

    DVD We Bought a Zoo [French]

    What does the "[French]" mean?

    I've noticed this with some of the other D2D movies as well. We only have the English version available, so no need to worry. I'll let the content team know, just in case.
    Dan H.
    VUDU QA

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      Re: We Bought a Zoo D2D

      You are correct...it's actually in English.

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        Re: We Bought a Zoo D2D

        Dan, know some of the D2D listings have said [P&S] (Pan & Scan) after the title, and I won't pay to convert any movie that says that unless I can confirm that it's at least widescreen. The title variations can be very important.

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          Re: We Bought a Zoo D2D

          Originally posted by MaxH View Post
          Dan, know some of the D2D listings have said [P&S] (Pan & Scan) after the title, and I won't pay to convert any movie that says that unless I can confirm that it's at least widescreen. The title variations can be very important.
          Yeah, but they don't mean much for D2D, unfortunately. There are often a bunch of SKUs for old DVDs (P&S, Widescreen, Collector's Edition, or in this case a French DVD). They will usually all map to the same single version that VUDU has (exceptions would be some director's/unrated cuts, etc where it's actually a different release).

          Probably your best bet for figuring out if the VUDU version is what you want is to watch the 2 minute preview (in general VUDU tries to get the OAR format, but clearly that hasn't always happened, especially on some titles that were added 2-3 years ago...)

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            Re: We Bought a Zoo D2D

            Originally posted by Jake View Post
            Yeah, but they don't mean much for D2D, unfortunately. There are often a bunch of SKUs for old DVDs (P&S, Widescreen, Collector's Edition, or in this case a French DVD). They will usually all map to the same single version that VUDU has (exceptions would be some director's/unrated cuts, etc where it's actually a different release).

            Probably your best bet for figuring out if the VUDU version is what you want is to watch the 2 minute preview (in general VUDU tries to get the OAR format, but clearly that hasn't always happened, especially on some titles that were added 2-3 years ago...)
            Thanks Jake, that's a good idea. (Although with the number of discs I have, I will probably only do that for the ones I really want to convert.)

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