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How many titles do you have in your library?

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    How many titles do you have in your library?

    I like the rest of you can't wait for them to roll out the at home D2D program.First of all, does anyone have any info on when. I know they said by the end of the month, but I've heard nothing since. I wonder if it is going to appear like the sorting capability did the morning I turned on my box. Secondly, how is everybodies collection going. Mine has been exploding lately wit all the new titles on D2D showing up. My count is presently 1004 movies. That is including bundles, and listing them individualy. I just thought it would be fun to find out. Have a great day, and I look forward to hearing eveyones totals.

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    Re: How many titles do you have in your library?

    I'm taking a bunch of discs in today for D2D that were just made compatible. So after tonight, I should have 329 Movies and 20+ TV Seasons.

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      Re: How many titles do you have in your library?

      I'll bite..

      452 movies (have a couple bundles so I guess more)

      6 Seasons + the Friends bundle.

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        Re: How many titles do you have in your library?

        there is already a thread for bragging about how many titles one has.

        http://forum.vudu.com/showthread.php?t=803741

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          Re: How many titles do you have in your library?

          Originally posted by Fred65 View Post
          I like the rest of you can't wait for them to roll out the at home D2D program.First of all, does anyone have any info on when. I know they said by the end of the month, but I've heard nothing since. I wonder if it is going to appear like the sorting capability did the morning I turned on my box. Secondly, how is everybodies collection going. Mine has been exploding lately wit all the new titles on D2D showing up. My count is presently 1004 movies. That is including bundles, and listing them individualy. I just thought it would be fun to find out. Have a great day, and I look forward to hearing eveyones totals.
          Concerning the statement in bold, where can I find information on this? Also, will this only be good for DVD copies of movies or also for Blu-ray copies of movies (assuming of course I have a Blu-ray drive)? CinemaNow has a similar feature, but I think they are strictly DVD (probably wrong on that).

          I have 46 movies and all 4 glorious seasons of the IT crowd, and I am constantly expanding my collection.

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            Re: How many titles do you have in your library?

            I think it will be rolled out early next week. Probably Monday or Tuesday. And according to the News reports from CES, it will include Blu-ray discs. I can't wait myself.

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              Re: How many titles do you have in your library?

              Originally posted by echopulse View Post
              I think it will be rolled out early next week. Probably Monday or Tuesday. And according to the News reports from CES, it will include Blu-ray discs. I can't wait myself.
              Wow, I should look around this very forum before I ask such a question:

              http://forum.vudu.com/showthread.php?t=817151

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