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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by mgbcondor View Post
    Daniel this would be everyone not just me. I believe Space Jam has been one of those movies that a bunch of us have that never ever got over to Vudu. It's on my Flixster site but nowhere on Vudu. Oh and Flixster could care less what Vudu has or doesn't have. I do know that it is a UV title and should be available on all UV providers but this movie and a handful of others haven't shown up on Vudu. Collateral with Tom Cruise is another title.
    This is very much an individual thing. It goes back to where and when the person redeemed the film. If you contact Flixster support and ask them to update your ALID, they will do it for you.

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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Sorry, let me clarify.

    When I said Expired, i really meant "Out of Date". You have the old ALID for Space Jam, and until Flixster updates you to the new ALID, you will not be able to import it to your VUDU account.

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  • stryperrocks67
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Oh..and Space Jam is in my library too...

    I got it as one of my freebies for signing up

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  • stryperrocks67
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by RBBrittain View Post
    +1, and I actually have Space Jam in my Vudu library (probably D2D). I thought ALIDs were how UV licenses are linked to UV providers; if they expire -- even if only for initial redemption purposes -- that only adds to the general suspicion that UV (and EST as a whole) could be just a studio scheme to do away with "owning" movies thru forced expiration. I doubt that is Vudu's (or especially Walmart's) plan, but until those sort of bugs are addressed the tinfoil hats will persist...

    Exactly.....

    It is also why I will never do away with my physical discs even after doing a D2D.

    PLUS....since the TV shows you buy from Vudu are ONLY playable on Vudu, and the Bonus Features and Extras+ are ONLY playable on Vudu...

    If Walmart ever closes, we stand to lose everything that made it worthwhile (including the fact that the Vudu interface is the only one not to suck)

    And for the people who say "oh, that will never happen." .....

    EVERY store eventually goes of out business...
    K-Marts are closing...
    Sears is rumored to be on it's last leg and then going under...
    Wannamaker's went..
    Clover went...
    Circuit City went...


    Stores go out all the time...

    All it take is a bad economy or some bad choices by those who run it...

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  • RBBrittain
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by stryperrocks67 View Post
    "expired"?

    This brings up an interesting question....

    I thought once we redeemed a movie code or bought a movie, that we own it.

    From the way this reads, if you buy a movie with Target and then Target got out of UV or just stop "updating" or renewing their license, we could lose the ability to play that movie.

    That's scary.

    I tell you, the more I read this forum the more I understand why there is so much hate towards UV in the other video forums I belong to.
    +1, and I actually have Space Jam in my Vudu library (probably D2D). I thought ALIDs were how UV licenses are linked to UV providers; if they expire -- even if only for initial redemption purposes -- that only adds to the general suspicion that UV (and EST as a whole) could be just a studio scheme to do away with "owning" movies thru forced expiration. I doubt that is Vudu's (or especially Walmart's) plan, but until those sort of bugs are addressed the tinfoil hats will persist...

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  • stryperrocks67
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by mgbcondor View Post
    Daniel this would be everyone not just me. I believe Space Jam has been one of those movies that a bunch of us have that never ever got over to Vudu. It's on my Flixster site but nowhere on Vudu. Oh and Flixster could care less what Vudu has or doesn't have. I do know that it is a UV title and should be available on all UV providers but this movie and a handful of others haven't shown up on Vudu. Collateral with Tom Cruise is another title.

    "expired"?

    This brings up an interesting question....

    I thought once we redeemed a movie code or bought a movie, that we own it.

    From the way this reads, if you buy a movie with Target and then Target got out of UV or just stop "updating" or renewing their license, we could lose the ability to play that movie.

    That's scary.

    I tell you, the more I read this forum the more I understand why there is so much hate towards UV in the other video forums I belong to.

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  • mgbcondor
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by DanielH View Post
    You probably have an expired ALID for Space Jam. If you contact the retailer you own the film with, they should be able to update it for you.

    Daniel this would be everyone not just me. I believe Space Jam has been one of those movies that a bunch of us have that never ever got over to Vudu. It's on my Flixster site but nowhere on Vudu. Oh and Flixster could care less what Vudu has or doesn't have. I do know that it is a UV title and should be available on all UV providers but this movie and a handful of others haven't shown up on Vudu. Collateral with Tom Cruise is another title.

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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by mgbcondor View Post
    I'd be thrilled if my UV copy of Space Jam (literally the first movie I added in my 1300 HDX collection) would actually show up in Vudu. Seriously it's UV rated it should show in whatever service I use.
    You probably have an expired ALID for Space Jam. If you contact the retailer you own the film with, they should be able to update it for you.

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  • stryperrocks67
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
    Does it appear in your UV locker? If so then it should show up on Vudu (and all other UV retailers).
    Should does not mean it does

    Naked Gun 33 1/3 is in my UV locker but I can not play it on Target Ticket...it shows it as being "not available".

    Also, I have several movies that do not show up in the UV locker, even though they are UV and were redeemed in the same manner as others that are there.

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  • LuzRinggold
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by mgbcondor View Post
    I'd be thrilled if my UV copy of Space Jam (literally the first movie I added in my 1300 HDX collection) would actually show up in Vudu. Seriously it's UV rated it should show in whatever service I use.
    Does it appear in your UV locker? If so then it should show up on Vudu (and all other UV retailers).

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  • mgbcondor
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    I'd be thrilled if my UV copy of Space Jam (literally the first movie I added in my 1300 HDX collection) would actually show up in Vudu. Seriously it's UV rated it should show in whatever service I use.

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  • stryperrocks67
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by BlakkMajik3000 View Post
    So much so, I'm honestly surprised the UV system works at all.
    Agreed...

    of course, sometimes it doesn't .. lol


    Another example:

    I noticed that Flixster's copy of 'Rebirth of Mothra I' seems to have issues where it lags....plays fine elsewhere. Though it is in Japanese w/Eng subs on Vudu...English dub everywhere else..

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  • BlakkMajik3000
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Originally posted by stryperrocks67 View Post
    Well, I definitely learned something new from this thread..lol..thank you.

    I think one of these days, it would be probably in their best interest to have the Ultraviolet locker have the same copy of the movie for each service to offer, and the way the services compete against each is by what features they offer and the experience of using their front end.

    Having a movie that some providers only offer it in SD, while some have it in HD, or some providers have it in English dub, while others have it in a foreign language w/ subs...all that does is to make UV look hokey...
    I agree. What both you and tsken02 have said in the last couple of posts pretty much sums up my exact feelings about availability.

    Unfortunately, movie licensing is just a huge mess. So much so, I'm honestly surprised the UV system works at all.

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  • stryperrocks67
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    Well, I definitely learned something new from this thread..lol..thank you.

    I think one of these days, it would be probably in their best interest to have the Ultraviolet locker have the same copy of the movie for each service to offer, and the way the services compete against each is by what features they offer and the experience of using their front end.

    Having a movie that some providers only offer it in SD, while some have it in HD, or some providers have it in English dub, while others have it in a foreign language w/ subs...all that does is to make UV look hokey...

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  • tsken02
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    Re: Confused about relation of Ultraviolet and services like Vudu and Flixster

    It is a little odd that each UV Retailer has to separately license the content from the studio. You'd think license of videos for sale would be a separate negotiation from videos for locker users.

    I've heard the same that the studios will provide the CFF files, but I'm not sure about the licensing to each UV Retailer.

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