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    #31
    Re: Vudu Insta Watch

    Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
    Fright Night is not a Disney title. The original 1985 film was released by Sony. The remake from a couple years ago was from Dreamworks. Neither was Disney.
    Current DreamWorks Pictures films (including Fright Night remake) are distributed by Disney/Buena Vista.

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      #32
      Re: Vudu Insta Watch

      Originally posted by lujan View Post
      This program is far from Instant. I went out and bought the Transformers 4 pack yesterday and scanned the receipt and it's been stuck on "Verifying Receipt" for a day now. I think I will have to end up adding each of the UV codes individually?
      It finally came through but only with the latest movie "Age of Extinction" automatically done. I had to add the 3 other titles on this 4-pack.

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        #33
        Re: Vudu Insta Watch

        Originally posted by lostinva View Post
        Current DreamWorks Pictures films (including Fright Night remake) are distributed by Disney/Buena Vista.

        Really? I didn't know that. Last I heard, Paramount was distributing them.

        Well there you go....my finger is officially no longer on the pulse

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          #34
          Re: Vudu Insta Watch

          Has anyone ordered from Walmart.com and gotten the email notification on adding the titles to VUDU? I ordered 3 blu rays yestereday morning from the Insta Watch list. This morning I received my shipping confirmation (Ship to Store). When should I expect to see the Insta Watch notification? Willing to give it a bit more time and then contact VUDU support.

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            #35
            Re: Vudu Insta Watch

            One gain with this service is for the folks who like their plastic discs, they can buy from the wal-mart link or from the store and also auto get the addition to their digital library.

            for folk like me it will never get traction, but I guess anything that bolsters the digital adoption rate is a good thing.

            For me, I just have lost the desire to add to my plastic disc collection anymore.

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              #36
              Re: Vudu Insta Watch

              Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
              One gain with this service is for the folks who like their plastic discs, they can buy from the wal-mart link or from the store and also auto get the addition to their digital library.

              for folk like me it will never get traction, but I guess anything that bolsters the digital adoption rate is a good thing.

              For me, I just have lost the desire to add to my plastic disc collection anymore.
              I like to buy movies on disc, redeem the code, and stick the disc in a plastic storage bin in my attic. This might seem weird, but I get nervous about 'what if UV were to disappear tomorrow?'. It's an unlikely fear, but the truth is that while it's popular, it's not nearly as mainstream as physical media. I could see it not crossing over to the mainstream and going away, and then we lose our movies.

              Again, it's not something likely to happen, but having a hard copy in storage where I can get to it makes me feel slightly more secure. It's probably silly.

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                #37
                Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                Originally posted by lujan View Post
                It finally came through but only with the latest movie "Age of Extinction" automatically done. I had to add the 3 other titles on this 4-pack.
                Same here, wonder if this is as intended or a glitch?

                I'm still waiting on my copy of X-Men: Days of Future Past to show up...scanned the receipt yesterday.

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                  #38
                  Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                  Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
                  Really? I didn't know that. Last I heard, Paramount was distributing them.

                  Well there you go....my finger is officially no longer on the pulse
                  DreamWorks Studios has a deal with Disney to distribute the live action movies and DreamWorks Animation films are distributed by 20th Century Fox.

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                    #39
                    Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                    Originally posted by AZHemi View Post
                    Same here, wonder if this is as intended or a glitch?

                    I'm still waiting on my copy of X-Men: Days of Future Past to show up...scanned the receipt yesterday.
                    If there continues to be a delay between the time we scan the receipt and showing up on my Vudu library, I'll probably end up entering the UV codes and not using Insta Watch at all. The only real benefit I see with this program is if there are non-UV titles that will show up on your library after buying and scanning.

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                      #40
                      Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                      Originally posted by lujan View Post
                      If there continues to be a delay between the time we scan the receipt and showing up on my Vudu library, I'll probably end up entering the UV codes and not using Insta Watch at all. The only real benefit I see with this program is if there are non-UV titles that will show up on your library after buying and scanning.
                      In today's world of sue, sue, sue - InstaWatch may have been a poor choice of name for sure as the process is definitely not instant...and unless one want to devote the time dealing with Vudu's support system NeverWatch might have been more applicable as expected titles may never show up in your library.

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                        #41
                        Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                        I wish they would focus their efforts on fixing and improving the D2D program first and foremost rather than creating another new feature when existing ones don't even work well. As others have mentioned, apparently this new feature isn't so instant.

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                          #42
                          Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                          Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
                          I like to buy movies on disc, redeem the code, and stick the disc in a plastic storage bin in my attic. This might seem weird, but I get nervous about 'what if UV were to disappear tomorrow?'. It's an unlikely fear, but the truth is that while it's popular, it's not nearly as mainstream as physical media. I could see it not crossing over to the mainstream and going away, and then we lose our movies.

                          Again, it's not something likely to happen, but having a hard copy in storage where I can get to it makes me feel slightly more secure. It's probably silly.
                          Nope it's not silly I do the very same thing.

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                            #43
                            Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                            the Indiana Jones titles on Insta watch was an exciting prospect to me, so I went looking for them at my local store. The store didn't have them, unfortunately.

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                              #44
                              Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                              I'm curious to know if Indiana Jones titles would actually work, anyway... (given that the page has no InstaWatch banner.)

                              I'm also looking at buying The Lego Movie. Is there any way to tell if the DVD version will give me SD, HD or HDX version on Vudu? Or must I buy the Blu-Ray version just to hope for HDX? I don't like using the Blu-Ray of my PS3 for movies, I'd rather pay for the DVD and Vudu/HDX combo, if possible...

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                                #45
                                Re: Vudu Insta Watch

                                Originally posted by scottmcasey View Post
                                Has anyone ordered from Walmart.com and gotten the email notification on adding the titles to VUDU? I ordered 3 blu rays yestereday morning from the Insta Watch list. This morning I received my shipping confirmation (Ship to Store). When should I expect to see the Insta Watch notification? Willing to give it a bit more time and then contact VUDU support.
                                I am wondering the same thing. Ordered some movies on late Thursday night and nothing yet...

                                Doesn't seem instant to me.

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