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    Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

    Originally posted by timshel View Post
    So will ability to link DMA to VUDU essentially eliminate the utility of Apple TV?
    ...it depends. The AppleTV set-top box connects a TV to the iTunes suite. This includes Home Sharing for playback of media across the LAN and also playback of cloud stored titles.

    It is important to me to have a single user interface to access my home entertainment library. Otherwise, remembering which titles is stored on which system becomes an annoyance.

    I needed to decide which system to use. The ability to convert my physical media onto a cloud provider's system via D2D made the decision a simple one for me. I just simply could not afford to buy all my titles at full price.

    Plus, I think the DECE / Vudu method has some very real value add over the closed Apple iOS approch offered via iTunes / AppleTV.

    For me, when I can link my DMA to Vudu, the need for my AppleTV set-top box will drop to close to zero since I will be able to view all the titles I have via Vudu. The only titles I have on iTunes are Disney digital copies.

    Other people may be more invested in an iTunes library and only Disney offering pass through would be insufficient for them.

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      Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

      Originally posted by timshel View Post
      So will ability to link DMA to VUDU essentially eliminate the utility of Apple TV?
      I am pretty sure it will have the same streaming services it did before, just that in addition to Chromecast and Apple TV there will be another provider to stream DMA movies. If your iTunes library is only Disney movies, you may have limited or no use for the Apple TV, depending on what you like to use to stream.

      The apple TV does allow switching between 2 user ID's and libraries, so this would be a way to share your DMA library with a family member that has an Apple TV, if Disney movies are not part of Vudu library sharing (they are not UV, so following the current pattern, they would not be shared).

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        Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

        Originally posted by xxxsdesdexxx View Post
        3D movies are being included? So if I redeemed DMR points for a 3D movie, I will have that movie available through Vudu in 3D? Really? This is great news if this is the case.
        In my opinion I don't think this will be the case, Disney codes for 3D movies redeemed on Vudu do not currently give 3D copies. Probably means if you buy a 3D movie on Vudu it will feed in to DMA.

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          Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

          Just to add to the DMA expansion of Vudu's library, there are now 2D/3D bundles for the below titles:
          1. Toy Story
          2. Toy Story 2
          3. Toy Story 3
          4. Finding Nemo
          5. Up
          6. Cars
          7. Cars 2
          8. Planes
          9. Planes: Fire & Rescue
          10. Monster's Inc.
          11. Monster's University
          12. The Little Mermaid
          13. Brave
          14. A Christmas Carol
          15. The Avengers
          16. Bolt
          17. Meet the Robinsons
          18. Tron
          19. PotC: On Stranger Tides
          20. John Carter
          21. Alice in Wonderland
          22. The Nightmare Before Christmas
          23. Chicken Little
          24. Frankenweenie
          25. G-Force
          26. Mars Needs Moms
          27. Jonas Bros: 3D Concert
          28. Hanna Montana: Best of Both Worlds Concert
          29. GotG
          30. Wreck-it Ralph

          From what I can tell, this constitutes the bulk of the Disney Studios 3D title offerings now on Vudu in 2D/3D bundles.

          Correct me if I am wrong, but I think Vudu is the only streaming vendor who offers 3D playback.

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            Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

            Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
            Just to add to the DMA expansion of Vudu's library, there are now 2D/3D bundles for the below titles:
            1. Toy Story
            2. Toy Story 2
            3. Toy Story 3
            4. Finding Nemo
            5. Up
            6. Cars
            7. Cars 2
            8. Planes
            9. Planes: Fire & Rescue
            10. Monster's Inc.
            11. Monster's University
            12. The Little Mermaid
            13. Brave
            14. A Christmas Carol
            15. The Avengers
            16. Bolt
            17. Meet the Robinsons
            18. Tron
            19. PotC: On Stranger Tides
            20. John Carter
            21. Alice in Wonderland
            22. The Nightmare Before Christmas
            23. Chicken Little
            24. Frankenweenie
            25. G-Force
            26. Mars Needs Moms
            27. Jonas Bros: 3D Concert
            28. Hanna Montana: Best of Both Worlds Concert
            29. GotG
            30. Wreck-it Ralph

            From what I can tell, this constitutes the bulk of the Disney Studios 3D title offerings now on Vudu in 2D/3D bundles.

            Correct me if I am wrong, but I think Vudu is the only streaming vendor who offers 3D playback.
            I do not know of any other service that offers 3D streaming. I have a 3D TV and have thought about trying to stream a 3D title I am just not sure about it. Have a you tried it or know anyone who has?

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              Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

              Originally posted by johnmccann1976 View Post
              I do not know of any other service that offers 3D streaming. I have a 3D TV and have thought about trying to stream a 3D title I am just not sure about it. Have a you tried it or know anyone who has?
              I do not have a 3D TV. I suspect what we are looking at with all these new 2D/3D Disney bundles is the two companies getting their ducks lined up for a marketing push. If I had to guess, Disney will highlight the 3D options when they announce their Vudu partnership next Tuesday.

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                Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                Originally posted by johnmccann1976 View Post
                I do not know of any other service that offers 3D streaming. I have a 3D TV and have thought about trying to stream a 3D title I am just not sure about it. Have a you tried it or know anyone who has?
                Yes, I am able to stream a 3D movie from Vudu on my Mitsubishi TV and also via my Oppo BD player. Of course, I prefer the Oppo because it runs through the A/V receiver and thus gets better sound. The TV will only output stereo.

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                  Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                  Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                  I do not have a 3D TV. I suspect what we are looking at with all these new 2D/3D Disney bundles is the two companies getting their ducks lined up for a marketing push. If I had to guess, Disney will highlight the 3D options when they announce their Vudu partnership next Tuesday.
                  I you are right the smell of a huge marketing push is in the sir no doubt. I think some of the bundles are not even able on disc. I don't think Frozen or Maleficent has a 3D combo pack.

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                    Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                    Originally posted by lujan View Post
                    Yes, I am able to stream a 3D movie from Vudu on my Mitsubishi TV and also via my Oppo BD player. Of course, I prefer the Oppo because it runs through the A/V receiver and thus gets better sound. The TV will only output stereo.
                    How is the quality of the 3D through streaming vs. disks?

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                      Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                      Where did the rumor come from that Disney will do a D2D type program?

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                        Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                        Somebody on another forum claimed that a DMA rep confirmed to him that Vudu would be joining and that they would be offering some sort of Disc to Digital program. We don't know what that will consist of, if it is true, but I wouldn't be surprised if they at least offered digital copies of registered discs for $5.00 like they apparently did in the past.

                        It would be ideal if they really offered a true D2D program, especially with all the Hollywood Films and Touchstone movies being part of it, but I'll believe that when it happens.

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                          Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                          is the disney anywhere icon on most of the dma movies on vudu new? it's similar to the UV icon on uv movies. Seems like they are preparing for the link

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                            Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                            yes, new this week.

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                              Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                              Marc Graser, senior editor at Variety, just posted an article indicating Vudu will become a member of DMA on 11/18.

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                                Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                                http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/...technologyNews

                                Disney cloud-based movie service partners with Wal-Mart

                                (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co's cloud-based movie storage service will give users the ability to add purchases from Wal-Mart Stores Inc's Vudu online store, a Disney official announced on Friday.

                                Vudu purchases will be integrated into the service, called Disney Movies Anywhere, starting on Tuesday, Jamie Voris, Disney Studios' chief technology officer, said at an event where the company highlighted mobile initiatives.
                                YES YES YES

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