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Spreadsheet - Known VUDU UV Issues That Need Addressing

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    Originally posted by sankoni View Post
    Men in Black was just added in UHD. Hopefully they get MiB2 and MiB3 in UHD soon as well.
    They did

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      Originally posted by diamond204 View Post

      They did
      Yaaasss!

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        Has there been any movement in the last two weeks? I can't seem to tell bar the Men In Black Trilogy.

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          Originally posted by PlanetMC View Post
          Has there been any movement in the last two weeks? I can't seem to tell bar the Men In Black Trilogy.
          No there has not been anything since MIB.

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            Shaft (1971) has been fixed, the HD version has been added.

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              Originally posted by kamelkamel8000


              Yes, this needs to happen! Sooner rather than later - only a few months to get this done. Thanks Vudu - make us proud.
              You mean weeks right! UV closes at the end of July!

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                A good amount is left, Vudu can we please knock out some more of these please? A little over a month is left.

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                  They've been adding a lot of UV, they've added hundreds of titles from what I can see. The problem is that they're adding titles that it doesn't look like could have been procured from anywhere. It's good that the handful of people who possibly bought some UV movies from the 1920s and '30s are getting their stuff fixed but is that really the bulk of the problem?

                  There are hundreds of HD and 4K that people already got from other providers but that Vudu seems unable or unwilling to upgrade. Some of these are notable titles as people have mentioned, like Lionsgate and Sony 4K titles. I'd also add a lot of Warner and Sony HD. It seems that after July 31 that FandangoNOW might also act as a bridge for Movies Anywhere titles (good for Sony titles) but that doesn't really help with outstanding Lionsgate titles that I'd like to watch at Vudu. And it doesn't help people who bought HD titles at CinemaNow that don't import to either Vudu or FandangoNOW in anything but SD if at all, which it seems there are many from the spreadsheet.

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                    Originally posted by bestquality View Post
                    It seems that after July 31 that FandangoNOW might also act as a bridge for Movies Anywhere
                    That will be helpful for those of us who keep losing MA titles due to the UV licensing issue that keeps sending incorrect refund requests from UV to VUDU that VUDU passes to MA while the titles are truly still in UV and VUDU.

                    ​​​​If indeed FN was to bridge the UV titles to MA that would return the missing titles to MA. This will be very helpful if VUDU and UV are unable to fix the issue before 7/31.

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                      I've been having some UV issues, bought The Grifters, Serendipity, and Trackman on iTunes (had leftover gift card funds) and noticed they are all UV. I contacted iTunes help, they said contact MA, when I said they aren't MA eligible they said contact Vudu (since I told them about Texas Chainsaw moving into UV and then Vudu)? I contacted UV but haven't heard back from them.

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                        You purchased non MA movies on iTunes. iTunes is separate from UV and does not support UV. Those movies will stay in iTunes and will not port anywhere - unless those studios ever join up with MA. You do not gain UV rights from your purchase on iTunes.

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                          I redeemed Leon:The Professional 4K HDR through my linked Sony account in 2018. In VUDU, all I show is the 4K remastered version that I redeemed in 2015. But in VUDU I do not show the 4K HDR version.

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                            Originally posted by no cable View Post
                            I redeemed Leon:The Professional 4K HDR through my linked Sony account in 2018. In VUDU, all I show is the 4K remastered version that I redeemed in 2015. But in VUDU I do not show the 4K HDR version.
                            That is the meaning of the original post. Vudu has not enabled UHD with this title - and they need to.

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                              Originally posted by colbyw View Post

                              That is the meaning of the original post. Vudu has not enabled UHD with this title - and they need to.
                              Colbyw, I am new at this, so yes I did see in the Spreadsheet, at #s 224 & 225 Leon The Professional, with these SONY IDs:

                              12764
                              703366 - Extended

                              These are the 2015 4K Remastered versions cited. I already have those in my VUDU collection.

                              What I am instead looking for, is for VUDU to enable UHD for the 4K HDR version released in 2017.
                              The ID # on the spine of that SONY Ultra HD release is 50885.

                              So I'm confused by your statement. Are you meaning that anyone who redeemed the 2015 codes for the 4K Remastered versions, are to expect them to be enabled in UHD, from that purchase alone?



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                                Originally posted by no cable View Post

                                Colbyw, I am new at this, so yes I did see in the Spreadsheet, at #s 224 & 225 Leon The Professional, with these SONY IDs:

                                12764
                                703366 - Extended

                                These are the 2015 4K Remastered versions cited. I already have those in my VUDU collection.

                                What I am instead looking for, is for VUDU to enable UHD for the 4K HDR version released in 2017.
                                The ID # on the spine of that SONY Ultra HD release is 50885.

                                So I'm confused by your statement. Are you meaning that anyone who redeemed the 2015 codes for the 4K Remastered versions, are to expect them to be enabled in UHD, from that purchase alone?


                                I don't know about the physical discs. All that matters is if Vudu enables UHD for a version that you have in UHD in your UV locker or in MA and/or a UHD code that verifies as UHD on MA and redeems UHD on Vudu (which none do currently) - when all of these things align you will get UHD in Vudu. As of now, none do.

                                *I know it can be confusing, but if you don't have in UHD in your UV locker or in MA - you will not get UHD rights if Vudu enables UHD.

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