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    I Never Thought I would Say This

    For years I only collected physical media, first blu rays, then UHD 4K. I have a little over 400 4Ks. An old service Vudu used to offer I was addicted to, and while I don't remember what it was called, you could buy a 4K disk early, and get the digital version much earlier. As the technology advanced, I found myself watching the digital version and by the time the 4K disk would arrive, I would just put it on the shelf. When that service ended, like many, I huffed and puffed and thought it was like the end of the 4K era altogether. But without realizing it, that service exposed me to the digital side of things, during a time when I was a staunch supporter of physical media, and most times physical media only. During the pandemic, we have all had to learn how to do things differently. Personally I have gone full circle. Looking back in my library, my last 50 purchases have been digital only, and most of those instances that was the only way to get the movie.

    From a technical standpoint, the digital UHD 4K movie we can get today from Vudu is so much better than the same format was two years earlier, so that's a great thing. The downside to those last 50 purchases, is I don't have a physical disk as a backup like I was so used to. While I may have never taken the wrapper off the 4K disk when it arrived in the mail, I knew if the day ever came Vudu went "poof" I would still have my UHD 4K movie. That is a little concerning, but it must not be too concerning as I just purchased a movie about 20 minutes ago! Ha! Seriously, as the world continues to open I hope the opportunity to purchase UHD 4K disks will return (not from Vudu but from retailers in general). Hollywood took such a major blow from the pandemic, and all the industries connected to them suffered too. Bring on Top Gun 2, Mission Impossible 7, Red 3, and "Bond, Jane Bond"....at this point, I'd watch another Pirates of the Caribbean,,,,whoa whoa, skip that one! Sorry Jack!

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    I went all digital about 8 years ago and have never looked back. I started out collecting all my movies on Vudu, but then when some of the retailers started closing up it made me nervous, so I switched to Apple as my main digital movie library because I figured they were much less likely to close up shop. But Vudu is still my favorite place to search for movies, read the forum threads, and I still purchase a lot of the Movies Anywhere ones on Vudu. I just figured we live in a streaming world now and that is extremely unlikely to change.

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      #3
      I was going to go fully digital, but Vudu messed that up with the library merger issues that have STILL NOT BEEN FIXED AFTER NEARLY FOUR MONTHS!

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        #4
        I stopped buyint DVD's the minute Vudu launched their in store D2D program at Wal-Mart. I did buy about a hundred used DVD's from e-bay for super cheap so I could convert them to digital. I bought a bunch more from a DVD rental place that was closing. I gave most of my DVD's and Blu-rays away once I converted them. The only ones I really have left now are Star Wars, BTTF, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, and a few other movies that aren't eligible for D2D like the Ghibli animated movies. I don't even own a single Bond disc.I have 910 vudu movies in my collection though. I'm glad I don't know how much money I spent with Vudu, I bet it's a lot.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Toddwrtr View Post
          I was going to go fully digital, but Vudu messed that up with the library merger issues that have STILL NOT BEEN FIXED AFTER NEARLY FOUR MONTHS!
          Amen!

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