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Is Ultraviolet dead? Anyone else considering jumping ship (to Apple/Google/Amazon)?

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    My release of Dunkirk SAYS it?s in UV, but it?s not showing up in my FandangoNow account for some reason.

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      Originally posted by Tom Erik Smith View Post

      Where did you find this info? I hope it's true because I would love another decent source for my tv shows so that when Vudu has a bad copy that they take ages to fix, or in some cases never fix, I have somewhere else to watch it without having to buy it again.
      check this out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO5pQtCO8d8

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        Originally posted by diamond204 View Post
        Awesome, thanks! She actually asked most of the questions I wanted her to... the answers were kind of generic 'telling us what we want to hear' though, but promising

        Exclusive content? Meaning that they will make their own movies/tv shows like Netflix? I hope they don't over stretch and just get the locker system and more studios etc sorted first.

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          i have seen posts on google+ stating that flixster is shutting down and this post is going on about uv and whether it is dead or not. luckily most of my movies have been redeemed from codes and not purchased directly through UV. But where will we UK users be, as MA and VUDU is not available in our country on Google, are we going to loose everything. To currently watch our uv movies or tv series we have to use different apps as some titles won''t play in certain apps

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            I am hoping that MA gets better and hopefully absorbs UV not puts UV out. As far as inventorying our UV collections, FlixsterVideo (which will be completely gone Feb2 2018), is better than myUV site. Here is my list of items that are superior in the web-sites at this time (myUV and Flixster). We all know the superior reasons for VUDU so I won't list those.

            Features of myUV that are supeior to MA are
            1- whether the title is supposed to be SD, HD, or UHD
            2- view when a title was obtained
            3- filter by movies vs TV (This helps to see movie titles only)
            4- filter by genre (might be useful)
            5- filter by rating (not sure I'd use that)
            6- D2D (and M2D) Disc to Digital and Mobile to Digital (MA comes along for the ride)
            7- Filter by Retailer
            8- (used to work) Sort by when a title was obtained
            9- TV Shows

            Features of FlixsterVideo that are superior to myUV
            1- Sort by when a title was obtained
            2- Much better customer support than myUV and VUDU
            Last edited by B2Net; 01-16-2018, 04:17 PM. Reason: Updated "Studio" to be "Retailer"

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              Originally posted by B2Net View Post
              Features of myUV that are supeior to MA are
              1- whether the title is supposed to be SD, HD, or UHD
              2- view when a title was obtained
              3- filter by movies vs TV (This helps to see movie titles only)
              4- filter by genre (might be useful)
              5- filter by rating (not sure I'd use that)
              6- D2D (and M2D) Disc to Digital and Mobile to Digital (MA comes along for the ride)
              7- Filter by Studio
              8- (used to work) Sort by when a title was obtained
              9- TV Shows
              10- SHARING!

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                Originally posted by SinGA View Post

                10- SHARING!
                I thought UV sharing quit working and the only sharing was through MA or Google Play.

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                  Originally posted by B2Net View Post

                  I thought UV sharing quit working and the only sharing was through MA or Google Play.
                  UV sharing still works..... You just cant send out new invites to share..... if you'd already shared your library before they took the option away (at least for the moment) you're still able to share your library.

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                    Originally posted by Tom Erik Smith View Post

                    Exclusive content? Meaning that they will make their own movies/tv shows like Netflix? I hope they don't over stretch and just get the locker system and more studios etc sorted first.
                    I was thinking exclusive special features

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                      Originally posted by sloner52 View Post
                      You just cant send out new invites to share.....
                      While we're on this subject... i think its BS the way this was handled!!!!!!!! no communication from anyone on this, just yanked the rug right out from underneath the users.

                      They SHOULD HAVE given everyone a grace period, say this feature is going away on so-and-so date, and then give users an opportunity to use all their 5 invites .

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                        It's dying very quickly. All the recent Universal and Fox titles do not have UV. (MA only). Shame.

                        Seems as if for the most part only recent Lionsgate and Paramount titles are UV. If they ever join MA it's game over.

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                          Originally posted by B2Net View Post
                          7- Filter by Studio
                          Where are you seeing this as available? (I see "Retailer," but that's not the same as Studio.)

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                            I see Geostorm (Warner) was UV today so one of the main Movies Anywhere studios are hanging on lol.

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                              Originally posted by plooger View Post
                              Where are you seeing this as available? (I see "Retailer," but that's not the same as Studio.)
                              I updated my post to show "Retailer" not "Studio". I think I had Studio on my brain as many of the Retailers are/were Studios (Sony, Paramount, Universal, WB, etc)

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                                Originally posted by Donborvio View Post
                                As MA takes over for UV, and the final studios and Wal-Mart get fully onboard, you'll finally have that central hub for movies. And now instead of just Vudu-only movies (that aren't on UV) and using crap like Flixster; You do/will have the choice to buy from Amazon, Google Play, VUDU, and iTunes. With Disney's support behind the main site, it won't get neglected into a convoluted mess that the UV site is now.

                                Just get your Disc to Digital stuff in now while you can.
                                The prophecy is fulfilled. All we need is a place for our UV TV shows.

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