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Vudu Forum Guidelines

Vudu Forum Guidelines

The Vudu Forums are designed to help viewers get the most out of their Vudu experience. Here, Vudu customers may post information, questions, ideas, etc. on the subject of Vudu and Vudu -related issues (home theater, entertainment, etc). Although the primary purpose of these forums is to help Vudu customers with questions and/or problems with their Vudu service, there are also off-topic areas available within the Vudu Forums for users to chat with like-minded people, subject to the limitations below.

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    I'm sorry for being late to the party but I don't understand Disc to Digital. I would appreciate it greatly if someone would explain to me in simple terms this concept. Please be gentile to an old man. Thank you

    Re: stupid

    Simple version: Take approved/available DVD or BD to Walmart photo dept. and pay $2 to $5 to buy a VUDU/UV SD or HD(X) copy and you keep your disc.

    If you really want to know take 5 minutes of your time (about 2x what it took to create this thread) and read this page.


      Re: stupid

      Originally posted by sarasdad View Post
      I'm sorry for being late to the party but I don't understand Disc to Digital. I would appreciate it greatly if someone would explain to me in simple terms this concept. Please be gentile to an old man. Thank you
      Also note - the DVD's and Blu-rays you take to Walmart are not physically or digitally or burned or ripped or stored at all. The only thing they do at the Walmart Photo Center is look at your disc and stamp the bottom center to show that the disc has already been placed on VUDU.

      You are basically buying permanent access or permanent viewing to your title(s) on Vudu.


        Re: stupid

        Here is the step by step procedure:

        1: (assuming you have an account already) search for the movies you want to be put onto your account in the "disk to digital" section

        2: select the quality you wish to have (the pricing is for standard definition movies, it's 2 dollars. 5 dollars if you have the standard definition but want the blu ray quality version. If you have the blu ray version already, the fee is 2 dollars as up-converting the quality is not necessary.)

        3: print out the list you have created and take it along with your movies to your local wal-mart (more specifically the photo center)

        4: say you want to put your movies onto your vudu account and they will give you a form to fill out (it's basically the same information that's on the print out, like e-mail, phone, and the movies, but it's just for clarification purposes I think).

        5: They stamp the inner ring of the disks with "Wal-mart Entertainment" to prevent the same movie from being redeemed onto another account. The ink does not go onto the data area of the disk so the disk is still perfectly useable.

        6: once everything is said and done, they hand you your movies back, you pay for the service fee, and that's it. When you look at your account again, all your requested movies should show up there instantly, along with an e-mail from VUDU in your inbox stating a complete transaction and a receipt.

        I was shaky about this when i heard about it too but so far, I found no real reason to be disappointed in it's execution. It does what it claims and it does it well. Even though the first couple weeks had mixed results thanks to uninformed and ill-trained staff. But it was new so it should be solid now