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Vudu Forum Guidelines

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Ultraviolet Gripes

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    Re: Ultraviolet Gripes

    Originally posted by Starkenator View Post
    Those downloads you have done will not count toward your limit. It only refers to the common file format downloads, and BTW that Dec. 20th date has been there since before last Dec. 20th so I don't think it refers to a year, just a placeholder. CFF is widely expected to be finished the first half of this year so it doesn't give them much time.
    Thanks Starkenator...good to know that the downloads performed so far aren't counting.


      Re: Ultraviolet Gripes

      The way I look at this is pretty simple. Ultraviolet is our main library for movies. Vudu, Flixster just plays our movies and supposedly Amazon Instant Video too. Imagine if Apple joined in, maybe perhaps we can also watch our movies in itunes like we do in VUDU.

      As you can see, Ultraviolet was made to be the main library to keep our movies, so we have a choice where to watch it like VUDU, Flixster or whatever app there is in the future.

      Ultraviolet and VUDU is actually helping each other out with d2d. More people would register with Ultraviolet with d2d and VUDU would be the number one app to watch your movies, since Flixter isn't as well made like VUDU, itunes isn't in the Ultraviolet bandwagon and Amazon atm doesn't play our Ultraviolet movies. It's quiet simple.

      I think anything offline viewing is up to the streaming app company like VUDU to provide us with some sort of file we can download and play offline with their app and Ultraviolet just makes sure we own that movie.


        Re: Ultraviolet Gripes

        Originally posted by iwubuv View Post
        The way I look at this is pretty simple. Ultraviolet is our main library for movies. Vudu, Flixster just plays our movies and supposedly Amazon Instant Video too.
        Hmmm, IMO Vudu is my "main library". Personally, I don't login to UV to watch a movie - I use my Vudu app. Because I also own 6 movies on Vudu that are not UV. So logging into UV limits viewing choices.