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    What happens

    If VUDU goes under or the movie companies pull the movies off?

    Are we out of our $?

    #2
    Re: What happens

    Originally posted by ohmsy View Post
    If VUDU goes under or the movie companies pull the movies off?

    Are we out of our $?
    What business has ever given refunds after they go under?

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      #3
      Re: What happens

      I guess, but the movies companies aren't going to go out of business.

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        #4
        Re: What happens

        If Vudu fails but UV stays alive then we should have access to our UV movies on all other retailers like Flixster and Amazon.

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          #5
          Re: What happens

          Vudu is owned by Walmart. I think it'll be around for a while.

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            #6
            Re: What happens

            The only comparable business I can recall going through a "transition" was the video game site Direct2Drive.

            They were acquired by GameFly, and "most" (though not necessarily all) titles purchased from Direct2Drive were basically "transferred" to a GameFly account.

            So if something ever happens to Vudu (or one of the other digital movie distribution services), I think we wouldn't lose everything, but we might not keep everything either.

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              #7
              Re: What happens

              I doubt Vudu will be shut down, but there are 100 companies on board with ultraviolet, and Amazon, Flixster, and Best Buy will all be offering UV services soon.

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                #8
                Re: What happens

                Once we have a solid method for downloading our UV titles the risk will be reduced for those willing to store their digital copies locally. The big sell is that we have purchased a digital license through UV, stored in the cloud. I expect that if they went under a repository of these licenses would somehow be maintained to protect the license owners.

                I know vudu-to-go already allows downloading copies for use on a computer, as does Flixster on i-devices, but so far only SD content is available and the downloads are not yet "shareable" across multiple devices (but they are working on this). I understand PS3 has the ability to get HD or HDX downloads, but still no ability to share them on a home network and with far more limited storage capacity than many PC setups (personally more than 5TB).

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