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    UV Facebook Page

    I have found the UV page on facebook. Please like, and join in the conversation if you wish. They are getting a lot of hate.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/UVVU-...89855534359852

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    Re: UV Facebook Page

    Originally posted by echopulse View Post
    I have found the UV page on facebook. Please like, and join in the conversation if you wish. They are getting a lot of hate.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/UVVU-...89855534359852
    Yeah, lots of hate there. Robert H posted:

    "UV SUCKS!!! do everyone a solid and go back to digital copies..."

    Digital Copy is only SD 480p picture quality, 2 channel sound and eats up all your hard drive space.

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      #3
      Re: UV Facebook Page

      That sucks, I dont have a facebook account and i'm not getting one for this. Looking at the posts it seems the users didnt read the instructions or have a clue how to use it.

      I like Apple products as much if not more than the next guy but come on people if something doenst work on iTunes then its crap, really? Speaking of itunes this is a bit off topic but iTunes Match has caused me some huge headaches.

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        #4
        Re: UV Facebook Page

        I liked it and tried to respond to some people. The thing about itunes is they ask for codes when it don't work and then tell me there is nothing they can do about it. I'm pretty sure they knew there was nothing they could do about it before making me scan them and do e-mail tag with them. Its pretty simple when the code works for pc only but itunes won't let me redeem. The itunes code don't work but that's why i'm on vudu and not on itunes they try alot harder to make things right even if they can't resolve the issue they will sometimes give you a free credit for the trouble and you can only appreciate that.

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          #5
          Re: UV Facebook Page

          Ok i can kind of see some of these peoples point. Let me say that I bought blurays that included digital copies for awhile but i have never used them. I think the first was Sex and The City for the wife a few years back.

          This year when i got the Underworld Collection on bluray i decided to try it out so i grabbed all my old movies and attempted to get the digital copy. Most did not work due to the codes expiring, but when it did work via itunes i thought it was fairly simple. Then i opened my UWC and seen the UV card. I was a bit confused and wondered what it was. After i went through the usual hoops we all come to love i was a bit disappointed that i didnt get a real copy but a stream. I did find comfort in not having to download 3 movies though.

          I played with the UV for 30min then left it to never return until D2D arrived and blew my mind. Now i'm all for it, but back then i did want my digital copy but i also didnt want to use up all my hard drive space on my laptop nor my server which held the mkv rip.

          This UV stream is the way to go for me especially on the PS3 being in a separate room and not having to deal with getting mkvs to play correctly or hunting down some discs. I think if more people were aware of Vudu and how it works then they could see the potential.

          I thought i was a knowledgeable tech guy but I personally first heard of Vudu maybe 3 yrs ago in a home theatre store but never heard of it again until D2D.

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            #6
            Re: UV Facebook Page

            In case anyone wants to defend UV there is also some hate on Amazon. I tried to help but there are some angry people out there, who just need to read.

            http://www.amazon.com/forum/blu-ray/...Mx1MOWJUBSFQPJ

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              #7
              Re: UV Facebook Page

              I've been with Ultraviolet for about a year now and all I can say is that people who are complaining are pretty much computer illiterate or did not follow instructions.

              How hard is it to make 2 accounts, one from ultraviolet and one from vudu or flixster. Most household has online accounts that gives you access to pay your bills nowadays. So, making 2 accounts should be easy.

              Redeeming a code is also simple just follow the instructions.

              I have introduced Ultraviolet and Vudu to many of my friends and family and they are excited about the whole thing. Some actually did D2D and one of them lives in North Dakota and she didn't have any problems with the process. I mean all the way to North Dakota and the sales associate knew how to D2D and she wasn't the first customer.

              I can understand the frustration on some of these people. I know some people that aren't tech savvy at all and they get confused on the littlest thing.

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