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    Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

    Originally posted by D2DGUY View Post
    An updated list of available titles was posted today. It's accessible from a link on this page:

    http://www.cinemanow.com/disctodigital
    Thanks. Are there any plans to add blu-rays to the list?

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      Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

      More Lionsgate stuff on CinemaNow....get with it Vudu D2D, I was trying to use a single service.

      Edit: Had success with Gangs of New York and Lord of War on CinemaNow D2D, got unrecognized disc on Crank and Sin City

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        Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

        You can do D2D on CinemaNow and watch it on Vudu in HDX if CinemaNow has it on their website available in HD and Vudu hasn't in HDX with the UV logo. I converted The Hangover Part 2 to HDX using CinemaNow's D2D using the DVD and it showed up instantly. I will use Walmart for movies that I have the Blu-ray of until CinemaNow supports Blu-ray's or if it isn't on Vudu's D2D list but on CinemaNow's list.

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          Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

          Requiem for A Dream works, but only SD. The Last Exorcism worked too in HD. Both are Lionsgate titles.

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            Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

            Originally posted by D2DGUY View Post
            An updated list of available titles was posted today. It's accessible from a link on this page:

            http://www.cinemanow.com/disctodigital
            I tried dark tide - does not recognize the disk at all.
            Does not recognize any dual dvds either. Like Hollowman + hollowman 2
            or Fortress 2. I've had some luck getting the first movie but it didn't even give me either on those dual disks

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              Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

              It's hit and miss with double and triple feature DVDs. I had two that wouldn't work and another where I was able to convert only one of the two titles. I had Walmart handle these for me.

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                Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                Is there still a limit of 25 conversions?

                My CC Company did a fraud check after about 12 transactions, but I cleared it and did another 13. I don't want to try a 26th because if it works and no further ones do, I want a specific movie, which I am waiting on to be delivered from BB.com.

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                  Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                  Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
                  Is there still a limit of 25 conversions?

                  My CC Company did a fraud check after about 12 transactions, but I cleared it and did another 13. I don't want to try a 26th because if it works and no further ones do, I want a specific movie, which I am waiting on to be delivered from BB.com.
                  I ran into that problem too. I think they need to come up with a way to do ask how many we're going to convert, do a single preauthorization, and do a single settlement with our bank when we finish.

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                    Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                    Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
                    Is there still a limit of 25 conversions?

                    My CC Company did a fraud check after about 12 transactions, but I cleared it and did another 13. I don't want to try a 26th because if it works and no further ones do, I want a specific movie, which I am waiting on to be delivered from BB.com.
                    I've done over thirty. It appears the 25 limit is for doing that many too quickly that locks the system down. Spreading out purchases allows more than twenty five. I did 10, waited 24 hours, and did another set, etc.

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                      Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                      Originally posted by Blurayfan View Post
                      I've done over thirty. It appears the 25 limit is for doing that many too quickly that locks the system down. Spreading out purchases allows more than twenty five. I did 10, waited 24 hours, and did another set, etc.
                      Yes. I've done more than 25, but they were spread out over the weeks since it began.

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                        Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                        Thanks all,

                        Originally posted by tfisher View Post
                        I ran into that problem too. I think they need to come up with a way to do ask how many we're going to convert, do a single preauthorization, and do a single settlement with our bank when we finish.
                        I suppose using a giftcard might serve a similar function, but I agree that a shopping cart of some sort makes sense. They do that on the website, you can pirxhase multiple movies in one go, so maybe they could just have them add to cart instead of auto-charging.

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                          Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                          Woo-hoo! With the last software update, the CinemaNow app is finally recognizing DVDs on my MacBook Pro!

                          But it insists my Extended Edition versions of the LOTR movies are the "Special Extended Edition" (from the thumbnail and info I am sure it is incorrect), and says that one is not available for D2D. DOH!

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                            Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                            Originally posted by MaxH View Post
                            Woo-hoo! With the last software update, the CinemaNow app is finally recognizing DVDs on my MacBook Pro!

                            But it insists my Extended Edition versions of the LOTR movies are the "Special Extended Edition" (from the thumbnail and info I am sure it is incorrect), and says that one is not available for D2D. DOH!
                            It seems to not be good at telling versions apart. It says a few of my extended editions (the Town, Harry Potter) are the theatrical. I've had a few unrated editions come up with the rated version even though according to the list both versions are available.

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                              Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                              Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
                              It seems to not be good at telling versions apart. It says a few of my extended editions (the Town, Harry Potter) are the theatrical. I've had a few unrated editions come up with the rated version even though according to the list both versions are available.
                              As discussed elsewhere, this is fairly common with Vudu, as well.
                              Edit: Rather, you have to be careful which version you select (the Wal-Mart employees don't care, so you 'can' pick whichever version you want). With respect to some other things such as Aspect ratio and Audio tracks, you get what you get.

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                                Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                                Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
                                As discussed elsewhere, this is fairly common with Vudu, as well.
                                Really? I've never had a problem getting the correct version through Walmart. At least not with the movies I've done. I have both versions of a lot of movies. King Kong, Donnie darko, all of The Lord of the rings movies, watchmen, etc. you have to take the movies twice, but the vudu d2d system works fine at giving me the version I asked for. Ill probably take my The Town disc in there to get the extended version.

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