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    #31
    Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

    I've had 3 movies come in SD when I paid HD so far. Jesus Christ Superstar, Bad Moon and Godzilla. They seem to be getting better at responding to emails. I got 3 separate emails today. 1 apologizing for the delays in responding and 2 further with codes to redeem to fix my problems. Hopefully they will just give me 3 codes for my 3 bad D2D. It's a much better deal that way. I can just take my movies to Walmart whereas the codes are good for any HD movie including new releases.

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      #32
      Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

      Hey does this let you use Credit from you CN account?

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        #33
        Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

        And what software is required... I'm at work so I can't play with it

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          #34
          Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

          Originally posted by NWRushing View Post
          Hey does this let you use Credit from you CN account?
          Yes.

          Originally posted by NWRushing View Post
          And what software is required... I'm at work so I can't play with it
          The CinemaNow software which can be downloaded from their site.

          http://www.cinemanow.com/#disc_to_digital

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            #35
            Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

            Sounds like the going over the 25 title limit is a bug. Gonna have to get moving on converting my discs before they figure that one out. Probably not monitoring over the weekend since it's a holiday at the beginning of the week.

            Q. When you buy the HD titles, and they show up as SD on CinemaNow are they also showing up in SD on UltraViolet and on Vudu? Kind of a pain to have to check the web site to see if they are selling it there in HD, but I guess that will work.

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              #36
              Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

              *update

              I can no longer add movies. It is saying "Failure to purchase" on everything. seems 24/26 is the limit =(

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                #37
                Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                Well I was able to convert my DVDs of "Cinderella Man" and "The Pianist" successfully along with "Inglorious Basterds" (had to use the DVD for that one too since Blu-Ray isn't supported yet), but for some reason I can't convert my DVD of Casablanca (the one that comes in the Blu-Ray box set).

                I can't wait till they get Blu-Ray compatibility for this. Vudu had better do the same if they want to keep our business.

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                  #38
                  Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                  so yeh is this only dvd's only because none of my blu rays work so walmart still is better because im not paying 5 bucks for hd

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                    #39
                    Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                    Originally posted by kopitarrulez View Post
                    so yeh is this only dvd's only because none of my blu rays work so walmart still is better because im not paying 5 bucks for hd
                    I didn't want my limited edition Harry Potter discs to get stamped, so this is great. I just needed HP 7.1 and finally got it on UV HD today. I prefer this at home service, hope they expand it. Btw are the discs limited to one redemption? I have no plans to share discs but wonder if people can abuse this.

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                      #40
                      Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                      Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
                      I didn't want my limited edition Harry Potter discs to get stamped, so this is great. I just needed HP 7.1 and finally got it on UV HD today. I prefer this at home service, hope they expand it. Btw are the discs limited to one redemption? I have no plans to share discs but wonder if people can abuse this.
                      Stamp is easily removed. I've removed dozens of them after Walmart stamped my disc. This D2D-Home conversion will not be able to stop multiple redemptions. The more a single disc is used still puts money and profits in CinemaNow's pockets. IMO, they are not concerned.

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                        #41
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                        Originally posted by OSUGrad2X View Post
                        Well i tried on my Mac and out of the 5 dvds, it would let me convert 2 (Pulp Fiction and Vertical Limit) to HD for $5, 1 was identified as a burned copy (Snatch) and the other two were identified as not able to be converted even though they were on the list and the movie poster shows up with a UV logo next to it (Reservoir Dogs and Dusk till Dawn).
                        Dusk till Dawn is not on the CinemaNow_Disc_To_Digital_Titles_121912.pdf that I have.

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                          #42
                          Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                          Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
                          I didn't want my limited edition Harry Potter discs to get stamped, so this is great. I just needed HP 7.1 and finally got it on UV HD today. I prefer this at home service, hope they expand it. Btw are the discs limited to one redemption? I have no plans to share discs but wonder if people can abuse this.
                          There is always a possibility. However, the studios can get smarter and might include a different disc id or rental code for rental discs. In fact they could probably already detect the rental only discs that are used by Neflix, Blockbuster, and RedBox. However, for certain titles the rental companies have the exact same disc as the retail release.

                          This doesn't stop people from sharing the disc between friends and family but it would stop the rent, D2D, return.

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                            #43
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                            But you can buy Red box movies after a certain time period right? So if you do that and want to then convert it that would be a bad deal if they cut rental's out.

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                              #44
                              Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                              Originally posted by ydkjman View Post
                              But you can buy Red box movies after a certain time period right? So if you do that and want to then convert it that would be a bad deal if they cut rental's out.
                              Yes, but the studios provide "rental" discs at a much lower cost, pennies on the dollar (at cost), to rental companies compared to the standard wholesale cost for a retail release. They do this in exchange for a percentage of each rental. They don't want those cheap discs to be sold to consumers since they don't make any money on them.

                              On the other hand, RedBox has been known to purchase retail releases for their machines.

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                                #45
                                Re: CinemaNow and Rovi launch beta at home D2D service

                                I added "The Lincoln Laywer" to my account on just a hunch, and it worked great! It isn't on the list, but it's in my UV account now =D

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