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    #46
    Re: What about digital to digital?

    I am likeing your suddenly optimistic attitude though lol

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      #47
      Re: What about digital to digital?

      It's not sudden. You're just starting to come around, that's all!!

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        #48
        Re: What about digital to digital?

        If you say so...

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          #49
          Re: What about digital to digital?

          Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
          Now if you'll excuse me, I have to continue waiting (a half hour so far) for someone at Walmart who knows how to do disc to digital so I can get out of here.
          If it makes you feel any better, I had to wait almost a half hour today for someone who could find a TV in the back stockroom

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            #50
            Re: What about digital to digital?

            It turned into an hour before he got me taken care of, and another 20 minutes talking to the store manager about how I knew more about entering customer information then the associates did. I asked for a $20 gift card, since I converted 4 DVDs. She gave me a $10 store credit card. She assured me she'd see to it that everyone knew how to do D2D. I think I've already converted all of the DVDs I care to convert anyway.

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              #51
              Re: What about digital to digital?

              Originally posted by tfisher View Post
              Jake,
              Thanks for posting...could you help me understand why it would be difficult to allow us to take in a copy of a VHS tape or show proof that we own a digital copy on Amazon.com instead of a DVD. A person at Walmart can verify that just as easily as they can a DVD. As long as the movie is on D2D then I simply don't understand why the format should matter.

              Walmart only cares that we own the movie.
              Actually, my point was it doesn't really matter what Walmart/VUDU cares about, it's what the studios agree to. UV, D2D, purchase vs. rental, SD/HD, etc - VUDU can only offer what the studios license. And personally I think they *have* come a long way from the old "please buy every new format that comes out" to joining UltraViolet and even better, allowing D2D (except for George Lucas, maybe )

              Anyway, lack of interest in "VHS to digital" is just my opinion, but it would definitely be a lot more effort (software changes, contracts, marketing, training, etc) than just showing a Walmart employee a videotape

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                #52
                Re: What about digital to digital?

                Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
                I asked for a $20 gift card, since I converted 4 DVDs.
                I could easily throw some of your same comments you have used on me back at you for asking a company to do something for you. But, instead I will point out that you were a good Walmart customer for doing so.

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                  #53
                  Re: What about digital to digital?

                  Originally posted by Jake View Post
                  Actually, my point was it doesn't really matter what Walmart/VUDU cares about, it's what the studios agree to.
                  So what you are saying is that you "think" that the contracts with the studios actually spell it out in language that limits us to DVDs and Bluerays? I was hoping that the wording might allow us to read into it 'convert movies' instead of 'convert DVDs or Bluerays'.

                  Thanks for the reply...I guess we will have to keep using Amazon.com and the kids will have to keep remembering to rewind.

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                    #54
                    Re: What about digital to digital?

                    Originally posted by tfisher View Post
                    I could easily throw some of your same comments you have used on me back at you for asking a company to do something for you. But, instead I will point out that you were a good Walmart customer for doing so.
                    You just absolutely refuse to listen to what I have to say, don't you? Once again (and I'll type it real slow so you can follow) - I never said that you shouldn't make requests for things you'd like to see. My point is that suggesting, inferring, thinking (I know you're big on semantics, I'm trying to cover my bases) that your idea will be/could be/should be profitable/beneficial to Vudu is completely pointless. Vudu (and ever other company on the planet) doesn't care what your thoughts on how profitable your ideas would be to implement. They have the resources and the data themselves to determine how profitible your (or any customer's) ideas may be. If they think they're worth implementing, they'll do so. In short: make your suggestions. Don't tell them why they're worth implenting. They make that decision, not customers.

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                      #55
                      Re: What about digital to digital?

                      Originally posted by tfisher View Post
                      I guess we will have to keep using Amazon.com and the kids will have to keep remembering to rewind.
                      Speak for yourself. I'll keep using Vudu, thank you very much.

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                        #56
                        Re: What about digital to digital?

                        When Amazon adds Ultra-Violet support hopefully when you buy a Blu-ray or DVD sold and shipped from Amazon.com that is on the D2D list you can choose to add it your Ultra-Violet account at the same costs as Walmart/Vudu.

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                          #57
                          Re: What about digital to digital?

                          Originally posted by mike568 View Post
                          When Amazon adds Ultra-Violet support hopefully when you buy a Blu-ray or DVD sold and shipped from Amazon.com that is on the D2D list you can choose to add it your Ultra-Violet account at the same costs as Walmart/Vudu.
                          There is a chance they will authenticate all of your past purchases instantly, thus no need to send in or use the discs. Amazon is in a unique situation since they keep track of every purchase made since day one. I sure hope so, would make D2D much easier.

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                            #58
                            Re: What about digital to digital?

                            Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
                            Speak for yourself. I'll keep using Vudu, thank you very much.
                            I always speak for myself.

                            I will also keep using Vudu, but what I said was that I will continue to use Amazon...why? Because I cannot pull my movies over to Vudu, at least not without having to buy the same movies twice.

                            And please stop trying to tell everyone that we should stop making comments about how things would help a company. My comments simply don't have a thing to do with you. There is absolutly nothing wrong with pointing out the merits of a good idea.

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                              #59
                              Re: What about digital to digital?

                              Originally posted by tfisher View Post
                              I always speak for myself.
                              except when you say
                              Originally posted by tfisher
                              ...I guess we will have to keep using Amazon.com
                              Originally posted by tfisher
                              There is absolutly nothing wrong with pointing out the merits of a good idea.
                              There is absolutely nothing wrong with yelling at the TV either. That is equally ineffective.

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                                #60
                                Re: What about digital to digital?

                                Gee, all this talk about VHS to digital, why can't HD-DVD get some love??? Just sayin'

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