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What about digital to digital?

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  • canadien37
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Originally posted by Jake View Post
    Some people have successfully brought in HD-DVDs and had them converted in the past... worth a shot

    http://forum.vudu.com/showthread.php?t=124731

    Thanks Jake.....

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  • Jake
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    Originally posted by canadien37 View Post
    Gee, all this talk about VHS to digital, why can't HD-DVD get some love??? Just sayin'
    Some people have successfully brought in HD-DVDs and had them converted in the past... worth a shot

    http://forum.vudu.com/showthread.php?t=124731

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  • tfisher
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
    except when you say "...I guess we will have to keep using Amazon.com...
    I just want to set the record straight, again. I only speak for myself (and my family). The use of the English word "we" in my post was in reference to my household. It's important keep all words in context. Of course, I guess I was wrong for assuming everyone else would know that I was speaking for my entire household since I control our Vudu, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and other accounts.

    I feel like an English teacher here...

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  • canadien37
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Thanks for all the responses to my HD-DVD dilemma......I'll take them under advisement...

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  • jeffpn
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Originally posted by nyunole View Post
    Oh, and I've D2D'd many HD-DVD's at my local Wal-Mart. Don't recall if I listed them as bluray or DVD.
    bluray would be $2. DVD would be $5.

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  • nyunole
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Interesting thread.

    This is Hollywood. If D2D was some runaway success, they'd follow up with a VHS, Laserdisc, D-VHS, Betamax, whatever sequel.

    Oh, and I've D2D'd many HD-DVD's at my local Wal-Mart. Don't recall if I listed them as bluray or DVD.

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  • madmod20061
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
    As untrained as WalMart employees still are on D2D, that'd probably work.
    From personal experience it will.

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  • jeffpn
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    As untrained as WalMart employees still are on D2D, that'd probably work.

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  • mike568
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Originally posted by canadien37 View Post
    Gee, all this talk about VHS to digital, why can't HD-DVD get some love??? Just sayin'
    If I were you I would add the movie that you own on HD-DVD as a Blu-ray on Vudu.com and see if the Wal-mart employee notices. They may charge you DVD rates if they wanted to count it as a DVD. YMMV

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  • jeffpn
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    Re: What about digital to digital?

    Originally posted by canadien37 View Post
    Gee, all this talk about VHS to digital, why can't HD-DVD get some love??? Just sayin'
    That would be alot more likely, at least given that that is a recent technology that lost the format war.

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  • canadien37
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    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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  • jeffpn
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    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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  • tfisher
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    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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  • swiss21
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    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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  • mike568
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    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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