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    Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

    http://news.walmart.com/news-archive...favorite-films

    #2
    Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

    Thanks for the info!

    This sounds like more good news. We'll still need Walmart for those double and triple feature movies.

    While I like some of the features Walmart put into their Facebook App, I don't like the fact that they use Facebook since we do not use Facebook

    I still see no mention of having access to a list of disc to digital titles. It's a hastle to have to check each title one by one every couple of months to see if any have been added! I hope CinamaNow is going to keep theirs update to date.

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      #3
      Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

      Great news!

      I was literally about to leave for Walmart with new batch of DVD's not on CinemaNow's list. Now I guess I can wait.

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        #4
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        Originally posted by sbuberl View Post
        I was literally about to leave for Walmart with new batch of DVD's not on CinemaNow's list. Now I guess I can wait.
        I guess this means you're going to give it a try? Let us know how it works. I may give it a try tomorrow...I have 1 DVD left to convert.

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          #5
          Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

          I have not been able to find the app yet. Their communication says to go to "http://www.VUDU.com" but I get redirected to "http://www.vudu.com/movies/#" and I cannot find the app anywhere on this site.

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            #6
            Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

            You should have read the whole article to get the details. But I'll post the relevant info for you. The facebook app won't launch until mid Febuary. The Vudu-to-Go app won't launch until the end of this month.

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              #7
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              Originally posted by echopulse View Post
              You should have read the whole article to get the details. But I'll post the relevant info for you. The facebook app won't launch until mid Febuary. The Vudu-to-Go app won't launch until the end of this month.
              Okay, I missed that in all my excitement. It just said that we "need to simply take the following steps" so that is what I was trying to do. They should have said that we "will need to" and not "need to".

              Still, this sounds like good news.

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                #8
                Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

                I would still run into the problem that I would have if I used Cinemanow's serivce. I don't have a Blu-ray player to be able to use this serivce to only have to pay $2 for the HD ver. So I will still take my movies into the store.

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                  #9
                  Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

                  This news is so exciting that I got a stiffie!

                  So once I download the Vudu to go app to my computer, i can get my DVDs and Blu-rays d2d'd. How does the app know that I have the blu-ray disc or DVD disc? My computer does not have a blu-ray drive.

                  What is the actual procedure to make this at home D2D system work? Step by step instructions were not mentioned aside from downloading the app. Will it work with ipads or iphones?

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                    #10
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                    Originally posted by nycomet View Post
                    This news is so exciting that I got a stiffie!

                    So once I downlad the Vudu to go app to my computer, i can get my DVDs and Blu-rays d2d'd. How does the app know that I have the blu-ray disc or DVD disc? My computer does not have a blu-ray drive.

                    What is the actual procedure to make this at home D2D system work? Step by step instructions were not mentioned aside from downloading the app. Will it work with ipads or iphones?
                    I like you don't have a Blu-ray drive in my computer. The program should be able to tell that the disc is a DVD or Blu-ray and charge you accordingly. Maybe Vudu could allow the PS3 and other Blu-ray players to do D2D also instead of just computers.

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                      #11
                      Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

                      Originally posted by nycomet View Post
                      This news is so exciting that I got a stiffie!

                      So once I downlad the Vudu to go app to my computer, i can get my DVDs and Blu-rays d2d'd. How does the app know that I have the blu-ray disc or DVD disc? My computer does not have a blu-ray drive.

                      What is the actual procedure to make this at home D2D system work? Step by step instructions were not mentioned aside from downloading the app. Will it work with ipads or iphones?
                      Based on the description in the article, it sounds like it'll be similar to the CinemaNow version which means you'll need a DVD or Blu-ray drive (can be an external drive if don't have one now I imagine). You would search for the movie in the Vudu To Go app in the D2D tab/section (once it exists). Then it'll probably prompt you to insert the disc, and it will verify it. Or it may end up like CinemaNow's where it recognizes the disc automatically and no searching required. Then you can pick SD/HD and then purchase. Then it gets added to your UV account.

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                        #12
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                        Originally posted by sbuberl View Post
                        Based on the description in the article, it sounds like it'll be similar to the CinemaNow version which means you'll need a DVD or Blu-ray drive (can be an external drive if don't have one now I imagine). You would search for the movie in the Vudu To Go app in the D2D tab/section (once it exists). Then it'll probably prompt you to insert the disc, and it will verify it. Or it may end up like CinemaNow's where it recognizes the disc automatically and no searching required. Then you can pick SD/HD and then purchase. Then it gets added to your UV account.
                        Thanks for describing the procedure. I don't think it will work for me as my Mac is older and doesn't run apps - and I do not have a computer blu-ray drive. So that means I still have to visit the minions at Walmart to give me D2D service.

                        Too bad the app cannot work on a wifi equipped blu-ray player or on the PS3. If only it could work on iphone using the camera to scan the disc. BUMMER!

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                          #13
                          Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

                          Won't be of any use to me until other studios such as MGM start participating.

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                            #14
                            Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

                            Originally posted by lujan View Post
                            Won't be of any use to me until other studios such as MGM start participating.
                            Per the other thread, MGM seems to be participating because they are mentioned in the press release.

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                              #15
                              Re: Walmart New Disc-to-Digital In-Home Service

                              Is it possible to merge the two threads?

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