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    I thought I remember reading something about ALL D2D titles will be UV compatible. Am I mistaken? I am just wondering as I just did D2D on Dodgeball and Taken and those are the only ones from the 19 I just did that aren't showing UV on vudu or showing in my uvvu.com account. Anyone got any info?

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    Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

    Originally posted by bjeong1381 View Post
    I thought I remember reading something about ALL D2D titles will be UV compatible. Am I mistaken? I am just wondering as I just did D2D on Dodgeball and Taken and those are the only ones from the 19 I just did that aren't showing UV on vudu or showing in my uvvu.com account. Anyone got any info?
    If they had UV on them @ Cinemanow or you converted at Walmart they will show in Vudu

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      Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

      Originally posted by bjeong1381 View Post
      I thought I remember reading something about ALL D2D titles will be UV compatible. Am I mistaken? I am just wondering as I just did D2D on Dodgeball and Taken and those are the only ones from the 19 I just did that aren't showing UV on vudu or showing in my uvvu.com account. Anyone got any info?
      Looks like the theatrical versions are UV but the extended/director's cuts aren't. Which do you have on VUDU now for these? I can bring this up to see what's going on...

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        Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

        Originally posted by Jake View Post
        Looks like the theatrical versions are UV but the extended/director's cuts aren't. Which do you have on VUDU now for these? I can bring this up to see what's going on...
        It doesn't look like either movie is available for UV currently.

        Taken (Extended Cut) [hdx]
        http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...n-Extended-Cut

        Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (Unrated) [hdx]
        http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...-Story-Unrated

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          Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

          Originally posted by dhatman View Post
          It doesn't look like either movie is available for UV currently.

          Taken (Extended Cut) [hdx]
          http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...n-Extended-Cut

          Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (Unrated) [hdx]
          http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...-Story-Unrated
          Where did he say they were extended versions? lol I must have missed that Taken and Dodgeball show up as UV, cinemanow doesn't give you extended or unrated anything as far as I can tell.

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            Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

            I'm taking Dodgeball in tonight, will report back if it shows on UV.

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              Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

              Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
              I'm taking Dodgeball in tonight, will report back if it shows on UV.
              Well looks like there are 2 versions on d2d vudu one is UV one is not so I guess it's up to which one you pick from the list.

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                Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                I did dodgeball the other day and it shows up on Vudu but I did it at Wal-Mart and there is no UV on mine because its the Unrated version. It does show up on vudu thou but there is no UV beside it.

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                  Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                  Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
                  I'm taking Dodgeball in tonight, will report back if it shows on UV.
                  The theatrical version should show up in UV.

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                    Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                    I've had one movie that Vudu does not say is UV show up on Vudu after I took it to Walmart. The Watchmen Director's Cut. If you log out of Vudu and look at it there is no UV symbol, but it's on the Vudu D2D search engine. Once I took it in the UV symbol appeared. These movies might be the same thing.

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                      Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                      I going to take my Blu-ray of Taken tomorrow and D2D it as the extended cut. I will report the in case it doesn't show up on my Ultra-Violet account.

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                        Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                        Originally posted by DanielH View Post
                        It doesn't look like either movie is available for UV currently.

                        Taken (Extended Cut) [hdx]
                        http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...n-Extended-Cut

                        Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (Unrated) [hdx]
                        http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...-Story-Unrated
                        Hi guys, I actually took both of these titles Taken Extended and Dodge Ball Extended to Walmart on Saturday and got them through D2D but they do not have UV badges. I have Robin Hood Prince of thieves Extended same thing on the D2D list but no UV badge. Lethal Weapon 2 and 3 also have the same issue.

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                          Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                          I have Taken and on the UV website it shows an image of the DVD that says "Taken Extended Cut" but the description just says "Taken".

                          Their image looks like the Theatrical image, but with "Extended Cut" just below the word "Taken". I am pretty sure that when I added Taken it was the Theatrical version of the movie.

                          Then there is Taken 2...it's UV but the Unrated version is not.

                          Makes no sense to me why one version would be UV and the other wouldn't.

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                            Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                            Originally posted by mike568 View Post
                            I going to take my Blu-ray of Taken tomorrow and D2D it as the extended cut. I will report the in case it doesn't show up on my Ultra-Violet account.
                            I am not going to make it to Wal-mart today due to the weather in the DFW area. Also I am afraid that if I go to Wal-mart the person in the photo center may have called in. I may go to tomorrow weather dependent.

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                              Re: disc to digital uv compatible?

                              Originally posted by bjeong1381 View Post
                              I thought I remember reading something about ALL D2D titles will be UV compatible. Am I mistaken? I am just wondering as I just did D2D on Dodgeball and Taken and those are the only ones from the 19 I just did that aren't showing UV on vudu or showing in my uvvu.com account. Anyone got any info?
                              http://www.vudu.com/disc_to_digital.html -?All Disc-to-Digital titles and movies you own on VUDU will now be UltraViolet compatible.
                              Disc to Digital is an UltraViolet program backed by many of the world's leading entertainment and technology companies and offered by Walmart. Creating a free UltraViolet account is a necessary step to initiate the Disc-to-Digital program.?
                              All D2D are supposed to have UltraViolet rights but strangely it looks like a few don?t.

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