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Loving the D2D on Vudu

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    Loving the D2D on Vudu

    Thanks for bringing the D2D service into the home Vudu! Anytime I can click a button on my remote to watch a movie and not have to handle a disc, I'm a happy camper.

    My experience has been great to far. I like that you can convert multiple discs without having to checkout each time. I even got my Breakfast Club DVD upgraded to HDX for only $2 as standard def was not available for this movie.

    I watch all my movies that I have on disc from an LG BD690 blu-ray player and going down the road, I would love to be able to do D2D from this device.

    Keep up the great work Vudu! I'm excited to see what the future holds!

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    Can you download movies to that device?

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      Yes, it has a 250gb hard drive.

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        Originally posted by chmorgan View Post
        Thanks for bringing the D2D service into the home Vudu! Anytime I can click a button on my remote to watch a movie and not have to handle a disc, I'm a happy camper.

        My experience has been great to far. I like that you can convert multiple discs without having to checkout each time. I even got my Breakfast Club DVD upgraded to HDX for only $2 as standard def was not available for this movie.

        I watch all my movies that I have on disc from an LG BD690 blu-ray player and going down the road, I would love to be able to do D2D from this device.

        Keep up the great work Vudu! I'm excited to see what the future holds!

        I love this service too. I can not say how long I wanted my home entertainment accessible from a remote. Vudu really has made this technology, which was once only available to the super rich, available to the masses.

        If I had wanted to upgrade a VHS tape to DVD, there was no way to do so provided to me by the studios. Same if I wanted to upgrade a DVD to Bluray.

        However, if I want to convert my physical media into a cloud based streaming service which will play back @ 1080p, I need only surrender a nominal amount ($2.00 for lateral & $5.00 for DVD to HDX). Plus, I have a turn key solution to my age long dream of accessing my entertainment media from the remote..

        WOW!

        If I wanted to DIY the project, I would need to rip each title, and stream it in my home network from a media server and keep enough hard drive space available. That is a lot of time, effort, and money. Instead, I would gladly surrender $2->$5 for a professional service to to this for me and not have to worry about in-home equipment. Also, god forbid I would ever have a hardware failure erase all my efforts. $2->$5 sounds just fine instead, thank you very mucho.....

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