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    #16
    Re: Disney Ultraviolet

    http://www.technologytell.com/homete...ent-next-week/

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      #17
      Re: Disney Ultraviolet

      They added them to Vudu now to buy

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        #18
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        Originally posted by Cantil View Post
        They added them to Vudu now to buy
        What?

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          #19
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          Originally posted by asumovieman View Post
          What?
          Some titles that were rent only now have Vudu purchase option. Nothing is still UV so it's only viewable in Vudu which is fine with me.

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            #20
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            One date they could announce is May 1st the day after the old Disney Vault closes. Anyone want to hazard a guess?

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              #21
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              Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post
              Some titles that were rent only now have Vudu purchase option. Nothing is still UV so it's only viewable in Vudu which is fine with me.
              So you don't own many Disney movies? It's not fine with me that the only way I can watch a Disney movie, that I already own, in the cloud is to buy it a second time. I may buy new Disney movies on Vudu, but I will not buy a movie I already own on Vudu. I will wait for Disney to get with the program and make their movies available for D2D or continue to power up the DVD or Blu-ray player when we want to watch one of their movies.

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                #22
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                Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
                So you don't own many Disney movies? It's not fine with me that the only way I can watch a Disney movie, that I already own, in the cloud is to buy it a second time. I may buy new Disney movies on Vudu, but I will not buy a movie I already own on Vudu. I will wait for Disney to get with the program and make their movies available for D2D or continue to power up the DVD or Blu-ray player when we want to watch one of their movies.
                Here, here.

                Well put.
                All though if a movie gets released and I like it enough to buy, it will be on Blu-ray/combo set. That will be my first choice. I will not just purchase a Disney movie on Vudu alone.

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                  #23
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                  Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
                  So you don't own many Disney movies? It's not fine with me that the only way I can watch a Disney movie, that I already own, in the cloud is to buy it a second time. I may buy new Disney movies on Vudu, but I will not buy a movie I already own on Vudu. I will wait for Disney to get with the program and make their movies available for D2D or continue to power up the DVD or Blu-ray player when we want to watch one of their movies.
                  I stated that in purchasing Disney titles on Vudu they were only Vudu playable and not UV so they could only be viewed on Vudu players and not Flixster or Cinema now and I was ok with watching them on Vudu players. I mentioned nothing about buying titles on Blu-Ray and them not coming with UV / Vudu copies, or already having DVD or Blu-Ray's and not being able to D2D them. What doe's my previous comment have anything to do with your response?

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                    #24
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                    Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post
                    I stated that in purchasing Disney titles on Vudu...What doe's my previous comment have anything to do with your response?
                    Ah, yes you did. See your quote in my previous thread. Talking about Disney titles, you stated that:

                    Some titles that were rent only now have Vudu purchase option. Nothing is still UV so it's only viewable in Vudu which is fine with me.
                    Are you saying that you didn't mean to say that it is fine with you that we only have the option to buy or rent Disney movies on Vudu? ...because that is what you said and that is what I disagree with.

                    Don't get me wrong, I don't have a problem with you being okay with buying Disney movies or anyone else who doesn't own a bunch of Disney movies. I just disagree with Disney not joining UV and making their video library available for D2D so we can convert our video library to digital. In other words I am opposed to the idea that in order to watch a movie that we already own we must buy it again. I think Disney is holding out just to see if people will buy digital copies from VUDU, Amazon, or some other company.

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                      #25
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                      This is just my opinion but Disney knows they have consumers by the balls. They will never join Ultraviolet because they know people will buy what they sell on their terms (see Apple). Disney is all about money in the Apple mode and letting people D2D for $2 and $5 is not enough for them. I say this because I live near Disneyland and my cousin works there. The place is absolutely packed every day no matter how much they charge for parking, admission, gifts, food, etc.

                      Haven't you ever noticed blu-ray/DVD only combo packs don't include digital copies. There's a price increase if you want to have digital copies also. I bought Brave recently and just noticed the combo pack didn't include a digital copy. If you buy the 3D version it includes the digital copy, of course this is more money. Now granted Disney could just charge $10 and $15 for D2D if they joined UV which I seriously doubt.

                      ...but bottom line is people will pay what Disney wants, period end of story!

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                        #26
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                        I think they could join UltraViolet, but never offer D2D. That should not be the deal-breaker. They could offer UV upgrades on their own site for whatever the market will pay. I suspect they have some leverage on the terms to get them into the program.

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                          #27
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                          Originally posted by tsken02 View Post
                          I think they could join UltraViolet, but never offer D2D. That should not be the deal-breaker. They could offer UV upgrades on their own site for whatever the market will pay. I suspect they have some leverage on the terms to get them into the program.

                          Here is the problem I face as a Walt Disney Video Distribution executive...

                          I want to stay current with market trends. All my competing studios are releasing combo packs with UV redemption codes. I only have the ability to put an iTunes logo on my combo packs. This is a problem for me, since I am not keeping up with market trends.

                          I think this situation alone will be what drives the rat-hatters to adopt UV soon.

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                            #28
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                            Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                            Here is the problem I face as a Walt Disney Video Distribution executive...

                            I want to stay current with market trends. All my competing studios are releasing combo packs with UV redemption codes. I only have the ability to put an iTunes logo on my combo packs. This is a problem for me, since I am not keeping up with market trends.

                            I think this situation alone will be what drives the rat-hatters to adopt UV soon.
                            I see your point but if it happens they will be the absolute last major studio to do so. That means MGM has to be first and there are no signs of that happening anytime soon (years from now?). I'm also noticing the trend towards re-releasing blu's with UV codes (Fast and Furious comes to mind). I'm thinking new D2D titles will be fewer and far between as you can see currently.

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                              #29
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                              Originally posted by MoWeb View Post
                              I see your point but if it happens they will be the absolute last major studio to do so. That means MGM has to be first and there are no signs of that happening anytime soon (years from now?). I'm also noticing the trend towards re-releasing blu's with UV codes (Fast and Furious comes to mind). I'm thinking new D2D titles will be fewer and far between as you can see currently.

                              Pick a retail store. Walk down the movie aisle. Purple UV logo on all the combo packs except for the Disney ones.

                              Believe me, they know this fact. They will not want to hurt their video brand name by being left behind. It makes too much money for the company for their pride to get in the way. They just simply need to stay current with market trends.

                              They are trying to team with WalMart to offer Vudu redeptions in lue of UV. To me, that is indication the decision has been made and they are doing the WalMart/Vudu solution as stop gap measure. However, if I buy a Disney DVD Combo Pack at Target... Well, I will let you play that out to see what the Disney executive will be thinking....

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                                #30
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                                Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                                They are trying to team with WalMart to offer Vudu redeptions in lue of UV. To me, that is indication the decision has been made and they are doing the WalMart/Vudu solution as stop gap measure. However, if I buy a Disney DVD Combo Pack at Target... Well, I will let you play that out to see what the Disney executive will be thinking....
                                I didn't know this. I stopped buying Disney movies (last was Brave) because of the lack of UV. If the Wally World discs have Vudu rights then no more Amazon for me. At least the UV rights will be apply upon their acceptance of the UV standard. Thanks for this bit of knowledge.

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