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    FattyMoBookyButt, will you be updating this list?

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      This was just posted over on The VUDU Blog (https://blog.vudu.com/) a couple days ago. I don't know if this is really the first time these films are available on D2D, but I thought folks would want to know, both about this short list and the Blog:

      Girls Trip
      CULT OF CHUCKY (Unrated)
      Kidnap
      The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature
      Evil Dead
      Atomic Blonde
      Don?t Worry He Won?t Get Far on Foot
      Black Sails Seasons 1-4 Collection
      Ash vs. Evil Dead Seasons 1-3
      Whitney
      Down a Dark Hall
      I Am Vengeance
      Twilight
      Twilight: New Moon
      Twilight: Eclipse
      Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1
      Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2
      The Spy Who Dumped Me
      Reprisal
      BUFFY the vampire slayer (Movie)
      HOME ALONE 1-2 Double feature
      HOME ALONE 1-5 COLLection
      HOME ALONE 25th anniversary edition
      MIRACLE on 34th STreet
      STEP
      Planet of the apes 1-3 TRILOGY
      WAR for the planet of the apes
      Batman V Superman ? Man of Steel 2 pack
      It
      The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Extended Edition)

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        Well, Leatherface is listed above, but Vudu states the UPC is not recognized when I used D2D... There are so many titles that do not work, I have like 300 movies and most of them are not accepted sadly..I have A LOT of movies on my vudu already, so I'm not gonna whine too much. BUT! I am sad that Disney doesn't participate with D2D since their movies are a pretty penny to buy. I really wanted to add my POTC collection and some older Disney movies like : The Gnome Mobile, Darby O'Gill and the Little people and Candleshoe. Oh well, I'm grateful for this service in the first place. Peace Out!

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          Originally posted by Lu10ntDn View Post
          This was just posted over on The VUDU Blog (https://blog.vudu.com/) a couple days ago. I don't know if this is really the first time these films are available on D2D, but I thought folks would want to know, both about this short list and the Blog:

          ...
          Whitney
          I just tried to D2D this title, and it didn't work. Also doesn't show as eligible on http://www.vudu.com/disc. So then I went back to the blog post in question (https://blog.vudu.com/new-titles-on-...al-this-month/) and it looks like "Whitney" is no longer included there, either. I wonder what happened?

          Bummer.

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            Is there somewhere I can find out if a title is eligible or not?

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              Originally posted by laz305 View Post
              Is there somewhere I can find out if a title is eligible or not?

              Search in the middle of this page:
              https://www.vudu.com/content/disc_to_digital.html

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                The only way for D2D to work for me is..Whenever the friggin company feels generous! lol! J/K But it really does feel like that ! A lot of the time, I just try everything else as long as it's NOT: Disney. (without DL codes of course). But, I can even DL some of my old dvds. You just gotta have patience and try everything! But like I said, don't bother with ANYTHING Disney, and if you look online Disney does MAKE a lot of other movies besides singing forest animals,, Animation & movies for children, anything ..for example, the horror movie Stay Alive is a Disney movie..which sux becuz I wanted to download it! No Tombstone,no Vacation movies, No Phantasm collection..(I think only the First and the Last are available for DL), No Planet Terror, No Pulp Fiction, No Sin City.... These my friends are just the very few that you cannot D2D on Vudu..Maybe if more people became part of the solution and less of the complaining problem, The Great OZ brains might pay attention..lol that was lame and not funny just like some of the rules for D2D. But seriously, if people start REQUESTING and QUESTIONING Vudu, maybe they will be more willing to try new titles, genres and companies.

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                  Originally posted by dispatchmonster View Post
                  The only way for D2D to work for me is..Whenever the friggin company feels generous! lol! J/K But it really does feel like that ! A lot of the time, I just try everything else as long as it's NOT: Disney. (without DL codes of course). But, I can even DL some of my old dvds. You just gotta have patience and try everything! But like I said, don't bother with ANYTHING Disney, and if you look online Disney does MAKE a lot of other movies besides singing forest animals,, Animation & movies for children, anything ..for example, the horror movie Stay Alive is a Disney movie..which sux becuz I wanted to download it! No Tombstone,no Vacation movies, No Phantasm collection..(I think only the First and the Last are available for DL), No Planet Terror, No Pulp Fiction, No Sin City.... These my friends are just the very few that you cannot D2D on Vudu..Maybe if more people became part of the solution and less of the complaining problem, The Great OZ brains might pay attention..lol that was lame and not funny just like some of the rules for D2D. But seriously, if people start REQUESTING and QUESTIONING Vudu, maybe they will be more willing to try new titles, genres and companies.
                  Vudu can't "try" new companies or titles. It is not their choice what is eligible for D2D and what is not. It is up to the studio's distributors. On the first page of this thread is a link to a list of what titles are eligible, and most of the posts in here are notifications of added titles. The post DIRECTLY above yours tells you where in Vudu you can search to see if a title is eligible. It is common knowledge that Disney (and affiliates Touchstone & Hollywood Pictures), MGM, and smaller distributors such as Well-Go (Phantasm movies) do NOT participate.

                  I know reading is hard, but you need to do it sometimes. If you had, then you might not have needed to type out the incoherent gobbledegook that you subjected everyone here to.

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                    Looks like Apocalypse Now: The Final Cut is eligible now. It shows as being eligible from the 4K disc in the D2D search on Vudu's web page, but the barcode from the set I bought at Walmart doesn't work. I know it includes a code but I just want to convert one version, not the bundle.

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                      How come I get "Unable to identify this disc" when I tried to convert a dvd when it's on the list.Here's a few titles

                      Big Trouble in Little China
                      Doom (Unrated)
                      HITMAN: AGENT 47
                      Max Payne
                      that's only some of them,why won't they work when you say they will.

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                        Don't go by this list,it's not accurate.Look at my recent post.

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                          Originally posted by mrewster View Post

                          Vudu can't "try" new companies or titles. It is not their choice what is eligible for D2D and what is not. It is up to the studio's distributors. On the first page of this thread is a link to a list of what titles are eligible, and most of the posts in here are notifications of added titles. The post DIRECTLY above yours tells you where in Vudu you can search to see if a title is eligible. It is common knowledge that Disney (and affiliates Touchstone & Hollywood Pictures), MGM, and smaller distributors such as Well-Go (Phantasm movies) do NOT participate.

                          I know reading is hard, but you need to do it sometimes. If you had, then you might not have needed to type out the incoherent gobbledegook that you subjected everyone here to.
                          Wow, someone is rude. I know you said reading is hard..well, maybe for you. I'm sorry if I used big words and it must have seemed like scary incoherent gobbledygook to you. (Good job on the big words!) I didn't "subject" anyone to anything, everyone has the choice to read a post or not. Whatever.

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