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Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

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    #31
    Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

    Originally posted by JRBTempe View Post
    $354 here, and the best news of all is in-home D2D is officially out of beta with a Mac release:

    http://www.engadget.com/2013/06/03/v...raviolet-os-x/

    Not sure where to download it, but should be available shortly I'd guess...
    Not up on the In-Home download page yet, and my VUDUToGo app has not updated itself either. So now we play the waiting game...

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      #32
      Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

      Originally posted by OSUGrad2X View Post
      D@*** how did you manage to not take those to Walmart before the Beta started?
      I did. I got tired towards the end of having to hope a competent employee was there so I had a lot left. Plus all the lionsgate, miramax,dreamworks and fox titles that were activated after the beta started. I'm thinking of using my windfall on some non uv stuff in my wish list. Save the real money for uv stuff.

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        #33
        Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

        Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
        So I'm confused about the special 50% offer, it sounds like it is going forward? So if I convert 10 movies in one session = 50% rebated back to my VUDU balance? Or anytime I convert 10+ movies between now and 8/31 I get 50% back?
        Just to clarify for others, you are referring to the D2D program going foward and not the credit for participating in the beta. I don't know if it is really clear how this will work yet. I have only seen this refereneced so far in the engadget article.

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          #34
          Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

          Originally posted by Grey Ghost View Post
          Just to clarify for others, you are referring to the D2D program going foward and not the credit for participating in the beta. I don't know if it is really clear how this will work yet. I have only seen this refereneced so far in the engadget article.
          It is referenced in the press release, but it is unclear. Sounds like whenever you reach 10 discs or more, you will get 50% returned between now and 8/31/13 via D2D at home. So that means $1 BD's and $2.50 DVD's, sure hope so. If that's the case, I will convert tons of stuff I never planned to do

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            #35
            Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

            Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
            I did. I got tired towards the end of having to hope a competent employee was there so I had a lot left. Plus all the lionsgate, miramax,dreamworks and fox titles that were activated after the beta started. I'm thinking of using my windfall on some non uv stuff in my wish list. Save the real money for uv stuff.

            Holy jackpot Batman! I have a really long Wish List that would be cut down to size with an outstanding credit like that.

            Enjoy.

            For me, I was religious about bringing my physical media into the photo counter. Goose eggs in my silo, but still good to hear you-all got such an aggressive payout for beta-testing.

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              #36
              Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

              I just received my credit...thanks VUDU!

              I assume that we have one month to use the entire amount?

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                #37
                Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                Got $270. Was very surprised thank you Walmart/Vudu. Now what is everyone going to spend it on. Any ideas?

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                  #38
                  Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                  Thank you, Vudu!

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                    #39
                    Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                    Nothing here (yet). If I get something, great, if not, oh well.

                    I didn't convert that many flicks at home and instead worked more with the in-store approach. Going through the various discs got frustrating for me, especially since many of the ones I tried at first weren't part of the program or weren't coming up in the format I wanted, or weren't coming up as unrated.

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                      #40
                      Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                      Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
                      It is referenced in the press release, but it is unclear. Sounds like whenever you reach 10 discs or more, you will get 50% returned between now and 8/31/13 via D2D at home. So that means $1 BD's and $2.50 DVD's, sure hope so. If that's the case, I will convert tons of stuff I never planned to do
                      Thats the impression I'm under and i'll be converting some more dvds now that I can get them for half.

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                        #41
                        Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                        is that for only using the at home beta? I've probably done 400 + in store. Wish I had known if it was for the beta I would of spent my money there instead of instore.

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                          #42
                          Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                          Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
                          It is referenced in the press release, but it is unclear. Sounds like whenever you reach 10 discs or more, you will get 50% returned between now and 8/31/13 via D2D at home. So that means $1 BD's and $2.50 DVD's, sure hope so. If that's the case, I will convert tons of stuff I never planned to do
                          Here are the terms of the 50% discount going forward. The 10 discs must be in one transaction.

                          This Promotion is available from May 29, 2013 through August 31, 2013 (the "Promotion Period"). If you create a VUDU account during the Promotion Period or you have an existing account as of the start of the Promotion Period, VUDU will issue you a two dollar ($2.00 USD) credit, which will be automatically applied; however, the credit is only good towards your next conversion of a DVD or Blu-ray disc (each a "disc") via VUDU's In-Home Disc to Digital service. You are limited to one two-dollar ($2.00 USD) credit per user account during the Promotion Period. This credit will expire automatically ninety (90) days from the date on which VUDU issued the credit to you. Additionally, during the Promotion Period, if you convert ten (10) or more discs via VUDU's In-home Disc to Digital service in a single transaction (that is, you add ten (10) or more discs to your cart and check-out), you will receive a fifty percent (50%) discount off the pre-tax subtotal conversion fees for that transaction. These promotional discounts (collectively, the "Promotion") may not be combined with other promotions or offers from VUDU or Walmart or its affiliates. VUDU may declare this Promotion to be void where prohibited or restricted by applicable law. Eligibility for this Promotion, conversion of DVDs or Blu-ray discs, and use of the In-Home Disc to Digital service are subject to VUDU's Terms of Service. This Promotion expires automatically by its own terms by Midnight PST on the last day of the Promotion Period.

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                            #43
                            Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                            Originally posted by mgfloy03 View Post
                            is that for only using the at home beta? I've probably done 400 + in store. Wish I had known if it was for the beta I would of spent my money there instead of instore.
                            Yes that was for the transactions done through the In-Home Beta application.

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                              #44
                              Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                              Originally posted by Grey Ghost View Post
                              Here are the terms of the 50% discount going forward. The 10 discs must be in one transaction.
                              Thanks Grey, so I'll be sure to only do lots of 10+ to get the 50%. Checking some discs now, I hope they are recognized.

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                                #45
                                Re: Vudu Credit for Disc to Digital beta. Everybody get it?

                                *sigh* the same discs that either don't work or come up as wrong titles, months later still the same story. Just wasted all this time checking 24 discs >_<

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