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    Multiple matching movies detected?

    I've converted a bunch of titles. First in WalMart (yuck) and then in Windows via virtualization (Parallels 8 on Mac) with the older VUDUToGo beta. Now using VUDUToGo on Mac. Working very well. I'm really loving VUDU so far.

    Today was a first for me, though:

    I put in the retail disc for Full Metal Jacket. And this is the screen I got:



    I had already converted 2001, Clockwork Orange, and The Shining. But not Dr. Strangelove, or Lolita. So essentially, one disk would've let me validate five different movies for D2D conversion, if I wanted. I thought that was interesting.

    Also worth nothing, when I had inserted 2001 (Blu Ray,) it was recognized as... Barry Lyndon. What's up with Kubrick's titles that confuses VUDU so?

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    Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

    Originally posted by Fofer View Post
    Also worth nothing, when I had inserted 2001 (Blu Ray,) it was recognized as... Barry Lyndon. What's up with Kubrick's titles that confuses VUDU so?
    Were your discs from a boxed set? Sometimes the identifying data on boxed set discs seems to be the same/harder to differentiate. Otherwise can't say, but we have been working on correcting these oddities

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      #3
      Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

      Was Full Metal Jacket the blu ray too? Mine doesn't do that. It shows as Barry Lyndon.

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        #4
        Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

        No my Full Metal Jacket was the DVD.

        2001, that too, was recognized as Barry Lyndon and that was the Blu Ray. Yes I think it was all from the Kubrick box set...

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          #5
          Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

          It happened to me yesterday. I was gonna post about it, but I forgot. Anyways, I put in the Kelly's Heroes blu-ray (from the Kelly's Heroes/Where Eagles Dare double feature) and got this:

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            #6
            Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

            Originally posted by Fofer View Post
            I've converted a bunch of titles. First in WalMart (yuck) and then in Windows via virtualization (Parallels 8 on Mac) with the older VUDUToGo beta. Now using VUDUToGo on Mac. Working very well. I'm really loving VUDU so far.

            Today was a first for me, though:

            I put in the retail disc for Full Metal Jacket. And this is the screen I got:



            I had already converted 2001, Clockwork Orange, and The Shining. But not Dr. Strangelove, or Lolita. So essentially, one disk would've let me validate five different movies for D2D conversion, if I wanted. I thought that was interesting.

            Also worth nothing, when I had inserted 2001 (Blu Ray,) it was recognized as... Barry Lyndon. What's up with Kubrick's titles that confuses VUDU so?
            Probably you got a disc in this collections "Stanley Kubrick Collection (2001: A Space Odyssey / Dr. Strangelove / A Clockwork Orange / The Shining / Lolita / Barry Lyndon / Full Metal Jacket / Eyes Wide Shut) (1962)".

            We offer 1 disc to map with multiple discs in this case as it detect box set disc ID.

            LLN

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              Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

              Originally posted by LocN View Post
              Probably you got a disc in this collections "Stanley Kubrick Collection (2001: A Space Odyssey / Dr. Strangelove / A Clockwork Orange / The Shining / Lolita / Barry Lyndon / Full Metal Jacket / Eyes Wide Shut) (1962)".

              We offer 1 disc to map with multiple discs in this case as it detect box set disc ID.

              LLN
              Are you going to do that with more sets? That would be great. Like the Star Trek movie sets. I still can't get my next gen movies on Vudu because all but one of them show up as Star Trek 4.

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                #8
                Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
                Are you going to do that with more sets? That would be great. Like the Star Trek movie sets. I still can't get my next gen movies on Vudu because all but one of them show up as Star Trek 4.
                That's what we aim to do for box set/collection. Of course we can't have all correctly yet.

                LLN

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                  #9
                  Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                  Originally posted by tbdave View Post
                  It happened to me yesterday. I was gonna post about it, but I forgot. Anyways, I put in the Kelly's Heroes blu-ray (from the Kelly's Heroes/Where Eagles Dare double feature) and got this:

                  This should be wrong mapping to a box set disc.

                  LLN

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                    #10
                    Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                    Originally posted by LocN View Post
                    That's what we aim to do for box set/collection. Of course we can't have all correctly yet.

                    LLN
                    I think that's a great solution. If you are taking requests I vote the Star Trek sets next

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                      #11
                      Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                      Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
                      I think that's a great solution. If you are taking requests I vote the Star Trek sets next
                      With all due respect, we have a whole thread on the LOTR:EE Blu-ray box set not being recognized.

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                        #12
                        Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                        Originally posted by Fofer View Post
                        I've converted a bunch of titles. First in WalMart (yuck) and then in Windows via virtualization (Parallels 8 on Mac) with the older VUDUToGo beta. Now using VUDUToGo on Mac. Working very well. I'm really loving VUDU so far.

                        Today was a first for me, though:

                        I put in the retail disc for Full Metal Jacket. And this is the screen I got:

                        ...

                        I had already converted 2001, Clockwork Orange, and The Shining. But not Dr. Strangelove, or Lolita. So essentially, one disk would've let me validate five different movies for D2D conversion, if I wanted. I thought that was interesting.

                        Also worth nothing, when I had inserted 2001 (Blu Ray,) it was recognized as... Barry Lyndon. What's up with Kubrick's titles that confuses VUDU so?
                        2001 (single release) also identified as Barry Lyndon, for me, and in fact I came across quite a few titles which were incorrectly identified as Barry Lyndon.

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                          #13
                          Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                          Originally posted by LocN View Post
                          Probably you got a disc in this collections "Stanley Kubrick Collection (2001: A Space Odyssey / Dr. Strangelove / A Clockwork Orange / The Shining / Lolita / Barry Lyndon / Full Metal Jacket / Eyes Wide Shut) (1962)".

                          We offer 1 disc to map with multiple discs in this case as it detect box set disc ID.

                          LLN
                          It would be great if you could add multiple titles to your cart at the same time when it detects a box set. Using the above as an example, it would add all 8 titles (or those that you chose) to your cart with one click rather than having to insert and eject the disc 8 times to get all 8 titles added to your cart.

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                            #14
                            Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                            Originally posted by rdodolak View Post
                            It would be great if you could add multiple titles to your cart at the same time when it detects a box set. Using the above as an example, it would add all 8 titles (or those that you chose) to your cart with one click rather than having to insert and eject the disc 8 times to get all 8 titles added to your cart.
                            Any adding to the cart should be approved by user 1 by 1 so we don't automatically add. You should be able to keep the same disc in the drive and just click "Add disc" to show the movie list again. (It may be broken at this time).

                            LLN

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                              #15
                              Re: Multiple matching movies detected?

                              Originally posted by LocN View Post
                              Any adding to the cart should be approved by user 1 by 1 so we don't automatically add. You should be able to keep the same disc in the drive and just click "Add disc" to show the movie list again. (It may be broken at this time).

                              LLN
                              Would it be possible to present the user with checkboxes and an "add all" button? I agree that it shouldn't automatically add all nor should the user only have an all or nothing option.

                              The "Add disc" function has been broken since the start of the program. What I mean is that once the drive is finished reading the disc if the user then clicks on the "Add disc" button then it never detects a disc. So the same goes for subsequent matchings such that if the user inserted the disc, the first time the disc will be recognized however if the user wants to immediately reuse the same disc the "Add disc" button doesn't work. The user has to eject the disc and then reclose the drive tray for the disc to be rerecognized.

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