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Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

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    Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

    I apologize if this has been asked before, but I have searched the forums and do not see anything so here goes...I have about 30 DVD's that I would like to convert to HDX, but the VUDU In Home Disc to Digital app is having trouble identifying the disc. My question is, if I take these into my local Wal-Mart store, will I still qualify for the 50% off since I'm converting 10+ discs or is this exclusive to the In Home service?

    Thank you

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    Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

    nope.

    this program is specific to the Disc to Digital in-home application.

    It is a new application and Vudu is hoping to get more usage for beta testing purposes.

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      #3
      Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

      Ugh, this is gonna hurt the wallet. Thank you Walter!

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        Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

        Originally posted by Anuksu View Post
        Ugh, this is gonna hurt the wallet. Thank you Walter!
        Look at it this way...most of the DVDs you are converting at Walmart you probably would have to do in store anyway. The software isn't allowing as many as it used to before they started this discount.

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          #5
          Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

          Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
          The software isn't allowing as many as it used to before they started this discount.
          I'm just curious, are you saying that less movies are being recognized since the update?

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            Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

            Originally posted by DanielH View Post
            I'm just curious, are you saying that less movies are being recognized since the update?
            When was the last update?

            There are definitely titles which used to be recognized which now come up with an error.


            EDIT: Here is one that I can remember:

            Hard Rain Blu-ray (0-31398-11864-0) acquired on 3/31/2013 through VuduToGo now states:

            This disc is not eligible for Disc to Digital, please insert another disc or try again later.

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              Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

              Originally posted by rdodolak View Post
              When was the last update?

              There are definitely titles which used to be recognized which now come up with an error.


              EDIT: Here is one that I can remember:

              Hard Rain Blu-ray (0-31398-11864-0) acquired on 3/31/2013 through VuduToGo now states:
              Interesting. I see that it's still available for conversion, i'll see if i can get any feedback on this.

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                Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                Originally posted by DanielH View Post
                Interesting. I see that it's still available for conversion, i'll see if i can get any feedback on this.
                Thanks DanielH! I just remembered another title.

                Megamind Blu-ray (0-97361-24664-2) acquired through VuduToGo on 01 Feb 13 now gives the following error (others have reported receiving the same error):

                There was a problem while verifying this disc.

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                  Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                  DanielH

                  I've also experienced the same issue with less discs being recognized now. The same discs that are not recognized by the VuduToGo software, will usually work in Cinemanow and allow you to add it. I have done that with a few titles that I didn't want to have to travel to the store to do and pay the same price I would to Cinemanow since don't get the 50% off discount anyways.

                  A couple titles that don't work are:

                  The Replacement Killers - There was a problem while verifying this disc
                  Super Hybrid - Unable to indentify this disc

                  There are many more. If would need more examples I can do a few tests and list more. I think there is another thread about this issue too.

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                    Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                    Originally posted by rdodolak View Post
                    Thanks DanielH! I just remembered another title.

                    Megamind Blu-ray (0-97361-24664-2) acquired through VuduToGo on 01 Feb 13 now gives the following error (others have reported receiving the same error):
                    Thanks, i'll pass these two along.

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                      Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                      Originally posted by MichaelB9 View Post
                      DanielH

                      I've also experienced the same issue with less discs being recognized now. The same discs that are not recognized by the VuduToGo software, will usually work in Cinemanow and allow you to add it. I have done that with a few titles that I didn't want to have to travel to the store to do and pay the same price I would to Cinemanow since don't get the 50% off discount anyways.

                      A couple titles that don't work are:

                      The Replacement Killers - There was a problem while verifying this disc
                      Super Hybrid - Unable to indentify this disc

                      There are many more. If would need more examples I can do a few tests and list more. I think there is another thread about this issue too.


                      I know there are still a number of titles that aren't being recognized. We're working to resolve each problem as quickly as possible.

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                        #12
                        Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                        I can't really speak for whether titles that "used" to be recognized and are not recognized now...but my success rate since the update (when you guys changed the link for the "Convert DVDs" that no longer allow for in-store D2D) and when the 50% off for 10+ movies in Vudu ToGo started has dropped to about 50%. Before that I would say that my success rate was more like 80%.

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                          #13
                          Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                          Can anyone name one title that has been corrected? I know none of mine have been.

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                            #14
                            Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                            Originally posted by ttall View Post
                            Can anyone name one title that has been corrected? I know none of mine have been.
                            Based on my experience, I'd say it's a good 1% but I have no evidence to link it to having to do anything with me submitting the data through the app. As far as I know it's just a coincidence that those titles got fixed and based on the ultra low fix rate I'd say it's exactly a coincidence. However, that's just my opinion.

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                              Re: Do we qualify for 50% off when we convert 10 discs at Wal-Mart?

                              I sure wish Wal-Mart could just add my titles to my D2D cart and I could pay for them at home. It's hard to justify paying twice as much at Wal-Mart just because the titles are not being recognized at home. On top of that, you have to drive there and hope you get someone familiar with he process....then get a nice stamp on your discs.

                              I also wish HD-DVD's could be found with D2D at home. I really don't want a Wal-Mart stamp on my nice HD-DVD collection.

                              I have done over 100 titles since the 50% promotion started. I never did any before.

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