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    Disc-to-Digital SD vs HD now and in the future

    OK, I have a serious Disc-to-Digital question.

    If a movie is ONLY offered in SD, and not HD and we do disc to digital and take that SD, if that title later becomes available in HD, will we have to pay full price to upgrade at that time?

    For example, Superman II: The Richard Donnor cut is on Blu-Ray in HD. However, it's only offered in SD here on Vudu. I paid the 2.00 at my local Walmart to have that High Def Blu-Ray converted to an SD digital copy. Now, if in the future Vudu were to offer that same film in HD which I already paid my 2.00 to convert into SD, would I have to pay 2.00 again to re-convert it? Or would another option be made available to me seeing as I'd already gone through the steps previously?

    I'm just curious. I already converted the Superman II disc, and I also converted the blu-ray of Watchboard into an SD copy. I'd like to upgrade to HDX if HDX is ever made available !

    Thanks

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    Re: Disc-to-Digital SD vs HD now and in the future

    Originally posted by Joefiore1976 View Post
    OK, I have a serious Disc-to-Digital question.

    If a movie is ONLY offered in SD, and not HD and we do disc to digital and take that SD, if that title later becomes available in HD, will we have to pay full price to upgrade at that time?

    For example, Superman II: The Richard Donnor cut is on Blu-Ray in HD. However, it's only offered in SD here on Vudu. I paid the 2.00 at my local Walmart to have that High Def Blu-Ray converted to an SD digital copy. Now, if in the future Vudu were to offer that same film in HD which I already paid my 2.00 to convert into SD, would I have to pay 2.00 again to re-convert it? Or would another option be made available to me seeing as I'd already gone through the steps previously?

    I'm just curious. I already converted the Superman II disc, and I also converted the blu-ray of Watchboard into an SD copy. I'd like to upgrade to HDX if HDX is ever made available !

    Thanks
    There is no upgrade option, you will pay whatever the current price is. Either wait or bite the bullet and pay for SD now and pay for HD in the future. If you have the DVD for those you could see if the other services offer HD, but then your price is $5.

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      Re: Disc-to-Digital SD vs HD now and in the future

      It's been answered by reps here on the board. No upgrades. Even if you used a blu ray the first time to get SD you still have to pay the $2 (Blu ray) or $5 (DVD) to get HDX. So your choices are to either wait and hope it becomes HDX or pay twice.

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        Re: Disc-to-Digital SD vs HD now and in the future

        It's not because of limitation of technology, so it must either be a 'HD Rights' issue or a marketing strategy to get people to double dip.

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          Re: Disc-to-Digital SD vs HD now and in the future

          I got burned by Superman The Movie myself. when I went D2D the first time only SD was available so I paid the $2.00 then had to pay 5.00 again when the HDX was available.
          As the poster before this said its not a technology issue, in fact it would seem to be an easy profit driver if you ask me to allow upgrading to HDX or 3D, etc but I think this is a case where technology has moved faster than the legal and licensing issues the Studios are grappling with in a cloud based distribution model.

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