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The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

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    #61
    Re: The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

    Originally posted by Fofer View Post
    They *still* haven't updated the fine print. It still says "This Promotion is available from May 29, 2013 through June 30, 2014" !!!
    You might as well consider the promotion over since they aren't adding anything new for disc-to-digital. I have given up on having my movies available in the cloud as UV promised we would be able to do a couple of years ago. I only have about 60% in the cloud and it looks like I will never get the other 50% and I now wish I had not wasted my time and money.

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      #62
      Re: The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

      Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
      You might as well consider the promotion over since they aren't adding anything new for disc-to-digital. I have given up on having my movies available in the cloud as UV promised we would be able to do a couple of years ago. I only have about 60% in the cloud and it looks like I will never get the other 50% and I now wish I had not wasted my time and money.
      I'm happy with my existing collection, I've got 370 titles in there and they're all from the D2D program, with a few more to go. Bummer that the program isn't expanding, but I really can't complain as it's worked better for me than any other video provider or movie server out there, with quite a bit less admin and hassle.

      I'd hardly call it a "waste of time and money." I can understand if you're only satisfied with 100% completeness how this would sting, but in that case I'd say you'd be better off running your own media server via Plex (or something like it.)

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        #63
        Re: The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

        Originally posted by Fofer View Post
        I'm happy with my existing collection, I've got 370 titles in there and they're all from the D2D program, with a few more to go. Bummer that the program isn't expanding, but I really can't complain as it's worked better for me than any other video provider or movie server out there, with quite a bit less admin and hassle.

        I'd hardly call it a "waste of time and money." I can understand if you're only satisfied with 100% completeness how this would sting, but in that case I'd say you'd be better off running your own media server via Plex (or something like it.)
        We have 1,431 of our movies loaded and we have almost 2,000 DVDs and Blu-rays in our closet. We often find it easier just to watch a movie on DVD instead of trying to find it on Vudu, or we "think" we have loaded a movie and after looking for 30 minutes we find out that it isn't there. It's a real pain. We also have found that almost every Sunday night we cannot stream from Vudu due to constant buffering and "network errors".

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          #64
          Re: The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

          Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
          We have 1,431 of our movies loaded and we have almost 2,000 DVDs and Blu-rays in our closet. We often find it easier just to watch a movie on DVD instead of trying to find it on Vudu, or we "think" we have loaded a movie and after looking for 30 minutes we find out that it isn't there. It's a real pain. We also have found that almost every Sunday night we cannot stream from Vudu due to constant buffering and "network errors".
          Hmmm? I just streamed "The Enforcer" last night (Sunday night) from Vudu and I only got 1 or 2 buffering issues for about a second each.

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            #65
            Re: The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

            Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
            We have 1,431 of our movies loaded and we have almost 2,000 DVDs and Blu-rays in our closet. We often find it easier just to watch a movie on DVD instead of trying to find it on Vudu, or we "think" we have loaded a movie and after looking for 30 minutes we find out that it isn't there. It's a real pain. We also have found that almost every Sunday night we cannot stream from Vudu due to constant buffering and "network errors".
            I rarely get buffering errors on my PS3, but notice I get them often on the Roku. Usually just unplugging it or doing a reset thru the remote and letting it reboot seems to work. Something about the memory issues with the app on Roku I read somewhere.

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              #66
              Re: The End of the 50% Conversion Special and Unresolved Titles

              Originally posted by jpc430 View Post
              I rarely get buffering errors on my PS3, but notice I get them often on the Roku. Usually just unplugging it or doing a reset thru the remote and letting it reboot seems to work. Something about the memory issues with the app on Roku I read somewhere.
              I use the Roku 3 extensively without buffering, unless I am watching a movie on Vudu on a Sunday night. Rebooting does not fix the problem.

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