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D2D ELIGIBLE TITLES - UPC MISSING OR NOT RECOGNIZED

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    Today I tried to Scan Barcode on several of my Blu-Rays. I received a "UPC not recognized" or the barcode would not scan at all for the following titles.
    Batman: Bad Blood (not on the forum list)
    Batman: Under the Red Hood (already on the forum list)
    Justice League vs Teen Titans (not on the forum list)
    Superman: Unbound (not on the forum list)

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      I just bought Unbreakable, Jumanji 2 and Jurassic World 2 and I tried to do the Disc to Digital. I keep getting an error. These are very common movies. Why am I repeatedly getting this error?

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        Originally posted by itjustjeff View Post
        I just bought Unbreakable, Jumanji 2 and Jurassic World 2 and I tried to do the Disc to Digital. I keep getting an error. These are very common movies. Why am I repeatedly getting this error?
        Unbreakable is a Touchtone studio movie and Touchtone is not a part of the D2D program. As for the other 2, they are new movies and both come with digital copy codes and will unlikely be a part of the D2D any time soon.

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          "Unbreakable is a Touchtone studio movie"

          Just wondering which it is, not part, part, of D2D? In the new titles being added thread from some time ago Unbreakable is listed as a title to be added. Any one know if it is or is not?

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            Originally posted by Johnson-from-Arizona View Post
            "Unbreakable is a Touchtone studio movie"

            Just wondering which it is, not part, part, of D2D? In the new titles being added thread from some time ago Unbreakable is listed as a title to be added. Any one know if it is or is not?
            Unless Vudu makes a deal with Disney, don't ever expect it to be D2D eligible.

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              Thanks. Some of those movies that were released prior to a digital code being a "thing" its hard to figure out if you're safe to buy the disk or have to just go with a digital copy from the get go.

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                Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs - dvd & bluray - upc 043396465428
                Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 - dvd & bluray - upc 043396465435
                Robin hood Men in Tights - dvd & bluray - upc 024543581758

                these upc's are not recognized

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                  Originally posted by thanson
                  Has anyone gotten Mission Impossible: Fallout to work yet? It is listed on the Disc to Digital site.
                  Fallout is only D2D and not M2D, and since it's a newer title, the disc won't work in the D2D software. Anything released after 2013 I believe will not work. If they were to add it as M2D, it would probably work since most additions do.

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                    Originally posted by thanson

                    So putting the blu ray in an external blu ray drive plugged into my computer will allow D2D to work or no?
                    Nope. No titles released after 2013 will read in the software/BR drives because the program they use is never updated. Only chance we will have is if they add it as mobile conversion at some point.

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                      Originally posted by thanson

                      So why is it showing up on the D2D site?

                      {"data-align":"none","data-size":"full","data-attachmentid":491191}
                      This has been explained over 1,000 times. Please search here or Google.

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                        UPC Missing or Not Recognized
                        The Right Stuff (1983) Bluray 883929618095

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                          Just announced Mid 90's gives UPC read error.

                          UPC: 888235030258
                          and
                          UPC:031398298991

                          I have the top, my friend has the botton, neither of us can get ours to work. Not sure how you add it to your list but neither of the UPC's you can get in the US work.

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                            Hi ya all, I'm new here, decided to cancel my netflix after being a customer since 2006, I don't like how the owner plays too much into politics.
                            Anyhow I tested out the D2D feature here on VUDU, seem's there's more fails than successes.
                            I did get i robot, and The Passion of Christ to work.
                            As a side note, Would be nice if VUDU, would just allow us to ship our dvd library to them, that way it's a proven ownership, and VUDU won't have to get permission from Disney or any other movie studio to provide a service of hosting and serving dvd libraries.
                            To be honest I think it would have been smarter on VUDU/Walmart part to allow people to ship their movies, then pay a monthly fee for the service of hosting and serving.
                            They could start at $4.99 per month for 1-99 dvd's, $5.99 100-199, $6.99 200-299, $8.99 299-500, $12.99 - unlimited (All dvd content must be commercially released)

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                              I think the early days of D2D was a mail in program.

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                                I think so also

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