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D2D ELIGIBLE TITLES - UPC MISSING OR NOT RECOGNIZED

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    Originally posted by Navigator View Post
    Re: D2D ELIGIBLE TITLES - UPC MISSING OR NOT RECOGNIZED

    Miller's Crossing - Blu-ray - UPC 024543706892

    Prisoners - Blu-ray - UPC 883929318650
    I'm assuming the Miller's Crossing error was never addressed by VUDU as I tried it and it failed.

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      Non working UPC?s

      Rounders DVD 7 17951-0015-3 5
      High Fidelity DVD 7 17951 00994 4
      Say Anything DVD 0 24544 02452 1
      Highlander Blu-Ray 0 31398 12749 9
      Ronin Blu-Ray 0 27616 07765 3 80

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        Originally posted by JenW01 View Post
        Re: D2D ELIGIBLE TITLES - UPC MISSING OR NOT RECOGNIZED

        I see a trend here; seems that WB Archive Collection DVDs may have issues (the discs don't read in VudutoGo either).
        My Sheena won't work either.

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          D2D was never mail in. And no, they couldn?t have a DVD ?hold? service even if they wanted to. You used to be able to bring the discs to Wal Mart, but 99% of thr employees never knew how to do it. Disney wants you to pay full price, that?s why most of their things are 33% more than other studios, and they will never do a d2d.

          Vudu does not make the rules the studios lay down, they just follow them.

          many discs that don?t work with mobile work with the computer program, but you?ll need a Blu-Ray drive

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            Originally posted by Bickle View Post
            Many discs that don't work with mobile work with the computer program, but you'll need a Blu-Ray drive
            Bickle thank you so much your post helped me a great deal. I have gotten many upc read errors but now I can try the laptop method. Thanks!

            Follow up question:

            When we buy a vudu digital movie or do d2d and it enters our cloud collection, how long is that supposed to last? For many years?

            Is there somewhere to find out exactly which studios ARENT participating? I can't seem to find anything on vudu's site about this. And, far as I can tell vudu doesn't have a master list of d2d titles on the site either.

            Thanks again for the helpful post.

            Cheers.

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