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Amazon pulls access to Disney Vault movies

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#21 of 23 Sam Posten

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Posted December 17 2013 - 02:26 PM

Link works fine for me Sumn. Disney had repealed Amazon copies of a lesser christmas title, called Prep and Landing 2.

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#22 of 23 Stephen_J_H


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Posted December 19 2013 - 01:35 PM

This is precisely why I bought the Prep & Landing 1/2 BD.

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#23 of 23 Patrick Donahue

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Posted December 20 2013 - 04:01 PM

[quote name="Towergrove" post="4032109" timestamp="1387249156"]Yes and why I prefer to download not stream my purchases from UV.  It also looks like the Ultraviolet Common File Format is finally ready just pre CES.


I must admit I stream from the cloud, not a server. 2 questions...

1) what kind of set up do you have for storing your UV files and streaming to your TV

2) I always understood the advantage of UV over something like iTunes or Amazon is that it is more, for lack of a better word, secure. Why then bother downloading at all?

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