Answered that a few posts above - if it's a MA title it will migrate to all MA services. Vudu does not do 4K upgrades at all - that's nothing unique to D2D conversions. You are correct though that they would not upgrade at iTunes.I don’t know if that d2d thing would be useful to me.
Do those things get migrated anywhere?
Also I doubt they get the 4K upgrade at Vudu or anywhere.
I just double checked for you and if you follow the link I posted it should absolutely work on your iPhone...Perhaps the Vudu service is dead and gone with the Fandango purchase?
I'm also trying to do this, but I do occasionally break my own rules. I'm trying to be more selective, but I am still collecting a larger than I’m comfortable with group of unwatched titles.I am trying to learn from the early days of DVD's, when discs could be purchased online dirt-cheap. I bought a lot of stuff I probably didn't need back then. By setting some rules for purchase that I will not break, it has helped me from doing that again during these really low-priced digital sales.
TV is so much more convenient on digital, but I wish Apple would automatically play the next episode.I do find the digital versions of TV shows to be a lot more convenient to watch than the disc versions, as there is no need to keep track of where we left off watching, plus we have a tendency to watch these shows in more than one room, while film viewing is pretty much reserved for the main home theater. I think my days of buying TV shows on disc are pretty much over.
There used to be an iOS app for it (and I used it for a handful conversions), but they retired it some time ago -- forget when exactly...Correct - D2D is done via a mobile browser not app. If the movie is MA compatible it will migrate out to all your connected services.
Actually, I prefer that they do not auto play the next episode. However, the Apple app on Roku pops up a dialog box to play the next episode, and will play that episode automatically if you do not press the exit button during the credits. I like the way the Apple TV 4K box handles it, though, without the auto play feature.TV is so much more convenient on digital, but I wish Apple would automatically play the next episode.
Are you talking about recent movies or catalog titles? Unless the movie is a recent theatrical release, many of the catalog titles won't have extras. Most of my recent Universal movies that are in my digital library do have bonus material. Not so much with catalog titles.just curious what universal titles do have digital extras?
back to the future doesn’t have any either.
many of my universal titles were imported to iTunes via movies anywhere.
Another thing, is there isn't a filter in which you can just search Universal titles. There isn't a studio filter on iTunes, Vudu or MA. Somebody correct me If I'm wrong about that. You can filter your library search by genre, year, alphabetically or recently purchase, but, not by specific studio.Too many to list.
Absolutely, that would be the best. There are times when I want it to auto play like is common with streaming services or the Play All function on a disc. One of my ways of dealing with insomnia is to start something playing hoping I eventually drift off and the auto play would be helpful there or in other situations where I’m using a show for background noise.Having this be a selectable option would be the best solution, IMO. That way each person could have it work however they desire.
I created two separate media types within DVD Profiler -- Digital Copy and 4K Digital Copy. I then download the disc profile that most closely matches my DC, edit the media type and then lock that setting. Right now I have all the digital copies in a separate collection list labeled "Digital Copy", but now that I have so many titles in this category I am considering just merging them in with the discs in my library under "Owned".And not sure what everyone else does to manage the mix in a collections database, but I just started using disc placeholders in DVD Profiler and catalog numbering my actual DC purchases (only the ones w/ higher quality than whatever discs I might also own) to distinguish them as such -- I use a basic catalog numbering system that separates the 4K UHD discs (#1-1000), BDs (#1001-10000), DVDs (#10001-100000) and now also these specific DCs (#100001-plus)... although I might eventually phase out the DVDs as I collect more of all the other formats.
thank you. I appreciate the clarification and your response.Are you talking about recent movies or catalog titles? Unless the movie is a recent theatrical release, many of the catalog titles won't have extras. Most of my recent Universal movies that are in my digital library do have bonus material. Not so much with catalog titles.
Unfortunately not for me. I tried all of the links listed by a few of you and always get a 404 error. I tried typing in the url directly for vudu.com/disc and get an error. I tried typing in video.walmart.com/disc and it brings me to the screen giving the rates, but no ”button”Yep, that did it.
Google "Vudu mobile disc to digital" and click the very first link.Unfortunately not for me. I tried all of the links listed by a few of you and always get a 404 error. I tried typing in the url directly for vudu.com/disc and get an error. I tried typing in video.walmart.com/disc and it brings me to the screen giving the rates, but no ”button”
to scan. I have an iPhone X running iOS 13.4.1
I do not know what I may be doing wrong, but I have typed in every url, followed every link and googled it. I never get to the screen where I have an option to scan or provide payment. I have a vudu account and I am signed in. Has anyone tried it with an iOS device running 13.4.1? Are there certain permissions that I must enable? Any help would be appreciated.Google "Vudu mobile disc to digital" and click the very first link.
Or go to Vudu - My Vudu - Disc to Digital.
They're not hiding it, guys