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Discussion in 'Streaming and Digital Media' started by Sam Posten, Jul 9, 2018.
First world problems, Robert.
Unfortunately, that's not possible and is something we all have to deal with. I have kept my digital content pretty much to just two storefronts -- iTunes and Vudu -- so at least it's a little easier for titles that are not supported by Movies Anywhere. At least since Apple added an ATV app to Roku I can access everything from all my hardware platforms except one -- my Android smartphone cannot access iTunes content. That's not a big deal for me, since I usually bring along my iPad when we are traveling.
Yep, which is why I was whining.
Had my first experience w/ the Vudu disc plus digital program this past week. It went pretty smooth. Ordered Saturday showed up today. They had the Blu-ray Complete Series of Community for a little over $39. The box set doesn't contain a digital code so for the price I would have paid for just the physical set I also have it digital too.
Can you explain this service please? I went to Vudu and found nothing on this program.
I think you just click on the new releases and see if the option is available
Oh... I see... you are right. I thought it was some menu selection I had to go to. Thanks.
It's under the Movie section. You purchase a disc from Vudu and they put a digital copy into your account.
Interesting. They don't have that on the mobile site. They have disc TO digital. I guess to see what is available collectively you have to go to the web site via desktop. I'll do it later when I can. Well, thanks everyone.
That screenshot is from the mobile site on my iPhone.
Here's a direct link:
Knives Out now available on Vudu Disc plus Digital for $24.99. Terrific price for a tremendously entertaining film. One of the years best.
By the way, It is NOT MA compatible.
Also Midway is available now D+D for $24.99. A terrific old fashioned WWII film with spectacular visual effects. Also not MA compatible.
So, it won't port over to iTunes?
Never mind. I see it's Lionsgate. CRAP. It IS available in 4K Dolby Vision with Atmos on iTunes for $19.99, however, if you're not interested in the disc and don't want your digital copy imprisoned in the Vudu app.
I think that if you buy that disc plus digital this will give you a cop y at Vudu and you can then use the digital code in the disc to put it on iTunes.
It does. And I think Doug know that as I’ve only told him a million times!
HAHA!! But, as I've mentioned before, one of the benefits (for me) of the Disc + Digital program at Vudu is the ability to SELL the physical copy (along with the included code) if i don't feel the need to have the title on disc. So, in a scenario like that, the fenced in pre-release Vudu digital copy is a big PITA. I may have told YOU this about a million times, Tino.
You certainly have. As you know my last name is Capone which literally means blockhead in Italian!