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Posted on: January 7th, 2013 by 4 Comments

UltraViolet SUCKS and if Best Buy and Wal-Mart want to force people to use it, it…

UltraViolet SUCKS and if Best Buy and Wal-Mart want to force people to use it, it should be free.  Why should it be free?  Because if you seriously think I’m going to pay $5 a movie to convert my over 500 DVDs you must be smoking crack.  The data of what movies I own ALONE should more than cover whatever fee’s you’ll incur not to mention all the tracking I know you’ll be doing.  Like how often I watch it, what device I watch it on, if I watch the whole thing through, I could go on.

By making the service free they will be flooded with marketing data on who they can sell what crap, I mean products too.

In fact by making it a ‘free’ service, you’ll be earning the good will of the customer and encouraging people to buy >more< movies.  (Because see they won’t have to shell out $5 more dollars for something they already purchased and can use that towards the $20 new release)

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BestBuy will now convert your discs to digital files from your PC
The retailer’s CinemaNow feature can convert your DVDs to digital files from the comfort of your own PC. Read this article by Lance Whitney on CNET News.

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4 Responses

  1. Lee Damon says:

    Lots of DVDs and blueray packaging now advertise "ultraviolet included". I consider this a negative.

  2. Bily Foster says:

    yeah i cringe when i see a movie is UltraViolet

  3. Lee Damon says:

    Of course, I keep reading that as "UltraViolent" which might appeal to the "American Market" but has no appeal to me at all. 🙂

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