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What do you think of Wal*mart's disc-to-digital? Would you use this on your PS3?

#1NicodimusPosted 2/1/2013 7:36:26 AM
http://www.homemediamagazine.com/walmart/4000-plus-titles-available-walmart-disc-digital-program-26945
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#2Wario_manPosted 2/1/2013 7:42:20 AM
Sounds fantastic. I'd rather they give you a key that you can put into a site that lets you download it or put it on a flash drive or something but still, that's awesome if it keeps the exact same quality.
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#3este914Posted 2/1/2013 7:43:23 AM
No thanks. It's a good effort but it's very undeveloped right now. Not for me.
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#4Nicodimus(Topic Creator)Posted 2/1/2013 7:52:35 AM
I won't be doing this. I have most movies that I really care about on blu-ray already. Maybe if I only owned DVDs, didn't own a blu-ray player, didn't want to buy movies on blu-ray, wanted to access my movies on multiple devices, and didn't care too much about the quality, it would be a good option. I can also see it being a good option for people who constantly travel, as it eliminates the need to pack DVDs.
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#5ShineboxerPosted 2/1/2013 7:56:10 AM
From: Nicodimus | #004
I won't be doing this. I have most movies that I really care about on blu-ray already. Maybe if I only owned DVDs, didn't own a blu-ray player, didn't want to buy movies on blu-ray, wanted to access my movies on multiple devices, and didn't care too much about the quality, it would be a good option. I can also see it being a good option for people who constantly travel, as it eliminates the need to pack DVDs.


This post is the equivalent of that irrelevant guy who always post about how he loves his variety and goes on and on about Ratchet and clank, Infamous, etc...

Variety, variety, hmm ruined his own topic.
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#6Impaired MedicPosted 2/1/2013 7:56:41 AM
Nope, wouldn't use it.
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#7Nicodimus(Topic Creator)Posted 2/1/2013 7:59:30 AM
From: Shineboxer | #005
From: Nicodimus | #004
I won't be doing this. I have most movies that I really care about on blu-ray already. Maybe if I only owned DVDs, didn't own a blu-ray player, didn't want to buy movies on blu-ray, wanted to access my movies on multiple devices, and didn't care too much about the quality, it would be a good option. I can also see it being a good option for people who constantly travel, as it eliminates the need to pack DVDs.


This post is the equivalent of that irrelevant guy who always post about how he loves his variety and goes on and on about Ratchet and clank, Infamous, etc...

Variety, variety, hmm ruined his own topic.


I'm sorry, but I have no idea what you are talking about. Reading your post hurt my brain. If you have any thoughts about the program, please feel free to share them (in a coherent manner) with the rest of us.
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#8Nicodimus(Topic Creator)Posted 2/1/2013 9:20:25 PM
bump
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