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Digital Copies: Why isn't Disney consistent with releases?


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  • Digital Copies: Why isn't Disney consistent with releases?

    Posted this over on the UD (DVDizzy forum) but thought I'd post it here as well for discussion...

    This has been bugging me for awhile and thought I'd start a discussion on it.

    Why isn't Disney consistent with their Digital Copies?
    For example, with the most recent Blu-Ray Combo releases:
    The Muppet Christmas Carol did get a Digital Copy.
    Prep and Landing Totally Tinsel Collection did not get a Digital Copy.

    Another interesting observation with 3D releases...
    Bolt 3D did get a Digital Copy, but Chicken Little 3D and Meet the Robinsons 3D did not.

    So, why isn't Disney consistent with their Digital Copy releases?

    At first I didn't really care about Digital Copies, but then I thought what the heck, since I'm paying for them I'll download/transfer them. I picked up an external harddrive at Costco and have been putting them on there. Have a nice collection of over 100 movies now from all my various Disney and non-Disney Blu-Ray combos.

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