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What is: Ultraviolet Codes and Digital Copies?
UltraViolet is a digital copy format that was nationally released in late 2011. These digital copies are not compatible with iTunes and are therefore referred to separately.
UltraViolet is an all-new way to collect, access and enjoy your movies and TV shows in the cloud – brought to you by a growing list of companies building UltraViolet into their online stores, video apps and devices.
Once a movie or TV show has been added to your UltraViolet Collection, you can watch your content online with instant streaming or download to watch it when you have no internet access. Because UltraViolet offers so many viewing options, you have greater freedom to choose where you want to watch - whether it’s on a mobile device, computer, television or tablet.
• How does UltraViolet work?
Every time you buy an UltraViolet-enabled movie or TV show, you can add a digital "proof of purchase" to your UltraViolet Collection. By doing this, UltraViolet Retailers, Streaming Services, and UltraViolet-capable devices can confirm your rights to the movie or TV show and enable you to watch your content.
• Where do I redeem my UltraViolet Codes:
Each studio has their own redemption website for UltraViolet and digital copies; however most can be redeemed through
Paramount seems to be the only studio that you must redeem the movie at their website
• What are Digital Copies?
Many DVD and Blu-ray movies come with a digital version of the movie that can be watched on phones, tablets, computers and/or televisions.
A Digital Copy is a digital version of the full-length movie that you get when you own specially-marked Blu-ray™/DVD discs bearing the “Digital Copy logo.
Owning the digital version of the movie extends the enjoyment your Blu-ray™/DVD because it enables you to download or stream your movie to a computer, mobile device, Internet-connected TV, Blu-ray player or set-top box.
Your Digital Copy may be available on a disc included with your purchase. Please see the insert in your packaging to identify which you have and for redemption instructions.
• How do I redeem a Digital Copy?
Inside of the DVD or Blu-ray case there should be a paper insert. The paper insert has a code printed on it.
This code will allow you to redeem the digital copy only one time. If a disc is required,
then the disc may be used multiple times by others provided they have their own unique code.
Each code can only be used one time unless otherwise stated on the insert or communication with the company.
A few movies have been know to have the digital copy code affixed to the clear wrapper.
If your movie does not have a paper insert inside with a digital copy code, check the clear wrapper.
If neither have the code, contact the company for a replacement.
• Where do I redeem a Digital Copy?
If your digital copy requires a disc
Insert that disc into your computer.
Launch iTunes (if your computer does not do this for you).
Find the movie name on the left side navigation area, left-click on it.
The main screen will show either the movie image or studio logo as well as a place to type in the code on your insert. Type in your code and press the redeem button.
Your digital copy will begin to transfer. Do not remove disc until transfer is complete.
• If your digital copy does not require a disc:
Go to the iTunes store.
On the right side navigation menu click on the Redeem button.
The main screen will show an iTunes image as a place to type in the code on your insert. Type in your code and press the redeem button.
Your digital copy will begin to download. Sometimes you will also receive extras for that movie.
• Are all Digital Copies downloadable only?
No. Many digital copies in the past required a disc for use. Many now do not require a disc, however some companies,
such as 20th Century Fox and Disney, still require the use of a disc for iTunes digital copies.
Can you redeem both iTunes and UltraViolet from same code?
Read the packaging before purchasing. Many companies offer either iTunes or UltraViolet.
A few companies, such as Universal and Paramount, do offer both iTunes and UltraViolet using the same code.
• Do I have to have an account to redeem Digital Copies?
Yes. To redeem a digital copy on iTunes you must have an Apple account. To redeem an UltraViolet digital copy you must have an account with the UltraViolet website
and accounts with each website where you will redeem the movies (Flixster, Vudu, Sony, Universal, etc.).
• iTunes digital copies
You can watch a downloaded iTunes movie on any computer and/or device that is authorized with your Apple account.
You are allowed up to authorize up to 5 computers and an unlimited number of devices at any one time. Unauthorize older computers to continue watching movies on newer computers.
Only authorize up to 4 computers. This will allow you to visit someones house and temporarily authorize their computer. Deauthorize when you are done.
• CinemaNow Disc to Digital
CinemaNow has a limit of 25 conversions per 24 hour time period. If you reach that limit, you must wait 72 hours before converting more movies.
Tip: Convert around 12 movies in every 24 hour time period to avoid the 72 hour wait time.
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