Sammy Sofa wrote:Banedon wrote:https://www.engadget.com/2017/10/12/disney-movies-anywhere-fox-universal-warner-sony/Frustrated with the current state of DVD/Blu-ray digital copies and buying movies from online stores like Vudu or iTunes? A new connection between studios and stores may be the best fix we'll get, now that Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal and Warner Bros (but not Paramount and Lionsgate, so far) have linked their libraries to Disney's Movies Anywhere setup.Linking the accounts is relatively painless, and for a limited time, viewers can unlock access to five free movies (Big Hero 6, Ghostbusters (2016), Ice Age Jason Bourne (2016), The Lego Movie) by doing so.
EDIT: There's an issue linking the Moviesanywhere account with Vudu, this morning. Being worked on.
Well, crap. I chucked any non-UV Disney streaming codes long ago because I didn't want to deal with their platform and figured it would always be exclusive to their movies.
You can import anything you had on Disney Movies Anywhere, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play or Itunes.
EDIT: oh, now I see what you're saying. DMA really wasn't a bad platform, imo.