Amazon.com Expands Disc+ On Demand Now offering more than 10,000 Disc+ On Demand titles, making it easy for DVD and Blu-ray customers to “buy now and watch now” SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced the expansion of Disc+ On Demand, a program that enables customers to instantly watch movies on Amazon Video On Demand that they have purchased on DVD or Blu-ray. In response to the initial popularity of the Disc+ On Demand program, it has been expanded to offer customers more than 10,000 eligible titles. Titles range from new releases to timeless classics. To browse the complete selection of Disc+ On Demand movies, customers can visit www.amazon.com/discplus. “When we launched Disc+ On Demand last year, we were excited by the overwhelmingly positive response from our customers” When customers purchase a Disc+ On Demand title on Blu-ray or DVD from Amazon.com, a digital copy of the movie will automatically be added to their Amazon Video On Demand video library. Customers can watch the movie instantly on a Mac, PC, or nearly 200 Amazon Video On Demand compatible Internet connected TVs, Blu-ray players, and set-top boxes. “When we launched Disc+ On Demand last year, we were excited by the overwhelmingly positive response from our customers,” said Steve Oliver, category leader for Amazon.com DVD. “Customers love instant gratification, and this program allows customers to watch Disc+ On Demand titles instantly, without having to wait for their DVD or Blu-ray to arrive in the mail.” Amazon Video On Demand is a digital video service that offers customers more than 75,000 commercial-free movies and television shows to buy or rent. New release movies are often available as soon as they’re out on DVD, and many TV shows are available the day after they broadcast. Amazon Video On Demand also offers thousands of titles in high definition. For a full list of Amazon Video On Demand compatible devices visit www.amazon.com/watchontv. For more information on Amazon Video On Demand visit www.amazon.com/vod.
Now this is something I really hope to see take off. Especially if their system that lets you add movies you didn't buy from them by "proving" you own a physical copy actually works. No seriously, I want it to actually work. If people can fake it to watch free movies, it will cause a step back. We really need to be moving forward.
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InfinityzeN1:Especially if their system that lets you add movies you didn't buy from them by "proving" you own a physical copy actually works
It doesn't say that it works for movies that you didn't buy from them. That would be a nice feature though.
I'll just continue to put my movies into digital form myself and then put all six 2TB drives into one box
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Story:If you can prove that you own the disc, you can watch it on-demand. Pretty useful!
Then what does this line mean? I agree with you about the digitial box though, I like having 4TB of NAS and another 6TB in the file server.
InfinityzeN1:Then what does this line mean?
These are their rules for the service.
They state that it's for what you buy from them.
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