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post #1 of 4 Old 08-25-2014, 05:27 AM - Thread Starter
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Portable digital copies

Digital copies are typically offered with a good deal of blu-ray combo packs these days, and seem to consist primarily of an insert and code to be used for ULTRAVIOLET viewing on a portable device. I buy a good deal of blu-rays, but have no use for this "bonus" inclusion -- what are people similarly situated doing with them? I read one thread where they can be passed along through some part of the site blu-ray.com, but I didn't see anywhere that there was a marketplace on that site -- I'm not an official member, so is that the key? Other ideas? -- I've got a stack of inserts about 1.5 inches tall....
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Digital copies are typically offered with a good deal of blu-ray combo packs these days, and seem to consist primarily of an insert and code to be used for ULTRAVIOLET viewing on a portable device. I buy a good deal of blu-rays, but have no use for this "bonus" inclusion -- what are people similarly situated doing with them? I read one thread where they can be passed along through some part of the site blu-ray.com, but I didn't see anywhere that there was a marketplace on that site -- I'm not an official member, so is that the key? Other ideas? -- I've got a stack of inserts about 1.5 inches tall....
Try here.

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/298-media-codes/

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Thank you so much Mr.G and teachsac -- this appears to be just what I was looking for. I'll get started on that and inquire further if I find I may need another assist. Very helpful!
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