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  • Zoumbo Level 1 Level 1

    >>Printing " Watch, Anytime, Anywhere " on the box.

    >Use the Flixtser app on your iPhone or your computer.

     

    Should be clearly stated it´s not an iTune product besides the apple logo which is misleading.(mine is Gatsby)

     

    As stated I understood  I bought an iTune film.

     

    Beside this is there a way to ripp the DVD then load it on iTunes as it´ feasible for music CDs? (I paid for this...)

  • AliciaWag Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks. Unfortunately, that didn't work for me.

  • echopulse Level 1 Level 1

    Just because it's not in iTunes, does not mean it won't play anywhere, anytime. It will play on Apple PC's, iPhones, and iPads, you just need to use an app.

  • AliciaWag Level 1 Level 1

    I know; I just don't want to have to use an app. I'd rather it just be in my iTunes. Just my personal preference...

  • bailey#70 Level 1 Level 1

    A couple of people have brought up an interesting point... there are some new Blu Ray releases that state on the front that they contain UV duigital copies but nowhere on the cover do they seem to have the warning that they're not iTunes compatible.

     

    Personally I'm no longer buying Blu Rays - iroinically all the hassle over this has made me re-evaluate and by the time I've driven to the store to get the latest release it's actually working out more cost effective to just forgo the physical media and buy via iTunes, ok so I don't get all the extras (though iTunes Extras is going in the right direction) but then I don't always have time to watch all the guff anyway so in their effort to force us all onto UV the studios are actually doing more damage to those who continue to produce and sell the physical media.

     

    However when I am out and about I have been looking at the boxes... which is how I noticed the "Not iTunes compatible" message has been missing from some movies (assuming it hasn't been hiden by the store's price label).

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    AliciaWag wrote:

     

    I know; I just don't want to have to use an app. I'd rather it just be in my iTunes.

    iTunes is an app.

  • AliciaWag Level 1 Level 1

    OK, I don't want to have to use an app OTHER than iTunes. Let's not play semantics. I want all my stuff to be in the same place, & for me, that place is iTunes.

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    AliciaWag wrote:

     

    OK, I don't want to have to use an app OTHER than iTunes. Let's not play semantics. I want all my stuff to be in the same place, & for me, that place is iTunes.

    Yes, this is what this thread is about.

    Don't purchase DVDs unless it states it is iTunes compatible.

    It's exactly the same as buying Windows software and complaining it doesn't work on a Mac.

  • AliciaWag Level 1 Level 1

    Funny, I thought this thread was about trying to get one's digital Flixster or Ultraviolet downloads to play in iTunes. Silly me.

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    AliciaWag wrote:

     

    Funny, I thought this thread was about trying to get one's digital Flixster or Ultraviolet downloads to play in iTunes.

    Yeah, that's what I wrote.

  • AliciaWag Level 1 Level 1

    Right, OK.

  • Zoumbo Level 1 Level 1

    >>AliciaWag wrote:

    >>I know; I just don't want to have to use an app. I'd rather it just be in my iTunes.

    >Chris CA wrote:

    >iTunes is an app.

     

    No, you can't remove iTune, it´s not an app, it´s the iOS media manager.

     

    By the way, two effective answers on my question "how to rip DVD to put in iTune ?" have been removed, what´s wrong with this ?

  • Brenman2 Level 1 Level 1

    The almighty Apple Supreme Leader has deemed that the post contained "incorrect or misleading information" and removed my post and associated replies. Additionally they told me to "test" my answer. "When possible check that the answer works on your own computer before posting."

  • kgillham Level 1 Level 1

    Ha ha- same here. I feel your frustration.

  • Zoumbo Level 1 Level 1

    I'll check it , thanks for your help

    Chris CA wrote:

     

    Yes, this is what this thread is about.

    Don't purchase DVDs unless it states it is iTunes compatible.

    It's exactly the same as buying Windows software and complaining it doesn't work on a Mac.

    Well, the subject here is not mixing OS, it's having one media purchase working in the native environment, iOS embedding a store while Windows doesn't, so any comparison is sterile.

    Again this specificity of iOS implies that the digital media copy should be clearly stated as part  of iTunes or not if branded as "iOS compatible" .

    This causes an issue with AppleTV, the day a laptop software won't work with my mouse would be a major issue.

     

    Regarding Flixter, Airplay mirroring should work (haven't tried yet) ?

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