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Apple iTunes.com has Ferdinand (Digital 4K UHD Film) on sale for $4.99. Thanks persian_mafia

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can this be downloaded onto a NAS (or other local storage) and played locally, for example, by plex??
yes, u can download from itunes, it will download to Movies folder if you have a mac
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yes, u can download from itunes, it will download to Movies folder if you have a mac
FYI - you can't download 4K though.
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Bought for $7 on Black Friday. Just the Blu-ray version. Glad I didn't open it. Going to return and get this instead. Thanks OP.
What is the difference?
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What is the difference?
The 4K version has four times the resolution of the Blu-ray. The color range as well as the dynamic range of brights and darks is far greater than Blu-ray discs, making the images more lifelike. The only downside is that streaming movies are typically more compressed than their Blu-ray counterparts.
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