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Star Trek: Stardate Collection (Region Free Blu-ray)

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Amazon.co.uk has Star Trek: Stardate Collection (Region-Free Blu-ray) on sale for £18.67 (price drops in cart) + £3.08 shipping = £21.75 or ~$29.45 USD. Thanks persian_mafia

Includes
  • Star Trek I: The Original Motion Picture
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
  • Star Trek V:The Final Frontier
  • Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • Star Trek Generations
  • Star Trek: First Contact
  • Star Trek: Insurrection
  • Star Trek Nemesis
  • Star Trek: Special Features
    • Star Trek: The Captain's Summit
    • Star Trek Evolutions
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Includes:
  • Star Trek I: The Original Motion Picture
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
  • Star Trek V:The Final Frontier
  • Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • Star Trek Generations
  • Star Trek: First Contact
  • Star Trek: Insurrection
  • Star Trek Nemesis
  • Star Trek: Special Features
    • Star Trek: The Captain's Summit
    • Star Trek Evolutions
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I'm holding out for a holographic remaster of the Star Trek movies. Smilie Smilie Smilie Or better yet, a holodeck interactive version.
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I used to do similar things with DVDs -- ripped hundreds of them and had them all curated, etc. But then I realized that I was spending a heck of a lot of time doing all of this, and had to have space to store the physical discs, etc. The introduction of Blu-ray just made it worse since ripping them takes longer and requires more storage, etc. So a few months ago I decided to just go totally digital and I've been enjoying it. I think there's something to be said for both approaches to be honest.
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I would hold out for a deal on a Google play bundle. But I don't buy physical media anymore.
I'm holding out for a holographic remaster of the Star Trek movies. Smilie Smilie Smilie Or better yet, a holodeck interactive version.
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I would hold out for a deal on a Google play bundle. But I don't buy physical media anymore.
Personally I'm waiting for the 8k TouchTunes edition myself. Think I'll pass too. Thanks for the heads up DavidD1855!
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Gawdammit wait a minute why are they blowing all these collections out.. wait, it is the equivalent of "sold by and shipped from" amazon in the USA? (not a 3rd party EU seller)

edit- well they somehow hit when the iron was hot for me on these Indiana jones and ST sets, couldnt pass
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I would hold out for a deal on a Google play bundle. But I don't buy physical media anymore.
So you don't actually control what you've leased.

I like having physical media. Can easily convert it to digital.
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So you don't actually control what you've leased.

I like having physical media. Can easily convert it to digital.
What software are you using to rip blu rays?
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What software are you using to rip blu rays?
Makemkv works really well.
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What software are you using to rip blu rays?
Makemkv+Handbrake
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So you don't actually control what you've leased.

I like having physical media. Can easily convert it to digital.
Yea, I'll jump in here too. Got in a debate on The Sopranos Blu Ray thread that I'd waaayyy rather buy the blu ray's, rip them to my Plex server, and then then own my online experience with my own media. They, of course, thought that I should stack my DVD's next to my laserdiscs and 8 tracks. (Don't have to pay to watch/listen to them, do I?)

There's lots of folks out there who would truly rather pay for their entertainment monthly than own it themselves. Can't say I get it but fyi. . . they're out there.

Lastly, I found a software called DVDFab about 10 years ago. It works really well. They even have regular updates for the latest blu-rays. I don't have it yet, but they also have a a new version for 4K discs (albeit you have to have a 4K disc drive attached to your computer)

And as I learned from my Sopranos Blu Ray argument, not everyone has a disc reader player . . . and apparently have never heard of an {Dr Evil air quotes} External Drriiiiiiveee.
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Pretty sure thise whole UK deal happens atlest once a year on box sets.
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Reminds me of my childhood days.
Wish it's digital.
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Isn't stardust just photons?
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Pretty sure thise whole UK deal happens atlest once a year on box sets.
Amazon France was killing it earlier this year. Picked up the Harry Potter and Game of Thrones collection for ridiculously cheap.
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