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The ONLY advantage of a digital copy is CONVENIENCE. That's it. A physical copy has better video and audio, not reliant on internet speed, guaranteed that you have ownership of the movie (even when the streaming company folds or they decide to not give you the rights to access the movie).
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If you travel but still want options to watch your collection. But at home I prefer physical.
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The streaming company may not fold but your "rights" to the movie you've bought may get revoked (change of license terms). Although like the apocalypse, most people won't believe it until it actually happens.
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Seeing as how very few of these include a digital copy it's a pass for me but otherwise that's a good deal!!
Why is digital important? I have never used a digital code.
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Why is digital important? I have never used a digital code.
If you travel but still want options to watch your collection. But at home I prefer physical.
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I've started to sell my 800+ Blu-ray collection because it's very inconvenient to actually mess with physical media. I find I'm also much more decisive when choosing something to watch or rewatch when I'm browsing my digital library. I highly recommend the switch to digital at least as far as movies/tv goes.
The ONLY advantage of a digital copy is CONVENIENCE. That's it. A physical copy has better video and audio, not reliant on internet speed, guaranteed that you have ownership of the movie (even when the streaming company folds or they decide to not give you the rights to access the movie).
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The ONLY advantage of a digital copy is CONVENIENCE. That's it. A physical copy has better video and audio, not reliant on internet speed, guaranteed that you have ownership of the movie (even when the streaming company folds or they decide to not give you the rights to access the movie).
I'd say convenience and access (when travelling). Definitely agree with you regarding the quality of video and audio, though.
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The ONLY advantage of a digital copy is CONVENIENCE. That's it. A physical copy has better video and audio, not reliant on internet speed, guaranteed that you have ownership of the movie (even when the streaming company folds or they decide to not give you the rights to access the movie).
Quality.. maybe. But the streaming company folding? C'mon. I'm betting on me losing/stepping on a physical disc long before amazon/walmart folds
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I've started to sell my 800+ Blu-ray collection because it's very inconvenient to actually mess with physical media. I find I'm also much more decisive when choosing something to watch or rewatch when I'm browsing my digital library. I highly recommend the switch to digital at least as far as movies/tv goes.
Do you have a Blu-ray.com listing?
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Why is digital important? I have never used a digital code.
For me at least my son is Autistic and he is now 25. It started with him taking a backpack full of DVD's and as he got older it became 3 backpacks and then a suitcase with a portable DVD Player with a screen. Then I would rip every movie he watched and put it on our Plex server which he could watch on his phone or tablet. Now with Movies Anywhere he can go to anyone's house in the family and be set with just the install of a simple app that any family member can install and understand. He can go on vacation and never miss a beat picking up right where he left off.

So if you want to send me your codes feel free.
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I think you're overstating the difference in v/a quality tbh. Most people wouldn't notice lossy audio differences unless they have $1000+ setup. I also have exceptional internet speeds, and pretty much every media library will allow you to port media out if it fails. The arguments I see against digital libraries now are the same points posited in the 90s and 2000s against mp3s. As far as I'm concerned, I'm only planning on keeping my criterions. 4K is probably the last physical media we'll see tbh so this is redundant.
The dynamic rage just feels different. Lossless feels like the speakers have more life to them. Guitar string plucking sounds more defined. This is of course if you have the proper gear. If you do, then more defined guitar strings and plucks is how it was meant to sound and be more life like and have you feel like you're there and adds to the enjoyment which is the point of it in the first place.
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Quality.. maybe. But the streaming company folding? C'mon. I'm betting on me losing/stepping on a physical disc long before amazon/walmart folds
The streaming company may not fold but your "rights" to the movie you've bought may get revoked (change of license terms). Although like the apocalypse, most people won't believe it until it actually happens.
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