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For the right price and quality that is, that is where the "idea" of digital is appealing, just not at current price and quality levels.

Say you had your entire film collection on your system with backups at all quality, does that appeal to you? Ease of use and so forth?

Disc media is not dead, not when it is still commonly used by millions of people, the only time it would die for a lot of people is when you can get the exact same quality as the disc for less.

asked Jan 25 '12 at 20:41

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edited Jan 26 '12 at 05:26


I would love it. My only problem would be having to get quite a large hard drive. However, DVDs are a little annoying on the go. And thats usually when I get movies out. So it would definitely be nice. I know some blu-ray movies now include the "digital copy" which I find very neat.

answered Jan 25 '12 at 21:37

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The digital copy is handy for my phone.

Now if you had the blu-ray film on your system itself not compressed. Take up a bit of space, I can see the appeal, media center, all films and shows a click away.

(Jan 25 '12 at 21:50) Xiro Xiro's gravatar image

I love digital movies over dead-media movies. They are easier to watch where I want to watch them!

answered Jan 26 '12 at 04:05

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The only way to get any quality and price would be to archive ones own collection. If I can get used blu-rays for five dollars (hit and miss for what films they are) I am not spending more for less quality. The "idea" of digital films is nice though. Not that it is hard to take a disc and place it in a player, it is just much easier to click a file, even more so with television programs.

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