If you've purchased a Blu-ray movie over the last decade and redeemed the digital download code, there's a good chance it ended up in your Ultraviolet library. There is an equally good chance that you have forgotten it. Now that the service has announced it will be shut down on July 31, you have six months to save them before they end up in digital oblivion.
The first thing you need to do is log in to your Ultraviolet account. If you've ever redeemed an ultraviolet code, you'll need to sign up for an account, so if you don't remember it, try the "Forgot your username or password" link. Ultraviolet has been around since the release Horrible Bosses 2011, so it goes back for a while.
Once you have logged in, you can check your library to see what is there. If there is anything you want to save, go to Settings and click Linked Services to see the services you have previously connected. If there are any, you should already see your Ultraviolet movies in these libraries, but if they show up depends on the studio, so it is best to link to a few different websites to make sure your titles end up somewhere when Ultraviolet goes away. 19659004] Ultraviolet Dealer "width =" 700 "height =" 469 "data-imageid =" 100786848 "data-license =" Supplied Art "/> Ultraviolet You can link your Ultraviolet movie collection to other services for To ensure that they do not disappear forever
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To see the available partners, click on Dealership, from where you can link your library to an external resource, which essentially copies your library to its store. but we recommend Vudu in front of everyone else. Vudu is Walmart's service and it includes all major studios, so the entire library is transmitted without a hitch. The entire process takes no more than a few minutes.
With your Ultaviolet library linked to Vudu, you can link your Vudu library to movies anywhere so you can merge your iTunes, Go ogle Play and Amazon Library in one. Vudu will also link all TV shows in your Ultraviolet library, but they will not appear in movies anywhere, including Paramount, MGM or Lionsgate movies.