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Where is my downloaded digital copy

I bought "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" with the digital copy. Come to find out regrettably that it is not on iTunes anymore. I downloaded it onto my computer after jumping the hoops of signing up on Flixster and Ultraviolet. 2 GB of download later, I still can locate my file on the computer. Can someone help me locate the downloaded copy? Unless ultraviolet drastically improves, I will NEVER buy any ultraviolet digital copy EVER AGAIN.
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  • I still can't watch my Movies I downloaded to Flixter!! What good is it to have?
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  • How do I redeem a Marval Comics Iron Man III digital download?
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    What happens to MY digital copy that I PAID FOR when Flixster / Ultraviolet inevitably goes out of business due to unsatisfied customers?

    Don't get me wrong, I actually like the streaming option and download options for when I travel. It keeps me from filling up my ipad with twelve movies when I will probably only watch one or two during the trip. I simply download my Flixster / UV movie into my Ipad Flixster app at the hotel or the night before my flight. I don't like how it disappears off of the device after a while, though. I should be able to select what stays in storage and what stays on the server - after all, it is MY digital copy, right Flixster?

    But while I do like the app and streaming, I want to be able to keep a copy downloaded at home to watch on my computer, stream on my Apple TV, or whatever.

    The reality is that what we are being sold is NOT a digital copy! This is false advertising. Either change the name of the product to "digital access" or something similar, or GIVE ME MY DIGITAL COPY AS AN ACTUAL USABLE FILE instead of a bunch of proprietary pieces that force me to use MY property in YOUR way!
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  • Used flixster for the first time for my "digital copy" of FnF6 after being given the DVD for Christmas.

    I'm sorry but even the process of redeeming the "copy" was too long and retarded.

    When will they realize that the legitimate way of getting a digital movie needs to be EASIER than the illegal methods, NOT harder?

    They complain about piracy killing the movie industry but they refuse to wake up and move with the times.

    For me, I feel justified. If I have the DVD/BR of a Movie, I will also feel morally justified in downloading a torrent of the same movie for my mobile devices and home network.

    Sod em.
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  • Exactly, with iTunes you log in and just download it from the store; even though iTunes 11 complicated the process it's still much simpler; and you can use it offline and register up to 5 PC's at once.

    Now I'm so geek that I beta-tested the abacus and hacked the Rubik's Cube, but even I only have 4 computers that I use, and only 3 of those have iTunes installed; but it's easy to download the videos.

    Zune is somewhat easy too, though somewhat flawed in my experience.

    But to need to create 2 accounts and then use one to access the other is stupid.

    And I agree Mr. Winter; they complain about piracy being theft, but they're taking our money and giving us nothing in return, so if we're illegally downloading a movie and they define it as theft, perhaps they should look in the mirror and see them doing it in reverse on a grand scale.

    I bet if we all admitted to illegally downloading movies they'd try to track us down, but they know that we can't do the same because our combined wealth for our entire lives couldn't afford to get a team of lawyers to take them on; it's out-and-out bullying.

    I paid £15.50 for my BluRay 3D of Despicable Me 2; I don't really care about digital copies, but if I'm paying for it, I deserve to be able to use it, considering the mark-up on media, even digital media, it's even more of a rip-off; heck, make it an extra option; reduce the price to £10 and forget the digital copy.

    Unfortunately though, they'll never go out of business, Flixster is owned by Warner Bros., (and considering Flixster is run by a bunch of Mickey Mouse's it's quite an irony).
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