Stream your DVD and Blu-ray™ collection via the cloud with VUDU In-Home Disc to Digital

We know how much you love to stream movies, so VUDU is making it easier to stream the DVD and Blu-ray movie collections you’ve spent years building anytime, anywhere.

With VUDU In-Home Disc to Digital – offered as a public beta today – you can convert many of your favorite discs to a digital format stored in the cloud and watch your movies on any VUDU-enabled device like your iPhone®, computer, Roku®, Xbox 360®, PlayStation® 3, connected TV and tablet.

Previously in private beta, VUDU’s In-Home Disc to Digital service uses VUDU software on your computer to convert a DVD or Blu-ray movie to a digital version accessible in the cloud. From today until August 31, 2013, convert your first disc for free, and get 50% off your final payment when you convert ten discs or more. See below for additional terms and conditions:
In-home Disc to Digital

*Offer ends August 31, 2013. For more terms and conditions, click here.

VUDU is able to offer this service with help from great technology partners: Gracenote uses video recognition technology to identify your disc and UltraViolet helps safeguard your movies with cloud storage.

Some additional perks from going disc to digital:

    Upgrade your DVD titles to HDX* and enjoy a better cinema experience.
    Help safeguard your movies by storing them in the cloud and make your collection more future-proof.
    With recent VUDU app updates on iOS® and Android™ tablets, you can now download movies you own to view offline and on-the-go.

Dig through that collection at home and convert your first DVD on us! Which movie will you convert first?


  • elaine

    August 18, 2013 at 5:14 pm

    love this feature- this allows me to take my favorite movies with me wherever i go- i travel a lot and it is like i am at home

    THANK you for doing this and at such a reasonable price!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jeff

    October 23, 2013 at 7:26 pm

    This is one of the best things to happen to movie lovers since the introduction of home video itself. Could this spell the end of an era of lost or damaged discs? Keeping the expense reasonable shows that consumers are finally starting to be heard. Bravo, guys!

  • nick

    April 20, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    is the first disc on us free is really free

  • Jchang

    April 21, 2014 at 9:06 am

    You get a $2 credit to convert a disc. But it expires, so use it soon!