Last week's Kaleidescape ruling has left us looking for new (and legal) ways to get our digital fix.
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Walmart Disc-to-Digital

The mega-retailer announced this service the same day as the Kaleidescape ruling. Coincidence or conspiracy? Either way, this is one of the few options that allows consumers to turn existing DVD and Blu-ray purchases into digital copies—with the blessing from major film studios. That means it’s nice and legal. It’s just not free. Starting April 16, consumers will need to bring their butts and their DVDs and/or Blu-rays into any local Walmart. From there, for a small fee, customers can get access to digital versions of compatible titles through the Walmart-backed VUDU service.

Price: $2 each ($5 for an SD-to-HD upgrade)
The Buzz: “WalMart disc-to-digital scheme requires users to take discs to store, then *pay* to have them uploaded. DOA.” — Peter Kafka, All Things D

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