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How to add DVD and Blu-Ray to the iTunes library



Whether you use iTunes to play all the digital multimedia content or if you are switching from physical discs to digital format , at some point you will wonder what to do with your Blu-rays and DVDs.

Apple introduced iTunes 6 in the fall of 2005, this version providing users with the ability to purchase popular television series. A little later, in 2008, the company of the bitten apple implemented the digital copy of movies for iTunes.

Now, to this day, Apple offers a total of more than 65,000 movies , some of them with 4K compatibility, iTunes extras and much more.

ITunes movie library 



If you are thinking of moving to the digital age and convert all your DVDs to this format, iTunes is a great platform for it.

The benefits of an iTunes digital library include the ability to view content on multiple devices , browse and browse to select all your movies in one place, and access your content via the Internet.

To start, you should simply buy your first movie in iTunes. The films are available in standard definition or in high definition formats.


    If you do not want to buy a movie, a series or any digital content, you can rent it for a much more affordable price . The rented videos from iTunes are available for 30 days and expire 48 hours after they are played.

    ITunes content can be played on iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Apple TV and iPod touch.


How to add physical DVDs to your iTunes library 



There are two very simple options when passing all movies on Blu-ray or DVD in your iTunes library. But you should keep in mind that this is not possible with all discs.
1. Digital copy

    If your Blu-ray or DVD includes a digital copy, you simply have to follow the steps that they dictate inside the box of the disc to acquire them in iTunes.

    If your movies do not support digital copying, you can try Vudu and Movies Anywhere.

2. Vudu + Movies Anywhere

If you've never heard of Vudu, you should know it's a kind of iTunes store. But it also allows you to convert some movies that you have on disk to digital format.

"Movies Anywhere" belongs to Disney, and offers the possibility to link your account with iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and Amazon Prime.

1. Register in Vudu and convert your discs to digital format for a small fee.

2. Link your Vudu account with your iTunes account on Movies Anywhere and you're done.

Via | iDropNews  

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