DVDs or streaming?

Blackrose
Yamainu

(10-15-2021, 07:45 AM)Grungie Wrote: Well you were complaining about it being a hassle to be “extra careful” with handling discs.

I wasn't complaining, was just saying that it scratches easily but I don't know much about blu ray as I haven't had a chance to interact with it so I wouldn't know how durable it is or isnt

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Grungie
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(10-15-2021, 09:48 AM)Blackrose Wrote: I wasn't complaining, was just saying that it scratches easily but I don't know much about blu ray as I haven't had a chance to interact with it so I wouldn't know how durable it is or isnt

DVD’s really don’t scratch that easily. That’s why I said you’re making it sound more fragile than it actually is. You’d be surprised at seeing scratches on discs and they still work perfectly fine.

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kadenmire
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(10-14-2021, 06:41 AM)Grungie Wrote: That’s why I tend to go and buy hard copies of my favorites. You can say the same for digital copies as well. If you take care of your physical or digital media, your stuff will last ages, even after the streaming service pulls it off.

I still have songs I bought on iTunes 10+ years ago that no longer exist on their service, but I still have the files.
True but a lot of companies like amazon and FUNimation say you have purchased the content but won't let you download it. So do you really own it?

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Grungie
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(10-15-2021, 09:31 PM)kadenmire Wrote: True but a lot of companies like amazon and FUNimation say you have purchased the content but won't let you download it. So do you really own it?

That’s if you’re trying to re-download it. If it’s been downloaded, they can’t do anything about it. That’s why I mentioned the stuff I downloaded on iTunes that no longer exist there, but since I have the files, they can’t take it from me like streaming services do.

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