I just picked up The Prince Of Persia
on DVD. A terrific movie, BTW.
I really enjoyed it.
I purchased the regular DVD copy, no frills. There is, however, a Blu-Ray combo pack available. Here's the description:
Limited Time Disney Blu-ray Combo Packs include a Blu-ray and a DVD of the movie in one package. Combo Packs provide unprecedented value, quality and versatility with the exceptional picture and sound of Blu-ray and the extended utility of DVD. You can enjoy the incredible high definition experience of Blu-ray at home, and use the DVD in the kids' room, in the car, or on your computer. Disney Blu-ray Combo Packs are the perfect way to start your Blu-ray collection; DisneyFile Digital Copy: Many Disney Blu-ray Combo Packs also feature a DisneyFile Digital Copy of the movie to enjoy anytime, anywhere on Mac, PC, or compatible portable devices. DisneyFile Digital Copy is available in both iTunes and Windows Media formats and it takes just minutes to transfer the movie to your computer or portable device. Your favorite Disney movie is ready to go, wherever you go! To find out more, visit DisneyFile.com; "An Unseen World: Making 'Prince Of Persia'"; Deleted Scene: "The Banquet: Garsiv Presents Heads"; "CineExplore: 'The Sands Of Time'": Take control of the dagger and use it to unlock secrets behind your favorite scenes! Turn back time and uncover over 40 spellbinding segments - including "Walking Up Walls", "Filming In Morocco", and "Ostrich Jockey Tryouts" ? with this exclusive interactive feature. Blu-ray puts you in control.
Anyhow, it's the digital copy info that caught my attention. Because, on the one hand they'll give you a digital copy to install to your Windows
computer, but they placed copy protection on the DVD so a person can't make their own digital copy. K9copy doesn't work.
So, as long as you run Windows, you can get a digital copy. If you use Linux and have the tools to make your own digital copy, well, forget it.