DIGITAL HD FAQS
What is Digital HD?
Digital HD is the way to buy, collect, access and enjoy your favourite movies digitally by streaming or downloading in stunning high definition.
What devices will play Digital HD movies?
Once a Digital HD movie has been purchased, you can watch it on your TV, computer, tablet, smartphone or laptop.*
* Features may vary by device, provider and location.
Where can I buy Digital HD?
You can buy Digital HD on a number of digital retailer websites and portals, including iTunes, Google Play, BigPond Movies, Fetch TV, Microsoft Store, PlayStation Store and Dendy Direct. Visit your preferred retailer, pick the movie you want and select "Buy HD" to add to your Digital HD collection.
Do I have to buy Digital HD movies from the same retailer?
No, you can purchase Digital HD movies from any digital retailer, including iTunes, Google Play, BigPond Movies, Fetch TV, Microsoft Store, PlayStation Store and Dendy Direct.
Where are my movies stored and how can I access them?
Your Digital HD movies are stored on the retailer's digital cloud where they were purchased. Simply use the retailer’s website, app, or device to access your collection. With iTunes, Google Play, BigPond Movies, Fetch TV, Microsoft Store, PlayStation Store and Dendy Direct, your Digital HD movies can be downloaded and stored on your local device.
What is a digital cloud?
Many retailers offer a digital cloud to give you the flexibility to manage storage space on your devices and to help keep your collection safe. Visit your preferred retailer's websites to learn more about their digital cloud service.
Can I watch my movie in High Definition?
Yes, your Digital HD movie can be watched in High Definition. For the best experience, watch your Digital HD movie on your big screen HDTV.
The quality you actually see depends on the optimization the digital retailer makes for your device and your Internet connection speed.
Do I need to purchase special equipment to watch Digital HD movies?
You do not need special equipment or additional technology other than an active Internet connection and a supported device that meets the minimum system requirements.