Hopefully this will help some one out there like me who purchased Harry Potter 7 pt 2 and was a bit disappointed that WB had decided to go through some service called UltraViolet (through Flixster) rather than providing a iTunes compatible digital copy, you get stuck with their proprietary player, etc.. etc... However if you contact their support, they will send you an iTunes code to download the movie through iTunes. Here's what I did: I submitted a support ticket through: http://support.ultraviolet.flixster.com/ics/support/ticketNew.asp Filled in Name/Email Put in a Summary (something to hte effect of the movies not working on iOS devices and needingthem in iTunes) Put in the Comment/Question that I need the movies in iTunes and that is why I buy didgital copies so that I can watch them on my iOS devices, otherwise I wouldn't buy them... etc... You may also want to save yourself some back and forth in emails and give them your origional redemption code that came in the DVD/BR sleeve. Filled in Issue Type as "Playback" Device as iPhone/iPad (don't remember which I put) Title as "Harry Potter 7 - Part 2" Rate your Flixster UV Experience: I put "Poor" Clicked the Finish Button. With a couple emails back and forth for the redemption code, etc. (they were polite and understanding I must say) they sent me an iTunes redemption code that has downloaded the following files: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 / David Yates [1.77 GB] Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 - iTunes Extras / David Yates [About 0.55 GB] All in all it was about 30 minutes from the time I submitted the ticket, to when I was starting to downloading the movie in iTunes. It's dumb that you have to go through this, but at least Flixster was pleasent about it I suppose.