Many people believe that the time of physical content such as DVD and Bluray is coming to an end.
With the ability to purchase a movie or TV show online, and watch it in a matter of seconds, I can see the reasoning behind these thoughts, but nothing is further than the truth. More
Physical movie content comes in 2 forms. DVD or Bluray, thats it. But if you look at digital content, each brand and device category has their own movie store.
iTunes, which only works with Apple devices, Google Play that works only with Android devices, Samsung MediaHub Store which only works with Samsung devices, and so on.
To make things even worse, purchases from one location don't mix with those from another, so if you switch to something else, a non-Samsung device, or maybe even an iPhone, the content you purchased through these digital media stores will not work, and you will need to purchase your movies again.
On top of that, none of these stores take the content you already have into account, so if you want to watch your favorite movie on your TV and on your Galaxy S3, you will need to purchase it twice.
There are computer programs such as DVD Catalyst that do have the ability to import a movie from a DVD to a digital file on your computer. The Galaxy S3 doesn't have a DVD drive build-in, so in order to be able to watch a DVD on the Galaxy S3, the DVD needs to be converted into something that can be used with the Galaxy S3.
This guide explains how you can create video files for your Galaxy S3 from your existing collection, so that you can watch the movies and TV shows you already own, on your Galaxy S3.