Your Netflix DVD rental history might be filled with hidden gems or embarrassing choices. Netflix’s DVD.com business is now offering members a chance to save that history in PDF format. DVD.com members can download their history here.
After a quarter of a century, Netflix is shutting down its DVD.com business on September 29. The DVD mailing business was once Netflix’s core bread and butter before it went on to create its streaming business and transform how we watch content. It’s dwindled over the last few years with diehards sticking to the physical disc format, which Netflix is rewarding with free discs that customers won’t have to send back.
It’s the end of an era, but you can mark the occasion by preserving your DVD history in digital format. The company also added a CSV option for all you spreadsheet jockeys out there.
While Netflix is getting out of the physical disc business, that doesn’t mean media companies are giving up on the format. Disney+, for instance, is releasing Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm original shows on Blu-Ray and 4K Ultra HD starting later this month.