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Quoting rdodolak:
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It makes me wonder if Invelos is filtering them out on purpose.

It is more likely that DVD Profiler, and AnyDVD, uses the same way to generate (and recognize) a DiscID from a physical disc as the old CDrom.sys.
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Quoting GSyren:
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Personally I use AnyDVD so all disc IDs that I contribute will be the "correct" IDs. But I'm not sure how useful they will be, since most users will not be using AnyDVD.


One could argue that the correct discID is the one that does not use a driver built to remove copy preventions, something deemed illegal is some countries. I sure hope that most users are not using any of those decripters. I do not.
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Quoting scotthm:
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I vote for option two.  It makes your life easier and no one will ever complain about it.


I agree. Also, wondering which is best for the online database, I would hesitate to remove data which, although undocumented, has not been proven wrong.
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Quoting samuelrichardscott:
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Set shipping rates at:
£1.99 for UK for up to 40 items.
£4.99 for Europe for up to 20 items.
£12.99 rest of world for up to 20 items.

Are those rates per item or for any number of items up to the limit indicated? For instance, for 5 items shipped to Canada, is it £12.99 or £64.95?
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Quoting DEPECHEMODE:
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Bonjour si j'installe loaddvd pro est ce que je pourrais visionner via un lien externe (la BA d'un film ajouté à ma collection).
si c'est le  cas ou pourrais je installer ce plugin
merci bcp


This is a translation of the question:

"Hi, if I install LoadDVD pro, will I be able to view, using an external link, the trailer of a movie added to my collection.
If I can, how do I get the plugin?"

À Depechemode: que voulez vous dire exactement par "via un lien externe"?
Aussi, Mediadogg suggère de continuer la discussion dans le forum dédié aux plugins LoadDVD.
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Since the problem was identified, I have been wondering what to do. Linking the physical disc to its profile is essential to maintain the database functionality. It is unreasonable to expect every contributor to revert to the old cdrom.sys driver, or to replace the driver with a decrypter, like anyDVD. Therefore, I have  started to contribute the new DiscID for all DVD profiles where I provided the initial DiscID.
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Quoting mreeder50:
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OK, I tried to reply to this thread just to preview a very small image, 23KB jpg, after conversion. I can copy the other images in this thread and preview them just fine, but not the one I convert. What am I doing wrong?

Be sure to use the proper img tag for forum posts: [img      /], not the standard html tag: <img        >
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Cool! It even works for animated gifs. Thanks guys!
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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If you buy a DVD on Amazon.com, it's still a US locality.


One should not be to hasty though; amazon.com offers many DVD from other localities, e.g. Rowan Atkinson's Maigret, a UK release. The rating on the cover is a safer way to ascertain the locality.

On amazon.ca, titles are often available in the US locality, in the Canada locality (.3), and sometimes also in the Canada Quebec locality (.19). Only the cover (rating, language, copyright notice...) helps to sort it out.
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According to upcindex.com, this release is registered in the United Kingdom.
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Quoting mediadogg:
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A couple of years ago (I think), I lobbied Ken for a way to incorporate "user defined profile IDs" into the database. Long story short - he did it.

So the database can handle a profile ID that starts with "_", followed by 15(?) other characters (don't remember the restrictions on the character set). This offers the opportunity for a whole class of semi-official profile IDs that can be created, that can never conflict with UPCs, manual IDs or Disc IDs.

Thanks for reminding us of this hidden feature ((link to your original post for ID format details). Anybody ever designed a way to easily create such profiles?
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There. You got two answers this time.
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Quoting CharlieM:
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I am going to try this again, I did not get much of a reply from last time.

Well. Gee. Thanks...
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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Should be fixed


It is! 
Thanks!
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