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Agreed.
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Agreed. That particular section of the Contribution Rules is called Disc Features... 
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You may not want to announce "final" versions, Gunnar! Chances are some idea will pop up at some point... 

Anyway: many thanks for all the work you continue to put in. Much appreciated!   
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Agreed.
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The way to deal with multi-movie sets is through box sets:
http://www.invelos.com/dvdpro/contributions/Rules.aspx?display=boxsets

If there are several movies on one side of a disc, use the alternate versions feature.
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So would I.
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Bending the rules? Sacrilege!     
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And since you're indicating you're British, you may want to set UK as your default locality:
go to Tools / Options / Default
and make the necessary changes as you see fit.
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Welcome to you, Bernard!
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Here's how I would do it. Enter the profile of the box by Disc ID of the first disc in the set using the alternate version feature, and enter the individual disc profiles by their respective Disc IDs. If there are discs containing several feature films, the alternate version feature can be used for those as well.
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... and rule updates and clarifications.
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So would I.
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Hear hear!

IMDb may be fairly complete, it's also very inaccurate - not even mentioning the licensing issues related to using their database. DVD Profiler's license fee might be quite different (higher) if it were to use IMDb data.
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HDR10 is the mandatory baseline HDR technology on UHD blu-ray discs, while Dolby Vision is an optional extra. Hence if nothing is specified, it's safe to assume you're dealing with HDR10.

https://www.fiercecable.com/video/hdr-standards-competitive-tempo-picks-up-2018
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Welcome to the Asylum! 
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Yes, please. Your contributions are always great. 
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Welcome to the asylum! 
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Ha! Ignorance is bliss, indeed. More and more I'm convinced the DVD format will be dead and buried before we get around to fixing all profiles we own that need fixing.
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This is what the Alternate Versions feature is for.
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Also merely an observation: I'm experiencing similar problems when synchronizing to my iOS app version of DVDProfiler  through the online, with the iOS version often refusing to download or update images. So the problem might be in the online's synchronizing mechanism.
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You may want to check out our fellow user mediadogg's LoadDVD plugin.
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They shouldn't be or have been allowed in the online database. But in view of all the crap in there, it's no surprise that they're in there.
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I use Accessories for e.g. calibration discs.
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I would agree with listing 2D.
It's about managing expectations of potential buyers of such box sets as far as I'm concerned. BTW the rules are not entirely consistent on this issue. E.g. while they explicitly forbid entering audio tracks on box set profiles, video format is not explicitly forbidden.
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If it does not specifically address this film (only), I would treat it as Other.
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