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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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Many thanks again, Gunnar!   
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It's probably because of the word "Prosthetics" in the company header. The Invelos crew table lists "Prosthetic Make-Up" as one of the aliases for Make-up Effects, and if there are credits listed, that's where I would expect them.

Of course you're right that "Suit Construction Supervisor" does not remotely resemble any allowed crew credit.
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In the same statement by Ken that T!M was referring to, he also said the following:

"If they are not selectable via either of the above options, next to determine is whether they are selectable through an alternate button press method or alternative player configuration (not via hardware changes).  If so, enter them as an easter egg, with applicable instructions.  If not, exclude them."

As no hardware change is required, this suggests the French subtitles can be added as an easter egg.
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You don't need to erase the title. You can create a new (child) profile for the DVD, using the DVD's Disc ID, and enter the correct data for the DVD (which you can to a large extent copy from the existing blu-ray profile).

Subsequently you can add the DVD child profile to the box set contents of the blu-ray parent profile.
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From the Contribution Rules:

"Sets containing the same film on multiple media types (such as a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack) are to be entered as a normal profile for the main media type (Blu-ray in this example), with all included media types checked. A combo which includes HD media (HD-DVD, Blu-ray) as well as DVD should use the details from the HD media in the main profile. However, you may add an additional profile by Disc ID for the DVD content and add this profile to the Box Set contents for the Blu-ray profile."
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I think the rules do not really address this particular (and peculiar!) situation.

What I would probably do with this one is create a main profile for the Italian/German version and a bonus film child profile for the US/English version. I know that's stretching the rules for bonus films a bit, but I do not really see an alternative way to do justice to the strange characteristics of this release.
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Where in the rules does it say not to enter them?
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I've noticed this behaviour as well, even more on the iOS app than the PC application.
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Great work, Gunnar, as per usual!   
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Quoting Graugaard:
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They have included an optin in "features & Format" to choose if the Disc has HDR10 or Dolby Vision. If the disc does not have any of them, none has to be selected.

As to TVs stating on the screen what type of HDR it is, they normally only shows HDR, if the souce is HDR or HDR10 not what type of HDR it is.
Or Show Dolby Vision, if the TV supports This.
All though HDR on broadcast material is different, and the TV should show HDR-HLG


If there's no indication of which flavour of HDR it is, you can rest assured it's HDR10, as that is required on all HDR discs.

Dolby Vision is always an "extra" and will always be listed as such, while HLG is a standard developed specifically for broadcasts. AFAIK there are no discs with HDR10+ or the Technicolor HDR variant as of yet.
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No apology needed and good luck with your ordeals!
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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(For those who didn't get that "joke": https://www.thelocal.de/20180124/berlin-university-outrages-artist-by-erasing-his-poetry-over-sexism-allegation)


Copying the web address works, clicking the link does not.
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Not exactly. For instance for Chinese, you have Mandarin and Cantonese as spoken languages and Traditional and Simplified as written languages. So the contents of both sections cannot always coincide.
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So do I. The new scans are better, no question.
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That would make me wonder how you were able to print wirelessly to a printer in the other room.
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You can control the adding child profile behavior in Tools / Options / Defaults - bottom right: Check for child profiles during add. There may be an option to set Collection Number to None by default somewhere, but I don't see it right now. If there isn't one, you have to remember to set Collection Number to None in the Personalize DVD section while adding new child profiles, and then you're fine.
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In Tools / Options / Display there is a tick box where you can set how you want box sets displayed.

Moreover, when you add a box set to your collection, the program will ask you whether or not you want to accept child profiles. It works in such a way that there is a "parent profile" for the set as a whole and then "child profiles" for the individual movies or discs within that set.
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On any given profile you can select DVD / Personalize and next to Collection Number tick the box for None. Click OK and you're done.

There may be ways to do this in bulk rather than one by one - perhaps fellow users can tell you more about those.
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Quoting Ace_of_Sevens:
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It already does this when adding them.


Indeed. The only thing it doesn't do is copy the currency (when different from the default currency) from the parent profile, which I think is kind of stupid. Even though the amount will be zero for child profiles, the currency should still match the parent profile, I think. With large box sets this takes a lot of manual labour to correct. So that would be my feature request.

I wouldn't mind Pete's request either.
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Yes, you need HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2.

Mind you, HDMI 2.1 is coming. But then again, there will always be new things on the horizon.
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