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I also agree.
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I'm a big fan of seeing the cover that will show when I pull it from the shelf.
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That was my thoughts too.
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Make sure you don't have the "Download profile from Invelos" box checked on the "Add DVD to Collection" window.
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Tags work great for any filter you want.
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It absolutely looks like they belong together. Unlike most slip covers from Region 1, the UK doesn't have a hole in it to read what's on the HD slim or HD Keep cases. This one is 2 separate UPCs.
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I have a dilemma. I bought this disc from Amazon which came from 3rd party WolfcreekTek which is region free from the UK. You can see the cover, in the database, for these discs under UPC8717418418526. The ones I received are the same disc IDs for the 3D disc and the 2D disc. My slip cover is a different UPC than the HD Keep Case inside. My slip cover is this and the HD Keep Case is this. This shows the HD Keep Case opened up.

What's the best way to handle contribution of these? For whatever reason I just can't make this jell in my own head.
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So then he is mentioned in the credits? I am talking about the disc credits not just the profile.
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I may be being dumb here, but is there a credit for him in the crawl? If there is then he should have the OMB credit.
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Quoting GSyren:
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Ken has said that it is not possible to write rules that cover every possible situation.

This is a very unusual situation, and there seems to be two possible ways to handle it;
1. Change the program the way CubbyUps suggests.
2. Change the rules, or barring that, bend the rules.

So, if a movie credit requires two Profiler credits in order to properly document it, then I would bend the rules and create two credits in Profiler, document the reason, and let the scanners decide if it is acceptable.

It is, of course, perfectly acceptable to ask for a program change to handle such situations, but in my opinion that's wishful thinking.

I agree.
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I think he's saying he plays the character "John Doe" (who is real) and the animated character "Doe John"...2 different characters. At least that's how I took it. Jump in here CubbyUps.
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Maybe we could do as other films with more than one role and list the person twice...I know this does not follow the rules exactly, but it would solve this and give more meaning to the DB.

Just my 2 pennies.
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Thanks ObiKen for the info, I had given up on 4K as being a bit to much for my wallet given all the upgrades I would need. The drives have come down in price which is getting me thinking about it again.
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Do you have enough hard drive space for the page file to work in. Possible bad RAM stick. I can't remember whether Win 7 allowed you to allocate how much ram space a program could use, but if it does, make sure it's not set to low. That's the best I can come up with just off the top of my head.
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The Twilight Zone: Season 1 (episode: Third from the Sun) Harry Wild
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Sorry about that, I did not pay attention to the forum I was in...Android. Mine does not show 4K Media Type either. Fortunately, I created a tag for 4K on my desktop.
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Quoting zarquon7:
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4K UHD is missing...

I see 4K UHD. What version of DVDP are you running? Make sure you are running the latest version including build (Version 4.0.0, build 1762). Also, do a database repair. If there were any errors, keep doing the repair until there are no errors.
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Quoting ADParker:
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I think those headings should be included, and I have seen a fair few database entries that include them, mostly TV shows which have the main cast with other supporting cast members listed separately.
I  would say that within the borders of the rules make a judgment call as to whether you think the dividers add to the quality of the information or not.

Ditto
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Yes, some of us do, per the rules.
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For me, it's 10 10' shelves that are continuous from one end to the other; then I have Genre dividers and finally, alphabetical within the Genre. I also have 10 5' shelves that do not have any discs on them right now because of my big cull 4 years ago...I got rid of over 1700 DVDs and replaced what I could with Blu-rays. The shelves are hand made.
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Quoting CubbyUps:
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Quoting T!M:
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Quoting CubbyUps:
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It's Yes it they are all the same.
It's Partial if not, as described above.

We don't do ...


All well and good...

I agree with both of you.
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I have this and used "The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Jimmy Stewart".
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invelos treats P. J. and P.J. as the same for common name purposes. So the numbers need to added together. However they should all be P. J. [P.J.] if it's listed as P.J. However, PJ is it's own animal.
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Quoting GSyren:
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I just bought the BD of George Méliès' A Trip to the Moon.
It is currently listed as Color. But it is actually shot in b/w and hand colored. There is no color alternative that really fits that, but my thinking is that Colorized is the one that comes closest.

Thoughts?

If you read the rules, colorized is what it is.
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I believe The Movieman meant View --> Windows --> and then check Cast and Crew.
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