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After 24 hours there is only 1000 DVD titles in the Databank???
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorwidescreenforever
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I personally add 100 titles yesterday and will do another 100 today.., But after one day my databank for adding a new title is only 439 ( 1. USA/ Canada)  and if I click on the box for any regions etc. that number SHOOTS up to 1044...  HUH ??  There used to be 344,000 titles in there. Where did they all go?  Checking over the 1044 titles,, I can see my 100.. where are the rest?  Is anyone besides me and Skip  contributing titles.,  ??       

I would have thought the data base would have 100,000 titles by today as the server is Busy is a constant reminder during the day.
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Terry
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorLithurge
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Try looking outside R1 

Guess the rest of the world is busier.
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There are currently 10,000+ R1 DVDs in the database and 15000+ DVDs total. There are about 6000 pending that need to processed.

-Gerri
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I see a total of 15,000+

Skip
ASSUME NOTHING!!!!!!
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roundabout 2% of the old DB so far 
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorLithurge
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roundabout 2% of the old DB so far 


How about plotting that one over time, old database = x years, new database = 1.5 days. 
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There are currently 10,000+ R1 DVDs in the database and 15000+ DVDs total. There are about 6000 pending that need to processed.
-Gerri


So I guess this is the part where Ken's been hearing from you something like: "Couldn't you have found a line of business with mentally sane costumers?! oh noooo Mr. Cole had to get himself with the profile submission maniacs!" 
With every passing hour our solar system comes forty-three thousand miles closer to globular cluster M13 in the constellation Hercules, and still there are some misfits who continue to insist that there is no such thing as progress.
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roundabout 2% of the old DB so far 


How about plotting that one over time, old database = x years, new database = 1.5 days. 


x years + bootlegs + personal made DVDs + badly "by title" added DVDs + loads of other crap...
With every passing hour our solar system comes forty-three thousand miles closer to globular cluster M13 in the constellation Hercules, and still there are some misfits who continue to insist that there is no such thing as progress.
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roundabout 2% of the old DB so far 


How about plotting that one over time, old database = x years, new database = 1.5 days. 


x years + bootlegs + personal made DVDs + badly "by title" added DVDs + loads of other crap...

Amen to that. The "old" online db was bloated to the max. Too many entries from the past (no covers, no substantial data) or entries added before release only to be found having a different EAN/UPC upon release, etc. etc.
Eric

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There are currently 10,000+ R1 DVDs in the database and 15000+ DVDs total. There are about 6000 pending that need to processed.

-Gerri


You are very correct Gerri,, My apologies.., I forgot to refresh tab at bottom of panel..

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I have a workround if you dont wanna - like me - to register every missing DVD manually:

- Register the DVDs with your "old" (but working  ) Profile 2.x
- After finishing, export your Database
- Import only the DVDs you added in the 3.x
- And if - dont no when this happens    - the online connection is working, you can add them to the database too!

Right guys and gals?
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- And if - dont no when this happens    - the online connection is working, you can add them to the database too!

Right guys and gals?


Err no you can add them now. The online connection is just for the display of your collection online.

Submitting profiles is how you add them to the database and this is working. Having said that Ken has indicated the bug fixing of the servers means they are behind on processing submissions, but that he reckons they'll be done by the end of the weekend.
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roundabout 2% of the old DB so far 


How about plotting that one over time, old database = x years, new database = 1.5 days. 


x years + bootlegs + personal made DVDs + badly "by title" added DVDs + loads of other crap...

Amen to that. The "old" online db was bloated to the max. Too many entries from the past (no covers, no substantial data) or entries added before release only to be found having a different EAN/UPC upon release, etc. etc.

Same here. I spend way too much time removing bad profiles, than adding/improving good profiles.
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But without getting more localities we'll have the same problem as in the old database, because people will contribute to wrong localities.
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There are currently 10,000+ R1 DVDs in the database and 15000+ DVDs total. There are about 6000 pending that need to processed.

-Gerri


Today I see we are up to 20,505  (with a refresh on line list )
Still have a long way to go to the old 300 G +  .

My updates today was over 27 MB in size !!!

Keep up the good work.,

( Oh, and Skip,- if you are reading this, sorry about the updated rear cover of Journey to Centre of The Earth I contributed the other day.   

What I did was submitted everything I had even with my personal locks in place and forgot about ' that' Rear Scan...............                )
In the 60's, People took Acid to make the world Weird. Now the World is weird and People take Prozac to make it Normal.

Terry
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Today I see we are up to 20,505  (with a refresh on line list )


25K now 
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