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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantLowpro
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Looks like the "Video Formats\Dynamic Range" options (HDR10, Dolby Vision) have yet to be added.  Will try my hand at adding those tomorrow.  If I'm successful I'll chime back in.
My DVD/Blu-ray Collection
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Looks like the "Video Formats\Dynamic Range" options (HDR10, Dolby Vision) have yet to be added.  Will try my hand at adding those tomorrow.  If I'm successful I'll chime back in.

I updated my website today adding the "Dynamic Range" options.  End result shown below.

Dynamic Range: N/A


Dynamic Range: HDR10


Dynamic Range: Dolby Vision


Dynamic Range: HDR10/Dolby Vision


The required changes outlined below, the line items in bold.  Of course you can customize the "index.php" to your liking.  I decided on the formatting shown above, i.e. "Color Format (Dynamic Range)".  And click here to download a text file of the below as the single quotes without spacing shown below don't appear correctly.  Enjoy!

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schema.sql

formatdualsided tinyint unsigned default NULL,
formatduallayered tinyint unsigned default NULL,
drhdr10 tinyint unsigned default NULL,
drdolbyvision tinyint unsigned default NULL,
dim2d tinyint unsigned default NULL,
dim3danaglyph tinyint unsigned default NULL,

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incupdate.php

$f .= ',formatdualsided'; $v .= ','  . TrueFalse($dvd_info['FORMAT'][0]['FORMATDUALSIDED'][0]['VALUE']);
$f .= ',formatduallayered'; $v .= ','  . TrueFalse($dvd_info['FORMAT'][0]['FORMATDUALLAYERED'][0]['VALUE']);

$f .= ',drhdr10'; $v .= ','  . @TrueFalse($dvd_info['FORMAT'][0]['DYNAMICRANGE'][0]['DRHDR10'][0]['VALUE']);
$f .= ',drdolbyvision'; $v .= ','  . @TrueFalse($dvd_info['FORMAT'][0]['DYNAMICRANGE'][0]['DRDOLBYVISION'][0]['VALUE']);

$f .= ',dim2d'; $v .= ','  . @TrueFalse($dvd_info['FORMAT'][0]['DIMENSIONS'][0]['DIM2D'][0]['VALUE']);
$f .= ',dim3danaglyph'; $v .= ','  . @TrueFalse($dvd_info['FORMAT'][0]['DIMENSIONS'][0]['DIM3DANAGLYPH'][0]['VALUE']);

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lang_en.php

$lang['COLORIZED'] = "Colorized";
$lang['COLORUNSET'] = "[Color status unset]";
$lang['HDR10'] = "HDR10";
$lang['DOLBYVISION'] = "Dolby Vision";

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index.php

$dvd['format'] .= ' ' . $colours;

if ($dvd['format'] != '')
$dvd['format'] .= '';
$dr = ''
. (($dvd['drhdr10']==1)     ? "($lang[HDR10])": '')
. (($dvd['drdolbyvision']==1) ? "($lang[DOLBYVISION])": '');

if ($dvd['drhdr10']==1 && $dvd['drdolbyvision']==1)
$dr = "($lang[HDR10], $lang[DOLBYVISION])";

if ($dr == '') { $dvd['format'] .= '' . $dr; }
else { $dvd['format'] .= ' ' . $dr; }

if ($dvd['format'] != '')
$dvd['format'] .= ',';
My DVD/Blu-ray Collection
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorzeiram
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Looks like the "Video Formats\Dynamic Range" options (HDR10, Dolby Vision) have yet to be added.  Will try my hand at adding those tomorrow.  If I'm successful I'll chime back in.

I updated my website today adding the "Dynamic Range" options.  End result shown below.

Thanks a lot! I have to admit that I don't own any kind of 4K/UHD movies, so I'm having trouble to see what kind of features are pertinent to be added or not. 

I'll update the github repository with your proposed changes soonish.
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Looks like the "Video Formats\Dynamic Range" options (HDR10, Dolby Vision) have yet to be added.  Will try my hand at adding those tomorrow.  If I'm successful I'll chime back in.

I updated my website today adding the "Dynamic Range" options.  End result shown below.

Thanks a lot! I have to admit that I don't own any kind of 4K/UHD movies, so I'm having trouble to see what kind of features are pertinent to be added or not. 

I'll update the github repository with your proposed changes soonish.

Sounds good.  You'll want to copy and paste from the text file I linked to as the single quotes without spacing don't appear correctly within the forum post.  And yeah, I'm sort of in the same boat.  I only own 6 UHD Blu-ray releases and most of them were purchased due to the included Blu-ray having an improved transfer over the given stand-alone Blu-ray release. (All my equipment at home is limited to 1080p.) Hadn't even been using the UHD media type prior to now.  Just incorporated that.  Figured I'd add the "Dynamic Range" options as well, since they weren't already included.  Cheers.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorzeiram
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By the way, if you want to "profit" from the automatic schema updates when updating the collection, you need to also increase the value for "db_schema_version" in the schema.sql file, and the value of "$code_schema_version" in the global.php file...
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By the way, if you want to "profit" from the automatic schema updates when updating the collection, you need to also increase the value for "db_schema_version" in the schema.sql file, and the value of "$code_schema_version" in the global.php file...

Sounds like a plan.  Thanks for the tip!
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Thanks for running with this and updating.
As an aside works perfectly on Server 2019 and IIS.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorzeiram
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Still trying to polish a few things, so here's a new release of phpDVDProfiler. The change list:
  • add the display of dynamic range information (thanks Lowpro)

  • add 4K/UHD profiles and new features support to Pick-a-Flick

  • fix the Pick-a-Flick feature

  • fix the charset encoding in gallery and specific skins

  • remove support of MySQL 4.0


  • If you still need support of MySQL 4.0 because your host doesn't provide you with a newer version, change host! MySQL 4.0's end of support was in December 2008, it really should be left in peace now...

    As in the previous days, you can get the new release either from GitHub or my website.
    DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorAiAustria
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    Newbee question: Is there any tutorial or quick start guide for someone, who has no experience with PHP at all?

    I found the phpdvdprofiler-install.txt file. But this seems to be very basic information and some of the prerequisites seem to be outdated...

    Any suggestions?
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    DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantJMM
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    I'm by no means an expert, but if you want to PM me, I'll see if I can help.
    DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantJMM
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    Hi folks,

    I don't want to hi-jack this thread, as it's intended to get phpDVDProfiler up to date & working with more-recent versions of MySQL & PHP.

    Can anyone suggest a site or forum that I can post my help request for phpDVDProfiler?  I could create a new thread on these forums, but I think that might be frowned upon, as these are DVDProfiler forums .

    I need some help with my index.php file to get phpDVDProfiler to recognize & use dates prior to 31 December 1969.  I know why it does it (Unix timestamp), but I have other scripts that use MySQL & PHP that display dates correctly prior to then, most going back centuries (my genealogy database).  I know... there were no DVDs prior to 1970, you say .  The thing is, I use phpDVDProfiler slightly differently, in that instead of using the DVD release dates, I instead use that field for the dates that the movies were first released.

    The other thing that I need help with, is the section in index.php that extracts the IMDB numbers.  I've been trying for many months to get it to recognize, in addition to numbers, also alphabetical characters & symbols.  I can go into more detail once I find a proper place (site, forums, etc.) where you suggest I can post my questions.

    Thanks in advance, and be safe during these stressful times.

    Regards,
    John
    DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorzeiram
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    I need some help with my index.php file to get phpDVDProfiler to recognize & use dates prior to 31 December 1969.  I know why it does it (Unix timestamp), but I have other scripts that use MySQL & PHP that display dates correctly prior to then, most going back centuries (my genealogy database).  I know... there were no DVDs prior to 1970, you say .  The thing is, I use phpDVDProfiler slightly differently, in that instead of using the DVD release dates, I instead use that field for the dates that the movies were first released.

    This isn't as straight-forward as it should be, due to the way phpDVDProfiler stores the dates (as unsigned ints) in the database...

    Everything I describe here is untested, so proceed at your own risk!

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    First, you'll need to change the type of the column:
    ALTER TABLE dvdprofiler_dvd MODIFY released bigint signed default null;
    ALTER TABLE dvdprofiler_dvd MODIFY lastedited bigint signed default null;

    (In my personal export, the lastedited field had often a value of 1899-12-30... don't know why, but due to this fact the column also needs to be modified.)

    Then you'll have to modify the function my_mktime in the file functions.php. The line 535 should be changed from:
    if ($ret === false || $ret < 0) $ret = 0;

    to:
    if ($ret === false) $ret = 0;

    You should then be able to use dates prior to 1970 in the released field.

    Side note: this will NOT work with PHP 5.1 under Windows, as there's no support for negative timestamps there.
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    DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantJMM
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    Hi, Zeiram,

    Thank you for getting back to me with your 2 suggestions.

    I went ahead & took the risk, and made the change in functions for your 2nd suggestion.

    However, which file do I make the 1st suggestion changes in, for altering that table?

    Thanks in advance & have a great day.

    Regards & be safe,
    John
    DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorzeiram
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    However, which file do I make the 1st suggestion changes in, for altering that table?

    You need to execute them directly on the database, using a tool like phpMyAdmin for example. Please note that this action might well break the database auto-update feature from future releases.

    If you'd prefer a more easier and turn-key solution, you can open an issue here, and I'll see if I can devote some time for a proper solution. But I can't promise you anything (either regarding the time frame, or if it'll indeed end up in the code base...)
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