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Dimensions on a box set
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorDJ Doena
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I just checked and couldn't find anything in the rules

What about the 2D/3D info for a movie box set? Leave it out or check all appropriate checkboxes?
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorJeroenX
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Jike Subtitles, Audio & Disc Features, leave them out, I would say.
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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I just checked and couldn't find anything.

What about the 2D/3D info for a movie box set? Leave it out or check all appropriate checkboxes?

Had the same problem and have it treated like Features, Audio Tracks and Subtitles.

This is missing in the updated rules.
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Ken said that he purposely didn't make an exception in this category, so you would check all the contents of the box set. If it's all 2d movies, it would be 2d, some 2 & some 3d, you would check both, etc.
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Quoting Ace_of_Sevens:
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Ken said that he purposely didn't make an exception in this category, so you would check all the contents of the box set. If it's all 2d movies, it would be 2d, some 2 & some 3d, you would check both, etc.


So the option needs to stay on boxsets? As I have already seen contributions were the 2D option was removed from the parent.
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So the option needs to stay on boxsets? As I have already seen contributions were the 2D option was removed from the parent.


Removing the option from boxsets with multiple versions of the same film certainly sounds wrong to me; it's been a consistent rule that parents with multiple versions of the same film always keep all info for people who don't use the optional child profiles.

For regular boxsets of different films I can see the logic of removing the data and it being "child profile only" as per other details, but I can understand both ways of doing it.
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Yes, I think we should keep as much info as possible in the box set.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorsamuelrichardscott
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Boxsets are listed in the rules next to 'multiples' for colour:
Contains multiple programs which differ in their coloring methods (such as box sets or multi-film discs with a Colorized and Black & White version included).

So I would assume that we are to keep this info in the boxset section which is helpful to people like me who don't use child profiles.
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If the box set section in the rules does not contain an exception for a data element, standard rules apply.  So both dimension and color use standard rules for box sets.
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