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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorThe Movieman
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Would it be done like a standard box set (i.e. blank main profile and three separate child profiles) or the main profile being Incontrol and then two child profiles for the other movies? Not sure if it matters, but Incontrol has its own disc, the other two are together on a disc.
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One parent profile for Incontrol and two child profiles for the bonus feature films.
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One parent profile for Incontrol and two child profiles for the bonus feature films.


Thanks. 
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorMithi
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One parent profile for Incontrol and two child profiles for the bonus feature films.


That would be my line of thinking too. UPC for parent, DiskID and DiskID-Variant#1 for the movies.
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One parent profile for Incontrol and two child profiles for the bonus feature films.


That would be my line of thinking too. UPC for parent, DiskID and DiskID-Variant#1 for the movies.

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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorThe Movieman
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Ok, so someone else submitted the main profile before me so I'm not sure if I'm in the right or not. Can anyone look it over and see? I submitted my updates but if I'm not correct, I don't want to override what might be correct per rules.

The UPC is: 096009-488642
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorWigram
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I agree with the changes that your contribution brings.

However, something is fishy about this release: The UPC is not registered with upcindex.com and it does not seem to be in the library of the MC (http://www.echobridgeac.com) 
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I agree with the changes that your contribution brings.

However, something is fishy about this release: The UPC is not registered with upcindex.com and it does not seem to be in the library of the MC (http://www.echobridgeac.com) 


Thanks.

Not sure why it's fishy. I (and presumably the initial contributor) bought it from Wal-Mart.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorWigram
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Not sure why it's fishy.

At first glance, there is no trace of that UPC on the Internet: Google, amazon, dvdlist.kazart.com, for instance, do not recognize the number.

However, I think I understand why. There might be a printing mistake on the cover. 96009488642 does not exist, but 096009488246 does: A search with that UPC on amazon.com lead to Incontrol. So does a search on upcindex.com or dvdlist.kazart.com.
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Not sure why it's fishy.

At first glance, there is no trace of that UPC on the Internet: Google, amazon, dvdlist.kazart.com, for instance, do not recognize the number.

However, I think I understand why. There might be a printing mistake on the cover. 96009488642 does not exist, but 096009488246 does: A search with that UPC on amazon.com lead to Incontrol. So does a search on upcindex.com or dvdlist.kazart.com.


Ah, interesting. Not sure I've seen that happen before. But it is Echo Bridge 
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