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A Director of Photography gets that credit only if that appears on screen.

Someone gets credit for Cinematographer if the onscreen credit is "cinematography" or "photography."

The rules exclude camera operators for both credits.
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I think it's mostly membership declining, which leads to less people contributing.  IMO, the hands-off approach Ken has taken to the software has not helped keep the community engaged, and a disengaged community results in people abandoning the contribution process and just using the software locally.
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AFAIC, an old movie = classic Hollywood, so anything made before 1970 (technically, 1968).
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It's a pretty amazing documentary, and I learned a lot about jazz that I didn't know, though as I'm composing my review over at letterboxd, the biggest issue is the intense focus on the first six decades, and how it falls down on jazz after 1960. 

As for Pete, you know you enjoyed it!  Or, at least, if you didn't, it's your own fault for putting it on the list!    I'd say you could get some revenge and we'd watch Navy Seals vs. Zombies together, but you already watched it without me!

I love Ken Burns, and I'm looking forward to us watching Vietnam and The Civil War in the future!

Who knows, I like Ken Burns enough that I might even watch Baseball at some point, and sports are really not my thing.
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Quoting iPatsa:
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You can turn off the media banners under Tools -> Edit Media Types, select your media type, unselect Use default banners and select None for both front and back banners.


omg, thank you.  That was so easy!
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Off topic, but mediadogg, would BulkEdit enable me to get rid of the media banner on all the images in my database?  So I don't have to go through and click "off" individually for each side of each profile?
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They have the app, and from the app you can synchronize with online profile.
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Had that problem from my PC.  I was having a lot of connectivity issues, and once I fixed those and then uploaded, had no problems.
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Quoting Rizor:
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We're contributing uncredited animals now?! 

Trigger's first appearance is in The Adventures of Robin Hood, uncredited, as Marian's horse.  The earlier Roy Rogers films don't have an onscreen credit for Trigger either, he only gets screen credit in the later films.

I even had to add a birth year for Trigger (1932) because there are at least 4 other animals with screen credit in other films (a cat, 2 dogs, and another horse) .
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Occasionally.  It has to not be available on blu-ray, I have to really want it, and I have to consider that it will be unlikely to come to blu-ray.  This year so far I've bought 3.
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Collection -> Reassign Collection Numbers
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Quoting kd5:
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Why would changes that were made to this 2-Movie Collection, a wholly different video with a different UPC#, try to overwrite everything (covers, profile, overview + + + ) in this completely different single movie release?  Why would those attempted changes have even been approved? 


Because the two discs are the same between the two packages and someone didn't correct the problem by making a new profile for the other release via creating an alternate ID profile.

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This is helpful for people who have the same disc in different sets in their collection.

Yup.  I have 4 copies of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, because it's in four different collections.
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From Killer Tomatoes Eat France!

... Tourist Who Has to Go
... Marie's father, Frenchy
... Marie's mother, Marie
... Marie's sister, Marie
... Handsome French Guy
... Keeper of the Shoe
... The Marie Who Would Be Queen
... Shish-ka-bobbed Tourist

also some fun crew credits

Writers:
John "Frenchy" De Bello
Constantine "Frenchy" Dillon
J. "Frenchy" Stephen "Frenchy" Peace

Director of Photography:
Kevin "I meant it too look this way" Morrisey

Song Writer:
Constantine "Greco Ice" Dillon
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Happens to me on the regular after I reorder collection numbers.  Run the database repair, that always fixes it for me.
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Quoting iPatsa:
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No, because it seems like these people worked on the stage play and not the film.


Yes, I agree that they worked on the stage play.  However, their designs were used for the film, and since there were no other design credits present, that's why I'm like ...
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Should the following get a credit:

"Based on the Original Scenic and Costume Designs by"
- There is otherwise no Costume Design credits, only wardrobe and dresser credits

"Based on the Original Sound Design by"
- There is otherwise no Sound Design credit

"Based on the Original Hair and Make Up Design by"
- There is no other Make Up Design credit, but there is a Make Up Artist credit

The film is Barrymore, 2011, starring Christopher Plummer, and is adapted from the stage play.

I am inclined to include all of them, but would appreciate a second opinion.
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I would run a database repair.  You can find it under Tools > Options > Utilities
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Agree with GSyren, AiAustria and Tim.
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KMFDM has a song titled "Virus"  (It's an AMV, but the song is the same either way, and this was the way I first heard the song)

And I totally have plans to watch Masque of the Red Death as my pandemic movie soon.  Planning to get Contagion in as well.  Just have 3 more films to watch in March Around the World first.
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Sometimes, like Sports, Music or War, if the documentary deals with such topics.  I have a number that are marked Television, but that isn't really a genre and I wish there was another field for that information.

I do, however, HATE seeing "Special Interest" as a companion genre and remove it locally every time.  It's such a vague term, and could realistically apply to every film out there.  Personally, I wish that it was defined in the rules as "anything that doesn't fit in another genre."
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Here in Kentucky, our non-essential stores are ordered to close tomorrow at 8 pm, so we'll either be doing some sort of curbside service or closing up for a while.  Guess we'll see how that goes.

Looking forward to watching some stuff, if nothing else.
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Quoting ankford:
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I would say Director of episode = Director but divided into groups?

I'll be dividing by episode, the question is really whether both directors (if different) get credited.
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Are the following credits valid for Profiler purposes?  (The show is CardCaptor Sakura if that's important)

"Script" = Screenwriter?  (otherwise only writing credit is an OMB credit)

"Supervising Director" = Director?
"Director of Episode" = Director?
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Quoting AiAustria:
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Quoting Danae Cassandra:
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I believe the term is diacritical marks.  I usually go to wikipedia and find the one I need and copy/paste.

This does not work! - Wikipedia uses UTF encoding instead of the Windows Western character set, which is used in DVD Profiler...

Huh, has generally worked for me with the common ones - acute, grave, cedilla, umlaut, circumflex and ñ
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I believe the term is diacritical marks.  I usually go to wikipedia and find the one I need and copy/paste.
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