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No, I have the Dutch BD of The Piano (1993) which has "Remastered version" on the front cover. It's not used in the edition field either.
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I was wondering whjat to do when there are Alternative and extended scenes available as an extra. In my eyes it's neither a deleted scene or an Outtakes/Bloopers thing.
I think it should get a seperate tick box.
What do you think?
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It's a beautiful release, that's for sure.

But the way BFI listed the features on the BD makes me wondering if South is the only main feature here.
You have to select an expedition first, they are listed chronological. After that you can select a play all or just select a part of the expedition. I listed this as a play all and chapter selection.  The other expeditions I've selected them as Featurettes.
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I have some doubts on how to profile this BLu-ray combo.
The Blu-ray combo exists of different expeditions from alll over the world.

Now, at this moment I contributed the profile for the main documentary South with a runtime of 81 minutes and country of production the UK and production year 1919.

Or should I profile it like all documentaries. Then the runtime would be 234 minutes, production countries would be taken from the 3 longest docs in runtime, being UK, Australia and Norway and production year would be 1898.

Any suggestions?
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I have made new profiles for the UK releases of the Rainer Werner Fassbinder Collection.
Originally I contributed them on the 16th of December, but as I noticed a mistake on behalf of mine, I recontributed them on the 20st. My question is why it takes so long for new profiles to be approved? Unless there's still a mistake in them, normally new profiles are approved in 1 or 2 days.

Can anyone check if I need to adjust something?
The EAN's:

5-027035-023694
5-027035-023687
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If the WB archive collection is an edition, so is this one. I still disagree that Arrow Video is an edition. I wonder who validated this as an edition anyway, should be fired. Als we don't use Eureka classics as an edition. This is "Edition-kind-of-thing" is just a hit or a miss....
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Thanks everyone! I think I have enough info to get started. It will take time to figure it out, but I'm sure it will work. The how-to PDF is really interesting.
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For an alternate release of the Dutch 4K/BD combo of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with EAN 5051889579946, I need to scan a cover which is silvery grey glossed.
Now, my scans look like it has a terrible blue colour. I'm working with Photosuite and for scanning software I use windows scan.

Any suggestions how to get the nice silvery grey instead of the annoying blue haze?


Thanks!
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Exactly, we have in the Netherlands the same UK release, with english cover etc, yet Bol states this as a release from the Netherlands, so either multiple countries will have to use the same EAN.
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Belgium and Netherlands also use 7-3 and 5-0
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5099921658297 (John Adamds) and 7318599916781 (Christian Lindbergh) are both Dutch (Netherlands) releases. Source = Bol dot com
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I had the same with Godzilla vs Kong. I contributed better and improved cover scans, had 2 yes votes and was declined today. I recontributed the cover scans again today.
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