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A standard for TV series episode dividers
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantWaterman981
Registered: March 27, 2007
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I wish there was a solid consensus on this.  I just did all six volumes of Eureka seveN as:

Episode 1
VA (Japanese)
VA (English)
Episode 2
VA (Japanese)
VA (English)

Then after they had all been released I started on Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C and thought this is dumb.  So I did it for my personal in the first way Broven mentions. 

We need to get a decision on these different TV series with multiple language casts.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorTheMadMartian
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Registered: March 13, 2007
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Quoting Broven:
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And then, just to complicate things further, you have anime collections where I'm seeing dividers for Japanese cast and English cast.  So if you were to also have dividers for episodes, would you have:
    1. Episode
          English cast
              Joe schmoe etc
          Japanese cast
              Takashi Schmoe etc

Seems - I don't know - bulky.
I'm just curious about anyone else's take on this as I have alot of anime, and was feeling a bit overwhelmed by the prospect of reordering things. 
Or does no one care so much about anime? 


So 'Joe' is the English translation of 'Takashi'?  Nice to know that 'Schmoe' is universal. 

Worry, but that gave me a chuckle. 
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