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If we go by font size on the front cover, it would be "The Heretic: Exorcist II" and Shout Factory's blu-ray release of Friday the 13th Part VI would be "Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI". If we go by this unwritten rule that the the font size on the cover comes first, then we will be changing a number of sequel titles with the subtitle that comes first.

Also, if we go by what the title card reads, then we would also be changing a LOT of titles. Title card for Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning only reads "Friday the 13th: A New Beginning" as there is no "Part V" on the title card. We should follow the written rules that the title should match the front cover of the artwork.

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I corrected an existing title in the database from "Seal Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines" to "Behind Enemy Lines: Seal Team 8" to match the front cover artwork (I included link at bottom of artwork. The artwork it self says "Behind Enemy Lines: Seal Team 8" with the "Seal Team 8" listed as the subtitle. This is shown on the front cover and spine. I received a no vote stating "Look at the UPC. Current data is correct." It does say in small writing in the UPC box "Seal Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines". The rules clearly state that title should be taken from the FRONT COVER, but I just want to make sure this is correct

https://dvdcover.com/seal-team-eight-behind-enemy-lines-2014-r1/

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I purchase DVD Profiler as a gift for any friends or family that has any remote interest in physical media. Whether they use it or not, I'm not always sure, but at least I'm throwing money towards Invelos whenever i can to help it keep going.
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I purchased DVD Profiler for a friend for Xmas, and he bought a bar code scanner to add his collection easier. He means business lol. Anyone else buy a bar code scanner to add their collection?
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Anyone else have issues with getting cracked DVD discs (cracked around the center hub hole)? I am always gentle and take great care of my DVDs, but it seems I'm having more trouble with it due to cheaper manufacturing and poor cases that hold the discs too tight. The worst company was Shriek Show/Tokyo Blast/Media Blasters. I had serious issues of their discs coming cracked brand new out of the case.
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