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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorBlueloopstah
Registered: March 18, 2007
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I have a number of thinpak anime series and there is usually a slip with an overview of some sort inside the plastic wrapper on the rear side of the box but not actually part of the box (similar to the LoTR extended editions).

If I'm submitting scans should I just scan the front and back of the box or should I use the slip as the back  image?

I notice that this was done with the UK LoTR Extended releases and just want to check if this is the right thing to do before I do some more scanning.
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Common practice is to scan the data sheet as the rear image .
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorBlueloopstah
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ok, thanks, it saves me having to scan everything twice. 
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorBlueloopstah
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Bumping this to get some more input as I have had this flagged in a contribution as being incorrect.

Should a detachable rear cover sheet be scanned as the rear image of a box set/ case that has either art work or nothing on the back.

I'm assuming this is the same as a slipcase, you scan the outer covering of the release, even if it can be removed.
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If it has art work on the back, then scan the back.  If it is blank, I prefer the sheet.
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorNadja
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The cover sheet; this is how the product is presented before you take it home and tear off the shrinkwrap like a 5-year old at Christmas, this is what the DB should represent.
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