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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016)


Nov 17th - €10.97 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 13m

Price per Hour: €4.95
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I just found a set of old photos from shortly after I moved into my current apartment. They are from 2006:





These are from today:





All new pics can be seen here: http://doena-journal.net/en/my-dvds
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Superstore: Season 1 (2015)


Nov 5th - $13.19 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 3h 56m

Price per Hour: $3.35


MacGyver: Season 1 (2016 - 2017)


Nov 5th - $14.99 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 14h 55m

Price per Hour: $1.00


The Good Place: Season 1 (2016)


Nov 5th - $14.96 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 5h 12m

Price per Hour: $2.88


The Good Place: Season 2 (2017)


Nov 9th - $14.71 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 5h 7m

Price per Hour: $2.87


Chicago P.D.: Season 4 (2016 - 2017)


Nov 5th - $15.89 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 18h 24m

Price per Hour: $0.86


Chicago Med: Season 2 (2016 - 2017)


Nov 5th - $15.69 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 16h 18m

Price per Hour: $0.96


Chicago Fire: Season 5 (2016 - 2017)


Nov 5th - $16.07 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 17h 25m

Price per Hour: $0.92


Suits: Season 5 (2015 - 2016)


Nov 6th - $15.56 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 11h 30m

Price per Hour: $1.35


Ray Donovan: Season 1 (2013)


Nov 8th - €9.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 10h 7m

Price per Hour: €0.99


Ray Donovan: Season 2 (2014)


Nov 8th - €9.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 10h 11m

Price per Hour: €0.98


Ray Donovan: Season 3 (2015)


Nov 8th - €11.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 10h 11m

Price per Hour: €1.18


Ray Donovan: Season 4 (2016)


Nov 7th - €12.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 10h 29m

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Lucifer: Season 1 (2016)


Nov 9th - $17.00 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 9h 28m

Price per Hour: $1.80
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Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)


Nov 3rd - €9.49 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 2h 21m

Price per Hour: €4.04


Life of Brian (1979)


Nov 3rd - €5.23 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 34m

Price per Hour: €3.34
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MacGyver: Season 2 (2017 - 2018)


Nov 3rd - $14.99 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 16h 19m

Price per Hour: $0.92


Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (2016)


Nov 3rd - €7.49 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 1h 35m

Price per Hour: €4.73
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Barry: Season 1 (2018)


Nov 2nd - $14.96 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 3h 59m

Price per Hour: $3.76
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Which version are you using? The latest one is 3.0.0.2, available here.
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You can only do this via a local wifi (WLAN) connection where your PC and your Android is connected.

Open your first database on your PC Profiler and enable sharing under Tools -> Options -> Sharing.

Now open Android Profiler. On the upper left corner there are three blue lines. When you click on them, a menu opens and you have an entry "Databases". After you've clicked on that you can add a new Database on the upper right corner.

Select "connect via PC". Synchronize your first database. When finished, switch to your second database on the PC and repeat the cycle.
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Black Mirror: Season 1 & 2 (2011 - 2014)


Oct 30th - £10.40 @ Amazon.co.uk

Running Time: 6h 1m

Price per Hour: £1.73


Black Mirror: Season 3 (2016)


Oct 30th - £9.90 @ Amazon.co.uk

Running Time: 6h 21m

Price per Hour: £1.56
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Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)


Oct 29th - €8.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 51m

Price per Hour: €4.86


Kingdom Come (2001)


Oct 29th - €6.80 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 35m

Price per Hour: €4.29


Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)


Oct 29th - €7.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 32m

Price per Hour: €5.21


The Rookie (1990)


Oct 29th - €9.09 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 1m

Price per Hour: €4.51
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12 Strong (2018)


Oct 9th - €12.99 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 11m

Price per Hour: €5.95


Avengers: Infinity War (2018)


Oct 9th - €14.44 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 29m

Price per Hour: €5.81


Deadpool 2 (2018)


Oct 9th - €14.00 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 14m

Price per Hour: €6.27


Doctor Who: Season 9 (2014 - 2015)


Oct 28th - £14.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

Running Time: 11h 27m

Price per Hour: £1.31
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Quoting 69samael69:
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It's not perfect, since Twenty will sort before Two but it's how I've always done it. I think it's the data analyst in me.


I do it the other way around. Everything that starts with a number or a word that represents a number will be sorted under a digital number. While my largest number is only 4400 I went the safe route and padded for a million.

Now I have

0000001st Knight
0000002 Broke Girls
0000002.5 Men
0000007 Samurai
0000011:14
0000024
0004400

Should I ever get One Million B.C. that won't pose a problem.
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Youn can create a report and then print them.

You'll find Reports in the Tools menu. You can "print" to PDF with tools such as CutePDF
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Quoting rdodolak:
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Could be a stolen credit card number which would explain why he would't be able to use an ATM.


That sounds like the most reasonable explanation for this. If the credit card is stolen and you are being filmed from inside the ATM for the withdrawal, you're the one on the hook. Because actual guy is nowhere near on camera and how'd you prove you just wanted to do someone a favour?
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Quoting hifrmny:
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No idea how I would exclude my cover images


Just for future reference. In the Backup Database dialog you have an option called "custom backup" where you can uncheck "include cover scans".
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4.0 is stable. But in any case you can create a backup of your collection (File -> Backup database). For performance's sake, exclude the images.
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You add it by DiscId.

You put the disc in your DVD drive and then let DVD Profiler scan it in the "Add by Disc" tab of the "Add New Profile" window
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Quoting iPatsa:
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Well, I finally caved in and bought my first 4K Ultra HD title. In honor of my very first DVD title bought almost 19 years ago back in the autumn of 1999, it is once again The Matrix (a title I've never owned previously on Blu-ray so this is two first times for me).



Now, I just have to go and find myself a good 4K player! 


Why do you need the Matrix in 4K? Can't you just read it in source code? 
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Quoting GSyren:
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Just give me a WINFORM class comptible with NET 4.7
Yeah, about that. I like working with Winforms about as much as you like writing more plugins. 
Yoo-hoo Karsten...? Plugin?

You could provide him with an entire Assembly and just tell him the entry point which he needs to call. Then you can design a WPF form and he just needs to call .Show()
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Hotel Transylvania (2012)


Sep 22nd - €7.99 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 1h 32m

Price per Hour: €5.21


Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)


Sep 22nd - €7.99 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 1h 29m

Price per Hour: €5.39
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Das doppelte Lottchen (2017)


Sep 22nd - €5.00 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 1h 34m

Price per Hour: €3.19


Home Again (2017)


Sep 22nd - €5.00 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 1h 33m

Price per Hour: €3.23


Megan Leavey (2017)


Sep 22nd - €5.00 @ Drogerie Müller

Running Time: 1h 51m

Price per Hour: €2.70
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Quoting AiAustria:
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Do you know the v4 global replace option (pressing Ctrl before clicking the replace button). Give it a try... but keep in mind to save the currently opened profile after the global replacement...


I knew it because it was mentioned before. But I had also forgotten about it again. And since it is neither obvious nor documented, I doubt very many users know about it even amongst to major contributors.

But thanks for reminding me. 
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Quoting GSyren:
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Not sure that there would be enough users that care that deeply about getting cast and crew exactly as credited that there would be sufficient demand for a cast-and-crew profile collection.


Especially since it is unclear on how a database restore actually effects the cast & crew database. It's still unclear to me when a non-birthyear actor gets merged with a birthyear actor.

Even more so that a change of a common name can destroy a precisely audited profile.

Imagine Jane Doe was credited as Jane Doe in A Wonderful Movie but a few years later she marries John Smith and takes his last name. At some point her common name becomes Jane Smith.

As long as she was Jane Doe, it was absoluetely impossible to credit her as Jane Doe [Jane Doe]. The program would simply clear out any identical "Credited As" name.

But if you change her common name to Jane Smith, she's suddenly credited as Jane Smith in A Wonderful Movie instead of Jane Smith [Jane Doe].

With backups and restores of wildly different sources and without the aide of the offline-online profile compare screen that you get when you do an update from the online database, you're bound to make your database worse instead of better.
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Quoting TMAAD:
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I have sort of managed to work out a way of doing this but its not the correct way. What I do is edit the DVD and under 'Personal Information' section I scan the barcode again into the 'Location' field. This will instantly bring up the DVD in question. Trouble is I have to go back and scan everything again for this to work - Is the barcode not saved anywhere (searchable) once you search and add a title?


In the DVD menu you find "Find by UPC" or press Alt+F10. It opens a small window ready to receive a UPC number.
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0. And if I have one, it's purely by coincedence.
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