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I see, my bad. If it was (originally) sold in the UK with an Italian title and (slip)cover, then that is indeed a valid entry for the UK locality.

And if it has been re-released with a British title and cover, an alternate version profile is the way to go.
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Did you mention in your contribution notes that the existing profile is for the wrong locality?
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Based on the responses to my questions, I think I would enter them, as they are clearly considered to be part of the main crew by the film makers and do seem to fit the roles as listed in the Invelos crew table.
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What I can't see on the pics as posted is whether or not the individual season sets have an EAN/UPC.
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OK, second question: are the on set crew members credited in roughly the same place as their "regular" (without prefix) colleagues or in a different section of the crew credits?

Once again, I'm trying to establish whether or not the film makers see them as main crew or not, which might be a consideration.
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Someone who arranges Halloween performances? 
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One question. Are "regular" visual/special effects supervisors and/or art directors (i.e. without the "on set" prefix) being credited as well?

Trying to find out whether the on set crew members are main or secondary crew, which might be a consideration for entering them or not.
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Ace has got a point too. Question is: do the repackaged season sets have an EAN/UPC of their own, and if so, is it the same as the originally released season sets? Is the cover art the same (identical or to a large extent)?

If the EAN/UPC is the same and the cover art is the same as well, then I agree with Ace that there is insufficient ground to create alternate profiles (based on just different SRP and release date). If any of these two are different, then alternate profiles are the way to go.

More here.
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Agreed.
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The missing font could be Tahoma TrueType - it seems DVDProfiler needs this. Check whether you have  Tahoma.ttf installed.
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Sounds like you may need to open a support ticket.
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You can (assuming your on-line collection is up-to-date), with the exception of any cover scans you had made for yourself; these always come from the Invelos central database.
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That's what I was saying, yes.
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Ah, I see. Not formatting, indeed. In any case: listings of special features have no business in an Overview and a contribution containing them should be declined. If this somehow mysteriously appears in any contribution of yours, it would be best not to tick the box in front of "Overview" in your contribution screen, i.e. not to submit the Overview change as part of your contribution. Otherwise you risk getting your contribution declined for no other reason than the mysterious Overview changes.
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Not necessarily. There are some Invelos autofilters in place and I have seen this before. In Overviews this seems related to formatting.
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For the record: I was wrong to make an unqualified statement. I will however maintain that the exceptions Kathy rightfully mentioned to not apply to the case at hand.
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No. There are contribution rules in place and they must be followed. As the Martian pointed out, the rules tell us to use the title from the front cover, not the back cover. Period.

Whether or not these rules should be changed or not is a different discussion altogether, which can take place in the Contribution Rules Committee forum.
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The only problem with that is that your on-line collection won't accommodate any local cover scans. In your on-line collection, covers are always taken from the central Invelos database.
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Agreed. A music video compilation could also be compared to a compilation of shorts.
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What may help is to indicate in your contribution notes in what way the new scans are better than the existing ones. In my experience if you do this, they will almost invariably go through.
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... or people could start actually reading and applying them... 
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Seems like the best course of action, indeed.
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I think your intended correction is fine.
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Wouldn't be for me - way over my head. But don't let that stop you!
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