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Quoting AiAustria:
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Quoting CubbyUps:
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Anthony Holland

Actor
1928-1988
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0390603/
http://www.tvrage.com/person/id-4435/Anthony+Holland
http://www.ibdb.com/person.php?id=72685


Actor
BY=?
Earthsea (2004)
Last of the Dogmen (1995)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0390604/

Actor
BY=?
Eureka: Season One (2006)
May be the above Earthsea actor or another one. IMDB doesn't include this in his credit.


The second and third one seem to be the same and his BY=1920 is known:

Anthony Holland (1920): Actor, Voice Actor; aka. A.E. Holland, Anthony Holland, Antony Rolland

Born March 28th, 1920 in Tiverton, Devon, England, UK; died July 29th, 2015
Known for: Accused, Eureka, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Battlestar Galactica and many more, most of the times for TV, and some voice acting like The New Adventures of He-Man
Documentation: Wikipedia, IMDB as Antony Holland, Supernatural Wiki, Western Age Theatre
Remark: It has to be doubted that his common name is Anthony Holland instead of Antony Holland.


There's another Anthony Holland, with one credit as Costume Designer in King's Rhapsody (UPC 644827-472123). If that's a valid credit, then the 1928 BY looks to be ok to use.

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0390605
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No.
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Found it, and upvoted.
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You have to log in to www.dvdprofiler.com in Internet Explorer as an administrator. If you log in via regular IE, it doesn't work. Nor does it work if you log in via dvdprofiler.com (without www), or using any other browser than IE. It's very specific.
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Quoting AiAustria:
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Back on topic: Credit Lookup Plus

Did anyone manage to run this very handy piece of software under Windows 10?

... or is there any other tool to get information out of the CLT tool?

Still working for me! 
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Invalid birth year found for Hugh Jackman (1968).

I've scraped the database, and submitted BY removal updates for about 16 profiles.
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Quoting dee1959jay:
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That suggests submitting these “new”. Disc IDs serves no purpose.

Indeed.

And to make it worse, new DVD profiles with the new/1903 disc id aren't working either. Last week I submitted a new profile for the Criterion DVD of Some Like It Hot (715515223218) with the new disc id. Looked it up via 'Inserted disc' screen: not found.
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I saw that Wigram contributed a few disc id updates that were just released. Here's what I found with Le Samourai (037429208526). Notes here.

Old disc id: A7FAEA29FBA35FA1
New disc id (submitted by Wigram): 5E639F200DACC3ED

My disc id, with Windows 10, build 1903: 5E639F200DACC3ED, but it's not found in the 'Add by inserted disc' screen.   
My disc id, with Windows 10, build 1903, with AnyDVD running: A7FAEA29FBA35FA1, and it's found in the 'Add by inserted disc' screen.

So, the disc id has been updated, but it's not found by scanning. The good news is that the old disc id is still somewhere in the database.
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Quoting GSyren:
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Is this really a big problem? DVD Profiler supports multiple disc id:s. This isn't all that different from the same UPC having different id:s. So if someone contributes one id and some else contributes the other, then we're good, right?

At the moment, none of the existing discs can be found by scanning the disc, if you have Win10/1809/1903 installed. I'm certainly not in the mood to rescan 3000+ discs for a new disc id, and submit these. And even if I submitted the new disc id, would the old one still be there for real? I've never tried it.
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Quoting Katatonia:
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So is that what everyone else is experiencing? Blu-rays do not give any new altered Disc ID's, but DVDs are?

Yes.
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Veep: The Complete Sixth Season: Beth McCarthy-Miller
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dana Carvey: Beth McCarthy
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Quoting rdodolak:
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I did some additional testing and this only seems to affect DVDs, but here is the kicker.

I also have AnyDVD and when AnyDVD is disabled I get a different Disc ID.  However, when it is enabled I get the same Disc ID as what is listed in the database.

Huh.

Just tested it with the aforementioned Brimstone DVD, and indeed, the original disc id shows up: 070F4732A4854631 [Brimstone] 
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Quoting GSyren:
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Well, that sucks! Bad Amazon! 

I guess this is the end of the road for AsinInfo, then. 

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I'm getting an error from amazon.com/.ca/.es : (503) server unavailable.

Still works ok on amazon.de/co.uk/.fr/.it
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Hey folks,

I found out what's the cause of the disc id error on my drive in Windows 10 update 1809: It's a different cdrom.sys driver.

The previous cdrom.sys driver, version 10.0.17134.137, worked perfectly with the current DVD Profiler database. I checked about 10 DVDs with different regions and localities, and all were found when I used the 'Add by inserted disc' feature.

The current cdrom.sys driver is version 10.0.17763.1, and this one generates a different disc id. The same 10 DVDs are not found with the 'Add by inserted disc' feature.

Here's another example of a DVD I just bought (Brimstone: 5414937033386). Added disc id before and after the update.

Main Feature (10.0.17134.137) : 070F4732A4854631 [Brimstone]
Main Feature (10.0.17763.1) : CEDD2A15A59E9502 [Brimstone]

Unfortunately it's not possible to roll back this particular driver to an earlier version, and I'm now stuck with it. For the time being, I'm not going to contribute disc ids to the database.

Note that I'm only checking DVDs. I don't collect blu-ray or UHD, and my computer only has a DVD drive.

Can anyone else verify this? I'm going to put it in a support ticket too, but I'm not very confident about a follow up from Invelos.
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