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Unrated and Theatrical Versions
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorAddicted2DVD
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I am not sure how to do this one so bringing it here instead of bringing it up in hopes of getting it in the current beta... but I would like a way to note that the disc has both the Unrated and Theatrical versions other then in "Other Features"

My thoughts are for one... it is not a feature in the same sense that most things listed there is. And also it would save a lot of room in the other features box... which I think would be a good thing considering how much extras blu-ray and I would imagine 4K can hold at times.

But as I said... not really sure how to do it or where to put it.
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I'd love to get this (most things, really) out the "Other Features" field, yes. The description needs to be as generic as possible, though: you mention "Unrated" versions vs. the "Theatrical" ones, but some are labelled as "Extended", "Uncut" or "Director's Cut" versions, and so on. So if those were to be covered by a checkbox, it shouldn'be called "Unrated and Theatrical Versions" but something more generic like "Multiple Movie Versions".
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What about" Non theatrical version"?
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I think the description would need to indicate that the disc contains (at least) two versions of the film - and "Non-Theatrical Version" doesn't really do that, as that could also be checked on a disc that only carries a "Director's Cut" (and no Theatrical Version).
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Maybe that is what is needed? A Multiple Movie Versions check box? Not sure that is quite right either because when I read that I think of more then one film. Not more then one version of a film.
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"Multiple Versions of the Film" ?
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Possibly... or how about just "Multiple Versions"?
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If the rules explain what is meant by that, i.e. that the disc contains more than one version of the main feature, then I'd be perfectly fine with that, yeah.
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I think "Multiple Versions" is too confusing, we can think it's for language, color or b&w , 3D.

If we can have something like "Multiple Cut Versions" it's more explicite.
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"Multiple Cuts of the Film"? Or simply "Multiple Cuts"?
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Or simply "Multiple Cuts"?

This doesn't sound good, like a Feature, but bad as a heavily cut version.
Don't confuse while the film is playing with when the film is played. [Ken Cole, DVD Profiler Architect]
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