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UPC Code?
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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantswampwizard
Registered: May 21, 2010
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Hello Everybody, I've just upgraded and I've a question about UPC Codes. I don't have a scanner so I've been trying to enter them manualy. Some codes are not recognized. Is there a way to this? Thanks
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The Invelos database is user-driven. So if the data isn't in there then it's because nobody has contributed it - yet.

But just for checking, could you name some of these UPCs?
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some missing upc codes of a multi release title(s) is not unusual .. You could either manually (edit said title) & provide all information including scans and over view and cast/crew credits etc etc etc etc .. for a contribiution to others so this title would be more availabale..,

Or you could find by looking with title only and find the equivalent partner of said title that is same title same scans same overview etc etc .. and check to see what that locality of said title is. It could be USA over Canada / vice versa --  ( I see your location map shows USA ), and therefore download that title and check each and every item listed Including Disc ID and see if this is indeed the same disc.. If not you may have to upgrade the list you are going to keep and change the UPC to the one you have and provide the current scan of same said UPC .. At that point you can have one of three choices . .Either lock it off and keep title localized for yourself., 2. Contribute title with notes on what you physically did to that title. 3. Don't contribute and if the day arrives for any updates to this title you'll be notified when you go on line and look for any fresh updates usually twice a week or so to download ..
IF you decide to upload your library to Invelos on Line you'll be able to ( as a paid member), vote on any contributions others made of your title..
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