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Old Oct 23, 2012, 05:47 PM
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Yeah, I totally agree, I was thinking even 200DPI is sufficient because like Myrkul said, the goal is just to read the text. But then I wondered if people would object and call that "too small" or something. I use the Lanczos algorithm to downsize the 600DPI scans, the result is really nice.

And I guess I can scan the booklets with side-by-side pages, if that's what people really like. It sort of breaks my heart with bigger booklets, where you won't catch well the very inside of the pages because it's just too thick to be flattened completely. But, I can do it that way, surely. Also, for foldouts that have 3 or 4 pages side-by-side, like with some DigiCube releases (Brave Fencer Musashi, SaGa Frontier, Tales of Symphonia, Vagrant Story...), wouldn't it be easier just to use a scan-and-stitch program?
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Old Nov 7, 2012, 06:17 AM
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When there are one regular edition release (CTLG-0001) and one limited edition release (CTLG-0002) and the only physical difference between them is the accompaniment of a sleeve case to the limited edition where CTLG-0002 is printed, should our submitter be allowed to upload all scan for both entries excepting the said sleeve case?

In such a case, I'd be pretty fine with only adding the case to the limited edition's gallery, but I'm concerned we lack a way to tell visitors that another entry actually completes the set of scan the current one is missing and to guide them to the entry.
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Old Nov 7, 2012, 08:53 AM
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It would be nice to be able to define albums as superset/subset of another one which then reuses all parts except them one defined there.
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