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All studios! Regarding multiple language covers...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Neil Joseph, Oct 19, 2002.

  1. Neil Joseph

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    There have been many complaints about placing multiple languages on the front and rear cover artwork on DVD's. Here is an idea...

    How about including 2 stickers (one front cover artwork, and the other the rear cover artwork) in the alternate language, which can be applied over the front or back at the user's discretion?
     
  2. Neil Joseph

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    Actually, if they printed duplex (on both sides) with English on one side and Spanish or Frrench on the other side then you could simply take the artwork out of the keepcase and reverse it. That would be even better.
     
  3. Ed Vandeweerd

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    Bottom line is don't spoil the cover art with unnecessary banners please!
     
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    The interesting thing is that Universal do print on both sides. The problem however is that it is dual language on both sides as well! One with English with bigger font and one with more French.

    I sure wish one side was English and the other French. Everybody would then be happy.

    Ron Birk
     

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