Snap-Case Scanning? What Do You Do With The Extra Panels?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by David Von Pein, Mar 9, 2002.

  1. David Von Pein

    David Von Pein Producer

    Feb 4, 2002
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    I know of lot of HTF'ers re-package their Warner/HBO/Kino cases into keepcases.

    Question .... Do you scan the ENTIRE snap case, including the inside of the front cover, which always has stuff on it (usually scene index)?

    Or do some of you care about ONLY the front and back panels?

    What about snappers with an extra pull-out panel on it (such as Wizard of Oz and Old Dark House)? What do you do here? Do you scan them, cut them down, and treat the extra panel information as enclosure(s) be placed under the clips on the inside of the keepcase?

    I was just curious as how you guys did this.

    As particular as we all are about these matters, I just can't imagine NOT scanning ALL written info on a given snapper!
  2. Kenneth English

    Kenneth English Second Unit

    Sep 29, 1999
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    Check out -- there's a pretty detailed "Help" section that explains the ins and outs of scanning/printing covers.
    Personally, I don't bother with the inside panels since I rarely, if ever, make use of the chapter-stop info printed on the case (I always go to the scene menu on the DVD itself). But, if I submit a scanned cover to I try to scan the inside as well just in case someone else might want it.

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