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The Fanedit Collection - The Black Spines

Darth Kermit

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I'd say standard blu-ray, since those are the most common blu-ray cases. All the one's I've bought for edit's I've burned were standard blu-ray.
 

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Nice, I had no idea you'd made one for my edit that's really cool :)
 

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I see Adywan's Empire revisited, but Ep IV Revisited (aka STAR WARS REVISITED) I can't see...Have I missed it?
 

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I'm easy...but I guess go with Adywan's release title...
 

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Both Bobson's and Spence's JL edits are on the list :) probably I will release the last last batch in 2 weeks or earlier.

Now, for the bluray covers, should they be the same size of the DVD covers, the same size as a blue standard cover or as the same size as a Criterion scanavo?
Here in the UK, the 14mm spine are standard bluray cases...but i know in the States they use the thinner case.
 

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Here in the UK, the 14mm spine are standard bluray cases...but i know in the States they use the thinner case.
Indeed, some regions have the 12mm spine too, and in most regions outside the US, Canada and Europe don't have the Scanavo cases.

I don't think the DVD ones would be that aesthetically pleasing too, though I've seen blu-ray releases in the standard DVD cases. Don't know, but I have a few more covers to make until I make the BD covers (which will only cover the edits that were released in HD)
 
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