RULES - Labels: READ THIS BEFORE UPLOADING!

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    donobieus R1DB Lifer

    **PLEASE do a search BEFORE uploading your "Label" to make sure that it is not here already!!

    First and foremost: we only accept Region 1 or All coded DVD Labels and A or ABC coded Blu-ray labels, no other region codes will be accepted!

    The Title of the MOVIE is the only item to be placed in the Title Block, any label with more than the title in the title block will be rejected!

    All labels must be a diameter of no less than 1400 x 1400 pixels and no larger than 1500 x 1500 pixels. We prefer 1500 x 1500 pixels, Labels will be 300 DPI - JPEG only, no other format will be accepted. Insure that both measurements are the same dimension as labels are round, not oval.

    Custom labels will be full face images only, "fake" holes are not allowed. Labels received with fake holes will be posted in the scan section. Custom or Scan is not required for labels in the description block henceforth.

    For Custom labels: we expect the same level of quality for labels that we do for our custom covers. Only Hi-Res images should be used, Logos should also be nice and crisp.

    For Scanned labels: The majority of original labels are of such poor quality that it is not worth scanning them. Please bear this in mind. We will not accept any scans of solid color plain GENERIC labels that most studios are using now, they come in a multitude of colors with nothing more than some plain typing and no images.

    All signs of moire (also known as half-tone dots) must be removed. Colors must be correct and text and logos should be crisp and readable, a good practice is to replace these if needed.

    Scanned labels will be straight and level before posting to the site, crooked labels will not be accepted. (Effective date 11/23/2013)

    Failure to adhere to these simple rules will result in deletion.

    Link To Site Upload Page.

    Reference List of Our Current Standard Case Sizes Here
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