It's a basic one but I got it to submit without errors!
Apparently, I submitted it as a Film. I'm now going to try and submit a specific release of the DVD.
Are the instructions in the wiki http://www.filmo.gs/wiki clear enough? Did you find it fairly simple?
To be honest, what I did was copied from a release already in the database and just filled in the correct data and removed fields I didn't want to mess with. But yes, the instructions seem easy enough so far.
I can't speak for others though.
That's fine, that is what i do as well. The templates at http://www.filmo.gs/wiki/Empty-Film-Data-Template and http://www.filmo.gs/wiki/Empty-Release-Data-Template may make it a bit easier once you know what you want to enter
You know you have to add the DVD as a separate process, right?
Yes, it appears that I'll be adding that as a "Release", not a "Film"
I managed to enter Blade Runner.
Quite a lot that aren't really clear... but then again we're at an early stage.
I guess Language refers to the language spoken in the film and not subtitles?
A connection between Audio and Language might be needed. The one I submitted had English, French, Italian, Spanish and German in Dolby Digital while the PCM track was English only.
I submitted a Blu-ray. For that format resolution is of interest.
For many formats NTSC, PAL or SECAM is of interest.
There's of course a lot more details that can be entered but those are some of the basic ones that I can think of.
Very early stage, yes!
"I guess Language refers to the language spoken in the film and not subtitles?" -> I have been using it for both, see http://www.filmo.gs/release/87-Jaws ... "languages": "English (Captioned), French (Sous-Titre)" . All in one field. This may need to be split out in a different way, and we will need to go back and change all the other releases. I expect we will have to do this for a few fields.
"For many formats NTSC, PAL or SECAM is of interest." -> You can enter that in "Color Encoding System".