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Mon, Nov 15, 2021 7:47 PM

Why are my images being rejected?

I have no idea why my three still images below are being rejected. They are 1:1 aspect ratio because the film (Written on the Body) is the world's first purpose-made 360° dance film. The resolution is surely high enough. I can't figure it out. The images do not contravene the guidelines in any way that I can see. Can anyone please help?

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2 m ago

same problem as you

the image is clear but it's declined

we should start a club to denounce this hidden censorpship

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Hi @lamegabyte

Likewise, can you post the 18-digit submission reference number associated with your declined image update?

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Do IMDb staff also read these posts? Can we expect some assistance from them?

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Hi WOTB -

Can you post the 18-digit submission reference numbers associated with these image updates?  Our staff can then investigate further.

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Hello @Michelle 

The images I've submitted for the Written on the Body catalogue entry are as follows:

  • #211108-080300-229802
  • #211108-080405-389802
  • #211108-080417-154102
  • #211108-080432-691302
  • #211108-080453-988502

Three are still images from this early fulldome (360°) film; and the pixellation is because in 2007 we had to use 5 low-res webcams to create the 360° image.

The poster is relatively low-res because it's the only one in existence.

The 'dome' image is low-res because, again, back then, the early software used to create these assets did not output in high resolution.

Thank you for offering to take a look at this.

Mario