- "Front" and "Back" should be appended to filenames of front- and backside scans accordingly.
- If there are multiple scans of the same type append the number to the filename.
- Do not use underscores or any other characters for spaces.
Visible without opening the case.
The front of the case without any overlays or stickers, sometimes also the front of the booklet, in that case its also often left out.
The back of the case without any overlays or stickers, often includes spines on the edges.
The strip viewable from the side of the case. Oftten included as part of the back scan. Scans of the spine separately should always be vertical.
Also known as a spine card, a strip of paper wrapped around the side of the case with info about the release.
Visible after opening the case.
Behind the CD, usually the backside of the back, can also contain the backside of spines.
All kinds of discs included with the release.
An insert with multiple individual pages held together by staples.
Booklet Front & Back
If the front and back of the booklet are separate append "Front" and "Back" to the filenames accordingly.
Booklet Page #
No matter if the scan has both sides of the page or one side, whichever way, the counter should keep incrementing for each scan.
Outermost case that the jewel case slides out from.
The front of the slipcase without any overlays or stickers.
The back of the slipcase without any overlays or stickers.
The strip viewable from the side of the slipcase. Usually a little fatter than the jewel case spine. Scans of the spine should always be vertical.
Various bonus content that may be included with the release.
A label with adhesive on the back.
Insert # Front,
Insert # Back
A single sheet included in the case. Usually contains info about related releases, events or contests.
Card # Front,
Card # Back
Cardboard or plastic cards. Use "Postcard" for postcards.