|Indexing image is a duplicate|
Please read the entire document before deciding how to proceed with possible duplicate images.
A. How to determine if an image is a duplicate:
If the batch that is being indexed appears to contain duplicates:
Duplicate Images can occur in several places, on the Previous Page or within the batch, and are handled differently.
If the previous image is an exact duplicate of the first image in the batch:
C. How to index a duplicate that occurs within the same batch
If one image is difficult to read, but the other image is clear, index the image that is easier to read, then mark the other as a duplicate image, regardless of which image occurs first in the batch. When an indexer cannot determine which of duplicate images is the best quality, index the first image and mark the second image (or others) as duplicate.
D. Note: When an indexer gets the first or last batch of a film from a project that is set up to show the previous or next image, selecting the button for the unavailable image displays a message. Also, some batches with more than one image, might not have the previous or next image available. If an indexer cannot determine if both images are exactly alike, he or she should index both images.
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