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Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by jkramb, Jun 30, 2009.

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    Last Tango in Paris or Out of Africa? They are not on getvideoartwork.com.
     
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    Tried amazon?
     
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    Have you tried: http://www.impawards.com/

    or a images.google.com search for the movie title (add poster if limited results)
     
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    Have you tried requesting them on the getvideoartwork.com forum, the people over there are usually happy to make artwork for people that request it. I`ve requested a few in the past and somebodys always been kind enough to make it for me.
     
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    You know you can just use google or yahoo and search for: "movie name" movie poster, then click "images" and usually get a selection of many movie posters. I use to try to find such stuff on the dedicated sites, but find that this works better (more matches) for just about anything for which I'm searching.
     
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    People, myself included, like artwork from sites like getvideoartwork.com because the images are nice and clean with no credits or other rubbish plastered all over them. I agree you`ll get more matches with a google/yahoo search but most of them are lowres poorly scanned junk.
     
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    I haven't found that to be the case. Sure, some sites will stamp their logo on them, and some are low resolution, but you can see the latter with the width & height numbers in a google search (just click the big ones). My gut feel is that 90% of the time, I can get a fine quality version by clicking one of the images.

    But I also agree that if you can find them on the dedicated sites, odds will be better that you get high quality and no "rubbish".
     
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    We don't care about that so much as the actors' names and tiny credits at the bottom of the posters.

    getvideoartwork always has options to not have those; I have never seen an engine search that pulled up any result without them, meaning you have to edit them out yourself.
     
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