History:Next Generation Schema/Release Packaging

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Revision as of 17:04, 17 September 2010 by 97.91.74.142 (talk) (Options)

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  • Jewel Case
  • Slim Jewel Case
  • Digipak
  • Japanese 8cm CD single long style package ex.1 ex.2
  • Cardboard Sleeve
  • Keep Case
  • Ecopack
  • Funny/Fancy/Novelty pack, perhaps as "Custom Case" (I've got a penguin shaped CD box)
  • CD / DVD as part of a book, common with training CD/DVD's (in fact this isn't a packaging)
  • Clear vinyl sleeve (picture disc etc.)
  • Picture frame (very rare but as a collector you come across strangest types of packaging)
  • Wooden box (some Connoisseur Collection CD's came in a wooden box)
  • Double Case
  • Triple Case
  • Quad Case
  • Lunchbox
  • miniature milk crate (I've been seeing a bunch of these milk crate CDs at sites I've worked at; they have the CD and a t-shirt. BrianSchweitzer 18:29, 22 March 2010 (UTC))
  • Tin box containing Jewel Case -- jacobbrett 01:35, 24 March 2010 (UTC)
  • None (no packaging: essentially standard for digital media releases.)
  • (please add new types here)


for cassettes:

  • J-card case (aka "standard" cassette case)
  • polybox
  • cardboard sleeve
  • double case

for wax cylinders:

  • canister