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==Description==
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The [[Cover Art Archive|cover art]] type of an image indicates what part(s) of the release it includes.
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==List of possible types==
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===Front===
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The [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Album_cover Album cover], this is
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the front of the packaging of an audio recording (or in the case of a
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digital release the image associated with it in a digital media
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store).
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===Back===
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The back of the package of an audio recording, this will often contain
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the track listing, barcode and copyright information.
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===Booklet===
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A small book or group of pages inserted into the compact disc or DVD
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jewel case or the equivalent packaging for vinyl records and
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cassettes.  Digital releases sometimes include a booklet in a digital
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file (usually PDF).  Booklets often contain [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liner_notes liner notes],
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song lyrics and/or photographs of the artist or band.
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===Medium===
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The medium contains the audio recording, for a compact disc release it
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is the compact disc itself, similarly for a vinyl release it is the
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vinyl disc itself, etc..
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===Obi===
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An obi is a strip of paper around the spine (or occasionally one of
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the other edges of the packaging).
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===Spine===
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A spine is the edge of the package of an audio recording, it is often
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the only part visible when recordings are stacked or stored in a
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shelf.  For compact discs the spine is usually part of the back cover
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scan, and should not be uploaded separately.
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===Track===
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Digital releases sometimes have cover art associated with each
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individual track of a release (typically embedded in the .mp3 files),
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use this type for images associated with individual tracks.
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===Sticker===
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A sticker is a piece of paper, adhesive, sticky on one side,
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than can be found on the plastic film.
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===Other===
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Anything which doesn't fit in the types defined above.

Revision as of 18:19, 18 June 2012


Status: This page describes an active style guideline proposal and is not official.



Proposal number: RFC-126
Champion: User:murdos
Current status: rfc



JIRA ticket STYLE-126

Description

The cover art type of an image indicates what part(s) of the release it includes.

List of possible types

Front

The Album cover, this is the front of the packaging of an audio recording (or in the case of a digital release the image associated with it in a digital media store).

Back

The back of the package of an audio recording, this will often contain the track listing, barcode and copyright information.

Booklet

A small book or group of pages inserted into the compact disc or DVD jewel case or the equivalent packaging for vinyl records and cassettes. Digital releases sometimes include a booklet in a digital file (usually PDF). Booklets often contain liner notes, song lyrics and/or photographs of the artist or band.

Medium

The medium contains the audio recording, for a compact disc release it is the compact disc itself, similarly for a vinyl release it is the vinyl disc itself, etc..

Obi

An obi is a strip of paper around the spine (or occasionally one of the other edges of the packaging).

Spine

A spine is the edge of the package of an audio recording, it is often the only part visible when recordings are stacked or stored in a shelf. For compact discs the spine is usually part of the back cover scan, and should not be uploaded separately.

Track

Digital releases sometimes have cover art associated with each individual track of a release (typically embedded in the .mp3 files), use this type for images associated with individual tracks.

Sticker

A sticker is a piece of paper, adhesive, sticky on one side, than can be found on the plastic film.

Other

Anything which doesn't fit in the types defined above.