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==You know an Episode for an Anime that's not listed...=={{TOCright}}
AniDB is a userdriven DB and every user can add new episodes. So if you =You know an episode Episode for an Anime thats that's not yet in Anidb we encourage you to add itlisted.. We also ask you to include as much info as possible when adding a new episode, it's for all users' benefit.=
==Where AniDB is a user-driven database and every user can I add new Episodes?!==At the bottom of every anime entry is a link names "Add Episode"episodes. Once So if you click know an episode for an existing Anime-title that's not yet in AniDB we encourage you to add it . We also ask youto include as much info as possible when adding a new episode, it're on the "Add Episode" page. Theres for all users's a lot of info you can input herebenefit.
==Basic info you should include when adding an episode=Where can I add new Episodes?!====At the bottom of every anime entry is a link named "Add Episode number===Be careful with different episodeorders here". For Once you click it you're on the moment the japanese "How it was supposed to be shownAdd Episode" order is our standardpage. There's a lot of info you can input here.
=Basic Episode Information===Episode Number==Be careful with different episode orders here. For the moment the Japanese "how it was supposed to be shown" order is our standard. ==Type===
*Normal Episode
*Special/Extra Episode <i>''(DVD Specials, Bonus eps)<'' ''(S1, S2, ...)''**Live-action bonus material included with a BD/DVD release are classified as S episodes.**Live-action material that was released standalone should not be added; rare exceptions may apply.**Do '''not''' add BD/DVD menus.**Do '''not''' add advertisements / commercials that do not advertise the anime itself. For example, do not add commercials for Gundam Wing figurines as an S episode to the Gundam Wing anime entry.***Advertisements /i>commercials for the anime itself are added to T episodes.*Opening/EndingEpisode ''(C1, C2, ...)''**Refer to our [[Content:C_Episode_Guidance|C Episode Guidance]] page for details.{{CollapseBlock|Given that the C Episode Guidance page is currently under construction, the current, deprecated guidance is kept here for reference.|content={{eyecatch|Note|Do '''''NOT''''' add a separate episode for creditless openings/Themeendings. Set the creditless flag in the video track of the '''file''' instead. We don't want creditless and non-creditless as separate episode entries.<br>The '''ONLY VALID''' naming template is Opening (1,2,...,n), Ending (1,2,...,n). In case if the same song is used with a significantly different video or the same video is used with a different song, append letters after the numbers e.g. Opening 1a, Opening 1b. For foreign OP/Credits EpisodeED episodes, if they differ from the original Japanese versions, append the country name before Opening (1,2,...,n), Ending (1,2,...,n).<br>PVs (music video for the song) go under Other episodes, but only if they were released as part of the anime DVD/BD.<br>"Long/full" versions of the OP or ED should be added under Special episode unless they were actually used within a regular episode.<br>If the OP/ED song is played and credits are shown, but the video is still that of the regular episode, then it's NOT an OP/ED episode (rather common in last episodes as sort of an epilogue).<br>OP/ED episode's display name will be automatically changed to the song played in that OP/ED if the song has the appropriate OP/ED episode number relation added. It will also automatically display the episode range the OP/ED is played in if the song has those episode ranges added.<br>OP/ED episodes, like any other episode, should have the air date, which would be the air date of the episode they were first played in.}}}}*Trailer/Promo/Adv EpisodeCommercial ''(T1, T2, ...)''*Parody/Fandub Episode''(P1, P2, ...)''*Other Episode <i>''([[Files:Multi-episode filesofficial repackages such as the {{short|a9127|MultiPsycho-ep]] and [[Files:Split-episode files|Split]]Pass New Edit}}, US Chopjobs, Supportfiles certain supportfiles (AC3 modpacks, fontpacks).)'' ''(O1, O2, subtitles ...)''{{eyecatch|Note|"Other" is '''not''' meant for more than 1 ep) and OST's, Manga, AMV's or any other things.)not official Special!</ibr>Disc menu animations are also not welcome in AniDB. Please do not add them.}}
{{eyecatch|Note==Episode Title==Refer to our [[Content:Titles#Episode_Titles|"Other" is NOT meant Episode Title]] page for OST's, Manga, AMV's or any other not official Special!<br> PV's are NOT allowed if they weren't on the DVD (R1, R2) as a special!}}details.
===Episode Name (English)=Play Length==Check The play length of this episode. If over 10 minutes, round '''UP''' to the official page nearest multiple of 5 minutes (The only acceptable case to round down would be if it's licensed, if it's not use just a translation of few seconds over the romaji/kanji titlegap. You can file that under ''cornercase.'').<br>If you have neither use: "Episode XX" where XX is under 10 minutes, rounds '''UP''' to the number of the episodenearest minute.<br>
<i>for OVA's (complete ep#=1)</i><br>Ordering of S Episodes -- GENERAL GUIDANCE=if there is There are no real ep title (aka when ''hard rules'' regarding the ep title = anime title) just name ordering of S episodes. However, the ep OVA<br>following general rules of thumb should be applied:<i>for Movies</i><br># ''"Actual episodes"'' should come first before recaps. Example: {{a|6327|Bakemonogatari}} episodes 13 to 15 (S1 to S3)See# ''"Recaps"'' should come first before "specials". Example: [[Content:Movies{{a|12014|Movie Guideline]]91 Days}} episode S2# ''"Specials"'' Specials (e.g. web streamed specials, DVD and BD bonus content, etc) should come first before live action entries.
===Play Length===Further to the above, the following overall guidance should be used to group and order the above subgroups:* Internally within the official play lenght of this episodeabove categories, group like items together. Example: {{a|9227|Girls und Panzer}} specials, similar specials are grouped together (e.g.the "War" BD specials, Tank Courses, Character Pictures, etc)* Internally within the above grouped like items, sort episodes by release date
== Optional Info ==We'd like you to add this info sooner or later to the episode since some other users will benefit from your workAbove all else, common sense should apply. These are general guidelines, and each anime should be looked at on a case-by-case basis.
=Guidance for O episodes==Episode Name (Romaji)=General Guidance==Please check our [[Kanji & Romaji Guideline]] for further assistance with thisO episodes are not intended as proper episode entries.<br><i>O episodes are used as a placeholder for OVA entries that are a chopjob, re-cut, or other combination of regular (R), special (complete ep#=1S), Opening/Closing (C)<, and/or Trailer/i><br>Promo (T) episode types.if there # To ensure that mylist statistics work correctly, it is no real ep title '''mandatory''' that all files contained in O episodes are also assigned other episodes using file-episode relations.## Use file-episode relations to mark which episode(aka when s) the O episode covers.## Assign percentages based on how much of the ep title = anime title) just leave target episode this file covers. For example, if an O episode covers time timestamps from 20% to 40% of episode 1, and timestamps from 65% to 90% of episode 2, add these as the percentages in the field blank<br>file-episode relations.<i># If an O episode covers multiple regular episodes, for Movies</i><br>just leave example a single release covers episode 1, 2, and 3 of the main series, '''THIS IS NOT AN O EPISODE'''. Instead, add the field blankfile to episode 1, and create file-episode relations to episode 2 and 3.
===Episode Name (Kanji)=Movies subsequently redistributed in TV series format==Please check our [[Kanji & Romaji Guideline]] Some anime series are distributed in both a movie and a TV series format with minimal edits between each other, except for further assistance with thisthe addition of opening and ending segments; the first airing or screening of the anime determines the anime type set on the anime entry as is usual.<br>[ AllCinema] In case of a movie released also in an episodic format, the episodic version is to be added using a reliable source for this.<br><i>for OVA set of O (complete ep#=1Other)</i><br>if there is no real ep title (aka when the ep title = anime title) just leave the field blank<br><i>for Movies</i><br>just leave the field blankepisodes.
===First Aired/Released and Finished Airing/Release===Check the official Japanese(!) pageFiles for a TV distribution like this are expected to be added into said O episodes. However, [ Japanese TV Guide] or other pages listed [[Where to find release-dates make mylist statistics for Anime|here]].<br>Be careful with shows that have 24:00 and later air hours said anime to work correctly, it is '''mandatory''' to also assign the file to the episode entry of the relevant movie, using an additional file- this means that show will air on the night after episode relation; there is no difference in treatment from the specified date.<br><small><i>Example:<br>Japanese TV schedule says: 01.03.2005 25:30<br>this means it aired: 02.03.2005 01:30general guidance.<br></i></small>
The start and end positions saved into this relation also make the part number inside the movie entry explicit. Therefore, notes such as "Part X of Y" are generally considered both duplication of information and an unwelcome complexity. Use of these types of notes are discouraged, especially given that the average user usually only cares about the TV edit episode number in these circumstances. These notes can be allowed if their use clearly adds clarity to the case, but always ask a mod first before adding such notes. =Other Info===First Aired/Released Date=={{main|Content:Anime#General Guidance}}{{#lsth:Content:Anime|General Guidance}}====Japanese TV Schedule Timestamps====Be careful with shows that have 24:00 and later air hours - this means that show will air on the night after the specified date. For the purposes of AniDB, a show listed as airing between 00:00 and 23:59 is added with the listed date; any show airing on 24:00 or later is added with the "first aired" date of the ''next day''. ''Example:'' Japanese TV schedule says: 24.03.2005 25:30 this means it aired: 25.03.2005 01:30.''Such an episode would be added as "first aired on '''25'''.03.2005"''. ==Recap=Flag==
This field should only get used for pure recaps!
===Description=Notes==short summary of Extra information about the episode , such as unusual airing arrangements, etc. {{eyecatch|Note|Do '''not''' use this field to mark "filler" episodes or titles in other languages.write general episode summaries!}}
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