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→‎Do not "state the obvious" when citing sources: Rewrite the article for grammar, prose, and English
* Use "subs" instead of the full form "subtitles" in all descriptions.
====About stating Do not "state the obvious " when citing sources====* In cases where # Do not state the source when the source can is highly obvious and/or it is easily be figured out, it shouldn't be listed at all in order ; this is done to reduce clutter in release notes.<br>The most common arrangement currently prevalent in fansub groups (the clutter"default arrangement") is as follows. Some examples of this case, but Their sources should not limited be credited unless it's deemed necessary todo so, are well-known, established such as the use of a source atypical for the fansub group.## Established English fansub groups such as (e.g. [FFF], [Commie], [Vivid], [GJM], [DameDesuYo], etc. which most of the time ) almost exclusively use JP BDs and/or DVDs for rawsfor their non-HDTV, and relatively older non-www releases.## Established dual audio release groups such as (e.g. [CBM], [DHD], etc., which use ) almost exclusively US DVDs and/or BDs for audio, and very commonly for video raws; JP BDs and/or DVDs are sometimes used for video raws. Therefore, their sources shouldn't be credited unless it's deemed necessary to do so.** # If most of certain a given group's releases are similarly structured and different differ from the default ones mentioned abovearrangement, but the group consistently releases in a given format for a significant portion of their releases, a default note can should be added to the group's description'''instead''' of repeating the same note in each of that group's releases.<br>(Check See [[ DmonHiro]]'s group page for an example.)* # For groups that specialize in only releasing raws only ([Ohys-Raws], [Leopard-Raws], etc.), only HDTV/www sources should be credited, while ## DVD/BD ones sources should be credited only if deemed necessary. (If there are multiple For example:### Multiple BD releases from different providers;### Modifications to raws, such as if the group replaced the original BD/DVD audio was replaced with HDTV/www audio due to low audio quality or corruption, ; etc.)* # For groups which that issues releases feature a plethora with an extensive variety of different sources ([Hark0n], [deanzel], [EUR], etc.), it is encouraged to make the release note should be as detailed as possible release notes, as so long as they follow the note follows the most up-to-date current standards.
====Standard forms of TV channel and streaming service names to be used in raw source comments====


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