|03 Sep 2013||#1|
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"Optimize Folder For"... Custom Entries?
I have a media PC that I use as a giant DVR (basically Windows Media Center to record TV and I store all my recordings on a large RAID array)
I've found that the "optimize for video" setting isn't very ideal for my .wtv recordings, since it does not show Episode Title, Recording Date or other information I think would be useful to display for those files.
Is it possible for me to add an entry, "Optimize for Recorded TV", rather than modifying the "Video" template? That way I could still have normal videos in a folder and not have it try to display information (e.g. episode title) that doesn't exist.
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