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Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2019 6:34:13 PM

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I have three movies copied from DVD using AnyDVD* within MyMovies that have only converted the video trailer on the disk to MP4 during the auto converter phase
I have deleted the MP4 copy and restarted the add to converter queue but same result

I can see that the copy of the disc has been successful could anyone help me to manually add to the converter queue or help me delete the files that are confusing the system

WHS 2011 on HP ProLiant N40l server

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Posted: Friday, January 11, 2019 8:49:26 AM

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This means that the detection of the main movie is not able to handle it automatically.

In the meta-data, under discs, edit the chapter structure, and you can mark where the main movie is on the disc - then add the title to the converter again.

Please contribute the information when having located the correct main movie on the disc.

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