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albertok
Posted: Wednesday, September 04, 2019 2:35:45 PM
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Hi there,

i was wondering if MYM supports or not media files.
So if I have many DVD or CD or BR disc which have inside many media files (es. .avi, .mkv or similar) is it possible categorize them with MYM? In other words: can I create a library of media files with MYM?

Thanks for your answers :-)
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albertok
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binnerup wrote:
On which platform are you using our app please?


Thank so much for your answer :-)
Oh sorry... You're right!
I've android app and I also use MYM in my WIN 10 pc :-)
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binnerup wrote:
Ok - on the Windows Desktop app, you can import content from folders.


thanks so much...
could you please specify more? :-)
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albertok
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I see... I'll take a look :-)

thank you
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I saw...

automatically i tried with a folder with inside variuos files. It said to me that it's necessary 1 file in every folder (!!!)
It found films I havent and downloaded labels absolutely wrong. Cool
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The Mac OS X app requires titles to be in separate folders.

If you are importing disc titles, you will generally get very good matches - if you are importing movie profiles, and have English titles in your folders, you will generally get good matches, but if you have foreign titles, you will often get quite bad matches, because our service does not always have the localised titles.

Try to give examples of your import though a screenshot.

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