01-01-2010 02:50 PM
I have a whole bunch of TV series on my hard drive, each with a number of episodes per season. On my hard drive I have all of these in their own folders, so that each show has their own folder. When I connect my hard drive and go to the "Movies" list, all of the files appear in the same list with no folders present. This isn't too big of a deal, but it would be nice to retain the file structure I've set up on the hard drive for my file selection process. Does anyone know if its possible to set these kinds of folders up. For instance, say I've got the Office (UK) on my hard drive. I've got one folder ("Office UK") with all 12 episodes inside it. When I connect my HD to the FAT+, no folder is retained and all 12 episodes are thrown into the Movies sorted list. Is it possible to have a folder named "Office UK" on my Movies list which, when selected, would open up to the 12 episodes? This would clean up my list real nice. Thanks for your help!
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01-05-2010 02:59 PM
The original FAT is able. Seems odd that it would remove the structure. If it is unfixable, it will come down to the way you name your files.
Media Renamer is great for formatting large collections of files.
01-05-2010 03:28 PM
i was able to figure it out. you have browse the hard drive manually. there's a few extra steps in there, but it works. It would still be nice to have folders in that main "movies" sorted list, and I've requested that under the "request features" post. thanks for the help. and i'll give that media renamer a look. i think it would help with making these tv series' all the same naming format.