If you don’t like the metadata you get from the Internet sites, you can enter your own using the Edit Metadata screen. Right-click on the item to edit, then choose Edit Metadata. Once you have made changes to a data item, the padlock icon will lock, preventing your changes from being overwritten by downloaded data. To unlock a locked item, click the padlock icon.
Sometimes, an item might be incorrectly matched to another show. To fix this, right-click the incorrectly matched item, then choose Fix Incorrect Match… a list of possible matches with be presented. Choose the one you want, then OK.
If you want to refresh the information for a particular item, right-click it and choose Refresh Info. The information is downloaded again from the Internet.
A Collection is a grouping of your media files into your own categories.
For example, you might like to gather together all of Pixar’s animated movies into a Pixar collection. To do this
You can inspect individual item details by double-clicking the item in the Section view. When in this view, you can Fix Incorrect Match, Change Artwork or Edit Metadata.
You can choose from different artwork items downloaded from the Internet. To do this, click Change Artwork then choose from Poster, Banner or Background Art. A pane will slide up with the available artwork. Choose the one you’d like to use then Select Image. If there are no additional items available on the Internet site, the selection may be empty.
Local posters and fanart can also be added by including the art files in the enclosing folder.
To do this, place
Any of the above can be used for VIDEO_TS folders however they need to be placed on the same level as the VIDEO_TS folder