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Old Sep 20, 2010, 10:29 PM   #1
SeanAppleDude
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iTunes TV Shows - Adding Ripped Videos

I have a bunch of TV shows that I’ve ripped from dvds in iTunes, but they are in the “Movies” category and I would like to have them in the "TV shows” category so that when I am in FrontRow app the tv shows and movies are separated accordingly.

Does anyone know how to move them? I have already searched around.

Thanks in advance
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