|Apr 22, 2013, 07:47 PM||#1|
recognise MKVs as 'Movie' rather than 'Other'
When looking at About This Mac, MKV movie files are recognised as 'Other' files rather than 'Movies'.
Is there a way to add MKVs to the list of movie file formats so that they are identified as 'Movies'?
iPhone 5 for on the go|iPad Air for on the couch|Mac mini for Plex Home Theatre
MacBook Pro w/ Retina display for everything else
|Apr 23, 2013, 08:47 AM||#3|
Highlight the affected movie and select 'Get Info'. It the 'Get Info' windows select the Always open with toggle bar to select a movie player to always open that kind of file.
Mac Pro Dual 2.8 Quad(Rev B.), 16 G RAM, OS X 10.9, 23'' LCD
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