I'm having great trouble with adding a few episodes from my TV-Show library into iTunes. I've been converting everything from MKV's containing Dolby Digital 5.1 (AC-3) and DTS into MP4's (M4V) containing Dolby Digital 5.1 (AC-3) with all kinds of metadata goodness and whatnot. But upon adding everything into iTunes there seems to always be some hiccups no matter what I do.. Let's take my library of Family Guy Seasons for instance. I've got like five seasons of Family Guy, all in M4V files containing either 2.0 AAC or 5.1 AC-3 audio and H264 video all labelled correctly. After adding the folder to iTunes I notice that the entirety of most seasons are showing up correctly, but season 9 for instance only shows episode 8-X. The first seven episodes are not showing in iTunes whatsoever.. I tried to delete my entire library and add everything fresh but the same thing occurs no matter how many times I try. I even tried iTunes on a entirely different system, same results. I can play the actual episodes using iTunes or QuickTime with no issues at all, I can even verify the metadata being correct, I try to manually add these exact episodes to my iTunes library but no, they are not showing anywhere and are not searchable in my library and therefore there is no way for me to get it playing using my Apple TV as it seems to be downright impossible to get them into my iTunes library. It seems to happen with completely random episodes, there are quite a few Family Guy episodes missing in season 9, there are some missing in How I met Your Mother season 8, I'm missing quite a few in Lost season 5 and whatnot. But upon adding my TV-show library it seems to always be the exact same episodes within my series that wont show for some inexplicable reason. Have anyone experience anything like this? How do I bypass this obscure problem, is there some other way for me to get things into my iTunes library so it gets available on my Apple TV?