Ratings, such as R or PG

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    xXriderXx7

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    Does anybody know how to edit these for movies/tv shows not bought from iTunes?
     
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    zap2

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    iTunes ->Preferences->Parental Control


    From them you can control what movies, TV shows and Music one can download based on rating for each media.
     
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    xXriderXx7

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    I dont want to control anything, I just am obsessed with tagging and would like my ripped dvd's and tv shows to be tagged with ratings.


    Am I missing an option?
    Or is my question to vague?
     
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    zap2

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    Ahh..opps, sorry, read that to fast

    yea, that seems to done to the files outside of iTunes(for store bought stuff)...so I have no clue how one does that for ripped stuff
     
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    xXriderXx7

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    TheSpaz actual linked me to Lostify, which is a metadata editor.


    Aloows you to add rating and many other useful things.
     
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    iTeen

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    Try MetaX, gives you all the info you could need about a ripped movie, including ratings. I fixed all my movies just today!!!
    Takes a little bit to get used to the program...
    Link
     

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    atoothelex

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    Ratings

    I put the rating in the grouping box, then create a smart playlist for each rating.
     
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    Another solution might be VideoDrive: offers lots of possibilities to add videos to iTunes, and allows to add metadata too. (www.aroona.net)
     
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    Thanks for this information
     
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    Apple Ink

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    +200 to MetaX. Love it! Dunno how they dont charge for something as nifty as this!:D But seriously, its a must try! And as iTeen notes, a bit confusing at first!
     

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