TV Show Help in iTunes

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by OpTic Jayex, Oct 22, 2013.

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    I need help! I ripped my dvd's including TV Shows. I need help organizing them since it shows just individual episodes. I watch them on my Apple TV. Could you help me?
     
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    You need to fill out the information (command + I) in iTunes for each episode and organize them by album and such. That way you can group all the episodes together under one show.
     
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    Just click on the episodes in iTunes and press command + I and fill in the boxes with the appropriate information. Do this for each episode and then iTunes will group them all together according to how you fill it out.
     
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    Thank you so much! I have a TON of Movies and TV Shows on DVD. I'm currently putting those onto my Mom's Desktop so we can watch them on our Apple TV.
     
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    I've done the same thing and I don't remember the last time I used a disc to play a video. The Blu-ray player just sits and collects dust these days.
     
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    I use IDentify to automatically tag files, it's in the Mac App store. Works great.
     
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    Yeah there are a few good apps floating around that make life easier.

    Especially for TV/films which is far more simple than music to catalogue.
     

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