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 Post subject: Re: How-to: set up T.V. on DVD
PostPosted: June 7th, 2010, 11:03 pm 
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awesome tutorial. I will have to try this soon. I have many blu-ray shows. what is the folder structure for that? forgive me if its the same. thanks alot! great job!!


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It's the same. :)

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First time post. I have an ISO collection mostly of movies however I'm just starting some TV series as well. Do do repeat this process for a new program series?
Ie: Lost, Breaking Bad

I use a NTV550 to play my ISOs and it's logic lists these as Season 1, Season 2
etc instead of the series name on movie wall.
Can I add Lost Season 1 as a directory
Instead of Series 1?

Also, do you fetch one series at a time?
for example United Staes of Tara has 3 seasons.
Thanks.


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Flyboy737 wrote:
First time post. I have an ISO collection mostly of movies however I'm just starting some TV series as well. Do do repeat this process for a new program series?
Ie: Lost, Breaking Bad

I use a NTV550 to play my ISOs and it's logic lists these as Season 1, Season 2
etc instead of the series name on movie wall.
Can I add Lost Season 1 as a directory
Instead of Series 1?

Also, do you fetch one series at a time?
for example United Staes of Tara has 3 seasons.
Thanks.
This topic is several years old -- you may want to ask specific questions about how to organize your files for the Netgear device in the Support forum. :)

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 Post subject: Re: [Official] Set up T.V. on DVD
PostPosted: August 9th, 2017, 3:59 pm 
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Thank you for this guide.

I'm trying to set my first TV series up using MCM and can't find how to do this when using my episodes which are already ripped as .mp4's. This is Game of Thrones and I no longer have the BluRays they were ripped from so I can't get the .VOB files or ISO's.

How can I use my existing .mp4's?


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 Post subject: Re: [Official] Set up T.V. on DVD
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You don't need this guide for that. Just set up a TV series as normal and add them into Season 1, Season 2, etc. folders.

This guide is for the DVD structure only.

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