Started by Steve01, May 04, 2018, 01:03:32 AM
Quote from: Steve01 on May 04, 2018, 01:03:32 AMA DVD_RTAV video folder is a package containing .ifo .bup and .vro files, double click the vro and it plays. all three files are required.
QuoteJohn,...In your screenshots, you point to a IMatch folder with a blue bar, but the folder isn't highlighted in blue (which would indicate it's selected). If it's not selected, you won't be able to see anything in it.
QuoteBe sure to check 'Tag Manager' in the IMatch Help; by default, IMatch doesn't include all possible file types, but this can be adjusted in Edit/Preferences/Tag Manager.
QuoteSinusDid you make a rescan? (Ctrl + Shift + F5)
QuoteMario..As I said in several posts, IMatch does not manage all arbitrary files. It has a list of supported file formats, which you can view under Edit > Preferences > File Formats.If a folder contains files not in that list, IMatch ignores them.
QuoteYou don't manage Acronis backup files, temporary files, leftovers from video processing applications applications or intermediate workflow files in a DAM.
QuoteIf you want to manage files in your IMatch database not included in the standard 120+ file format list, you can add them as a user-defined format. Read the help here:
QuoteI am looking at this metadata2 list under tag manager but haven't a clue on what I need ticked so as to show a video folder containing .bup .ifo and .vob files
QuoteJohn..Be sure to check 'Tag Manager' in the IMatch Help; by default, IMatch doesn't include all possible file types, but this can be adjusted in Edit/Preferences/Tag Manager.
QuotePlease take care to click on the links to the documentation I provide. I gave you the kink to the File Format Configuration where you can (if you really have to) add your own file formats. Here is the link again: https://www.photools.com/help/imatch/#rmh_config_fileformats.htm
Quoteyou don't manage all your riff-raff files in a DAM
Quote from: Mario on May 04, 2018, 02:33:25 PM .IFO and .BUP files are files only interesting for certain video players, but not for a DAM like IMatch. As I said before, you don't manage all your riff-raff files in a DAM.