Sorry I just missed adding a feature request for the lastest update! Wonderful work though Random...
One thing I've noticed, unless I am missing something, using XBZune Player instead of XBMC on our media server in our home since it runs on XP Home.
Zune uses the 'Title' tag to display the file name in the file list extracted from the mp4 tag.
O:/OMC/TV/Frasier/Frasier 111 The Good Son (Pilot).mp4 (using the a similar naming convention as above posts, but X/X/X is Season/Disc/Episode which results in decent quick sort of the displayed list
The resulting filename (Frasier 111 The Good Son (Pilot).mp4) is displayed in the list of Zune on Xbox as:
'Frasier 111 The Good Son (Pilot)' in the folder 'Frasier'
I've been using tagscanner and it's tag processor feature to rename the .mp4
title tag, and drop the 'Frasier' (or other name) to just '111 The Good Son (Pilot)' in this case, so when XBMPZune displays it, it shows as:
'111 The Good Son (Pilot)' in the folder 'Frasier', hence dropping the redundant 'Frasier' from the title's list.
Question is, can it be written into the code to also name a title tag in a similar way as a filename for each file, without having to go back and retag each file (a very time consuming process)?
Long File Names, such as Band Of Brothers title and episode get too long to display in the XBMC or XBZune lists, hence the reason for shortening them to display properly in the subfolder, but retaining the proper filename on disk for easy identification.
Would love to see a tag editor similar to the filename editor...
Thanks again for the great work!