MarcosQui Wrote:In fact it only swells the code, but since all are against it, I remove, it's for now!
I think most agree here, so here is my understanding of how it used to/should work.
All tags should be assigned based on the codec (h264, xVid etc....) unless there is the wording "BluRay, Blu-Ray, HDTV etc.... in the filename in which case the respective TAG will be used. EDIT: Sorry this should refer to the additional Tag that is displayed, BluRay, HDTV etc.... the Codec flag still remains as is.
All cases are assigned based on the Tags as above. So h264, xVid, DVD Case based on the codec unless there is "BluRay, HDTV" etc... in the filename in which case the corresponding case will be applied.
This is how it used to work and it worked well leaving the Tags/Cases in our hands by naming our movies correctly. As you say it also helps to keep the code down.
I am happy with WebTV if this will give a WEBTV tag, can others please comment if this would be of benefit or a feature they would like to see as well? To add this is just for the tag and I do not think a Case is necessary as at least from my side all my web stuff is just TV Shows.
EDIT: Just to add currently all TV Shows where I have "WEB" or "WEBTV" in the filename show up with a BluRay Tag, I would much rather see a WebTV Tag here.