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Reverting to file name after erroneous match? - josephzitt - 2013-03-09

When XBMC loaded my library and automatically matched my videos, it got most of them, but not all. (For example, it identified the Babylon 5 episode "A Distant Star" as the movie "Wanda the Sadistic Hypnotist." Really.)

If all attempts to find the right thing fail, is there a way to get it to forget what it found and revert to the filename? I've checked the docs, Wiki, and FAQs but not spotted how to do this.


RE: Reverting to file name after erroneous match? - Ned Scott - 2013-03-09

While selected, bring up the context menu (C on a keyboard) and select "remove from library".


RE: Reverting to file name after erroneous match? - josephzitt - 2013-03-09

(2013-03-09, 06:17)Ned Scott Wrote: While selected, bring up the context menu (C on a keyboard) and select "remove from library".

When I press "C", I get the following options:

Queue item
Play from here
Add to favourites
Movie information
Mark as watched
Update library

but not "Remove from library". Should I be looking elsewhere?

This is using Eden on Ubuntu Linux, on which Frodo apparently doesn't work.


RE: Reverting to file name after erroneous match? - Ned Scott - 2013-03-09

Select it from the Movie view instead of the file view.


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