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  1. MaximumGator

    Multiple Movie Editions

    I have several movies in multiple editions, ie Theatrical, Director's Cut, Extended Edition, etc. Right now I have these movies in the same root folder, such as: /Taken (2008) /Taken [Theatrical] (2008).mkv /Taken [unrated] (2008).mkv Both editions show up as a separate entry. As of right now, I've just taken to changing the name of each entry in the server so I can tell them apart. What I'd like to know is if there is a way to elegantly group them together under the same entry and choose which one to play after I select the movie from the main movie menu. I've thought about putting the non-theatrical versions in a "special" folder, but I was wondering if there was a better way to do this. Thanks, Chris
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