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Re: How to Organize a Personal Media Library
Posted by: Chris Maxcer 2008-01-22 04:18:38
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Few intrepid souls dare tread into the deep archives of amassing an organized and useful personal digital media library. There are spiders among those old home videos, movies, photos from childhood, recorded TV shows. However, what if you wanted all of your CDs, even the old ones, on your Mac? The answer is easy enough, you just rip them with iTunes. What about everything else, though -- DVDs, VHS tapes, photos, TV, and miscellaneous video clips taken with your cell phone? The answers get complicated, but it's all doable.

Use long filenames to curate the content
Posted by: SpectateSwamp 2019-06-05 15:56:54 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
We aren't limited to 8 chrs for a filename...
it's 250 characters or more..

My custom media player can even use the filename to determine the start point and play length of a clip... and more...
Long filenames .....
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