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#1 d3k0y

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Posted 16 January 2008 - 11:03 PM

I have had this problem for quite a while and have searched for a solution to the problem to no avail. But in Windows Media Player, it sorts by Title. I have renamed some of my files but sometimes it keeps the original Title that the file was made with. For example, if I rip a DVD to my computer, it may keep the name DVD6827482. I am able to rename the file but when the file is added to the Windows Media Library it will show the original Title. Is there a way (except going through and manually changing each and every Title name in WMP) to make it so the file name becomes the Title? Thanks a lot.

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Posted 17 January 2008 - 04:20 AM

Try going into WMP and clicking on the DVD titles name in the library.
You can either double click the file name, or right click> edit.

Hope that helps

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