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aust3333 » September 29th, 2012, 10:39 am wrote:I have searched but cannot find the answer to this. I have recently started converting my Blu Ray movies to the m2ts format instead of ISO because of issues with playback due to Seamless Branching. My issue now is that after I create the file to m2ts, it now has that file extension on the tile and is placed in the HDD section of AIOS. I would like my movies with this file type to show up in the Videos section. In fact, I would like all of my movies to show up there. Can someone point me in the right direction on how to do this?
aust3333 » September 30th, 2012, 11:32 am wrote:Tried to rename and it did not work. When the file is brought up to make the change, I notice the file extension is missing. So after adding the file extension of .iso and saving the changes, the file shows up as for example Battleship.iso.m2ts.
aust3333 » September 30th, 2012, 2:33 pm wrote:I am using the Aios GUI to rename.
I c, makes sense for the GUI to protect the file extension then.
Try using your PC.
or if you can telnet to box you can use the "mv" command to rename the files.
"mv old_name.old_ext new_name.new_ext"
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