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tommad

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Post Fri Jun 10, 2022 5:13 pm

Original-Language Titles Showing Up for US-Released Films

I have a few DVDs in my collection ("Once Upon a TIme in the West" and "Love is All You Need" for example) that when downloaded onto the Serviio server only show up with the original-language title in the browser.

In the case of these two films, the first letter is different and the films are NOT easily found in the browser.

How can I force the use of the English title (which I ripped from) for these films?

Thanks in advance.
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atc98092

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Post Fri Jun 10, 2022 8:17 pm

Re: Original-Language Titles Showing Up for US-Released Film

How are you naming your files? Searching TheMovieDB.org, I see four different potential matches for "Love is all you need". They are all from different years, so having the year in the file name helps with the identification.

When you say original language title, can you be more specific about what is being returned? Neither of those names return a title that doesn't match up with the name.
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