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Organizing Video amongst multiple formats

Powertrip (702807) writes | more than 7 years ago

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With my media collection growing as fast as the latest hard-drives, my organizational structure for all my movies and videos is lacking. I am finding that many of my movie files end up being converted to another format to fit my iPod, down-sample them so I can stream them or use on my laptop, or create a new version for the Apple TV. I seem to have 2 to 3 versions of these files now, and my organizational structure is non-existent at best. How does everyone else cope with all the different viWith my media collection growing as fast as the latest hard-drives, my organizational structure for all my movies and videos is lacking. I am finding that many of my movie files end up being converted to another format to fit my iPod, down-sample them so I can stream them or use on my laptop, or create a new version for the Apple TV. I seem to have 2 to 3 versions of these files now, and my organizational structure is non-existent at best. How does everyone else cope with all the different video/media formats? Are you keeping multiple copies, or are you 'converting' on the fly when you need to?

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