Originally Posted by duder1982
I don't know why it came out like that but if you can see it then maybe you can see what I am talking about.
Looks like your movie either didn't scan into the library properly or
you are using file browser mode rather than library mode. For the latter just back out to the main menu and enter the movies sub menu instead of the video menu. For the former...
You mentioned the movie not playing corectly, only in bits? Just to be sure, when using MakeMkv, did you rip only the main title (usually the largest file size)? For now at least that's all you want, go ahead and deselect all the other checkboxes before you rip. We can mess with special features later if you really want them. Get rid of everything except the main feature for now. Next, regarding file/folder structure, move your main title .mkv rips into individual folders named as "The Movie Name (year)" without quotation marks. For example-
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)
Use imdb to confirm movie name and year. You can rename the .mkv if you want but it's not necessary.
Assuming all this has already been done, you can run MCM if you want but I've personally found the xbmc scrapers to be quite reliable as long as your folders are named correctly
. From there rescan your sources into xbmc being sure to select the options that the source contains movies, you want to use the imdb scraper and that movies are in separate folders.
I know you've likely already done most of that, just trying to start with the easy solutions