I searched for a few key words although it is possible I missed it. I have for a long time wanted to rip our DVD/Blu-Ray discs onto my QNAP NAS. I started this a couple of weeks ago and am progressing. I have been shell-shocked out how good a relatively recent DVD looks I actually have went back and checked on a couple as I was sure they were DVD's but looked like Blu-Rays. The DVD's look really incredible and the Blu-Rays look even better.
On both my 205 and 203 however I now have many movies, that are named properly in my NAS Movies folder, show up as "title_00" or something to that effect. They play and once I play them I know what they are but they are not named properly on the Oppo. I am currently at 168 movies in that folder now.
I am using MakeMKV and am not doing any compression. Again everything plays fine but the names are not displaying properly. I have gone out and back in and power-cycled everything but yet this issue persists. The funny thing is the proper title manes goes so far, then the standard "Title" shows up for a bunch of ripped movies and then there are like 4-5 at the end of the list that then have the proper name. If the players can see and access the folder and the proper names are in the folder why do they not show correctly on the Oppo's? I still probably have 100+ to go but don't want to do so if this will be a un-correctable problem.
Just to give you the facts:
Gigabit network switches connecting everything. Both the 205 and 203 are hard wired.
Accessing the QNAP via the "Network" option on the Oppo's
Going to the Movies Folder
then somewhere around the "T's" it just starts saying "title_00" all the way up to Wonder Woman and then the names are back.
In the folder every single movie is labeled by the correct name of the movie. My PC sees this no problem.
When I view the movie folder on my phone or tablet all of the movie names show up correctly.
Is there a limit to the number of movies you can have names in one folder for the Oppo's?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.