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    Why are lots of videos showed 2 times when I select
    'all video files' ?
    The file is only 1 time on the HD.

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    Do they appear duplicated if you look at the same folder in Mezzmo's GUI?

    Are they located on a network share or a local drive?

    Try running maintenance and select the "Remove" option and see if that cleans them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Do they appear duplicated if you look at the same folder in Mezzmo's GUI?

    Are they located on a network share or a local drive?

    Try running maintenance and select the "Remove" option and see if that cleans them up.
    Done dont change anything.

    They are also duplicated at the same folder in Mezzmo's GUI.

    They are located on a lokal USB drive.

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    Ok, can you please click on one of those files, then look in the properties pane and see what the path is. Then click on the duplicate and check the path and see what the difference is? Or copy-and-paste both paths here and I'll check them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Ok, can you please click on one of those files, then look in the properties pane and see what the path is. Then click on the duplicate and check the path and see what the difference is? Or copy-and-paste both paths here and I'll check them out.
    H:\Diverse\ABBA_Gold.mpg
    H:\\Diverse\ABBA_Gold.mpg

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    Ok, thanks. Can you please tell me if you added some files using linked playlists (or from iTunes) or did you add them through the "Add Folder" command?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Ok, thanks. Can you please tell me if you added some files using linked playlists (or from iTunes) or did you add them through the "Add Folder" command?
    It is all added via "Add Folder"

    My library looks as follows.

    "H:\" added with 'Video files' and a number of subfolders
    "H:\MP3_Musik" added with 'Music files' and a number of subfolders
    "I:\" added with 'Video files' and a number of subfolders
    "I:\Billeder" added with 'photos'
    There is no dublicates on "I:\"
    Last edited by erimads; 02-15-2012 at 08:38 PM.

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    Ok, we'll try to replicate it here. Looks like one of the adding methods has appended an extra '\' to the path name and this makes Mezzmo think the file is unique, thus it's added to the database. I'm just trying to figure out how that could've happened.

    I would suggest that you create a smart playlist and set the criteria to be path starting with "H:\\" (double slash) - this should list all those files and you can remove them from the database, leaving you with proper "H:\" files only.

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    I have tryed this but I couldn't get this to work.
    Then I tryed to delete all from the library, but I then get deleted to much.
    How is the correct way to edit or delete already added folders ?

    Then I do a total uninstall and a new install.
    Added my folders again, after the update of the database 'all video files' looks correct.
    When I after that go to folders and select one of those, then it starts a system job 'update thumbnail' for that folder.
    Then after that the dublication in 'all video files' went back.

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    After you added the folders back into your Library, did all tasks finish or were there tasks running when you tried to access one of those folders? The "update thumbnails" task shouldn't start on its own, unless new files/folders are found (or maintenance is run), so it's a bit strange why it does that. Are there any other tasks that happen when you go into that new folder?

    Do you have scheduled maintenance enabled by any chance?

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