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    Lightbulb Tutorial: Controlling what videos are read from ripped DVDs / Blu-rays / ISOs

    Mezzmo can find and read all the videos from your ripped DVDs / Blu-rays and ISOs.

    By default, Mezzmo will skip any video that is shorter than 15 minutes in length. It does this to ignore videos that are used for menus, copyright notices, etc. so that you just get the main movie or TV shows added into your Mezzmo library.

    If you have a ripped DVD / Blu-ray / ISO that does contain short videos that you want to stream (e.g. typically home videos or music videos), then you can tell Mezzmo to override the 15 minute cut-off and specify your own minimum duration. Note: This feature requires Mezzmo v4.1.0.0 or later.

    For ripped DVDs / Blu-rays:

    Create a text file in the DVD / Blu-ray folder with the following naming scheme:

    F:\Video\Inception_DVD
    F:\Video\Inception_DVD\VIDEO_TS
    F:\Video\Inception_DVD\AUDIO_TS
    F:\Video\Inception_DVD\Inception_DVD_define.mzi

    Note: The text file has the same name as the DVD / Blu-ray folder and has "_define.mzi" appended to it.

    The contents of the text file are:

    [General]
    DvdMinDuration=45


    (where 45 is the number of minutes that you wish to specify for the minimum video duration to ignore)



    For DVD / Blu-ray ISOs:

    D:\Video\BourneIdentity.iso
    D:\Video\BourneIdentity_define.mzi

    Note: The text file has the same name as the ISO file name and has "_define.mzi" appended to it.

    The contents of the text file are:

    [General]
    DvdMinDuration=45


    (where 45 is the number of minutes that you wish to specify for the minimum video duration to ignore)
    Last edited by Paul; 10-31-2014 at 07:05 PM.

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