Originally Posted by Scottes
As it happened I happened to use Ember last night on exactly the same Pixar short films as you mention, and they all got recognised perfectly and I now have .NFOs created. Previously I let Boxee srape them itself, but it was very hit and miss on identifying them.
The choice depends on how you want to access them. if you want to access them as associated with the main movie, then the previous suggestion by Kr1z makes sense (its what I do when I have both a 3D and a non-3D version of files to watch on different TVs).
However I prefer to have the "Mini"s visible as Movies in their own right, so giving them their own sub-directory and allowing Boxee (or Ember now) to scrape is my preference.
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