Okay, I've been trying to figure out a way to get my local trailers to show in Boxee. I've done searches and read some of the tips, but I have one question about how Boxee scans for files. For example, when I rip my movies, if a movie had an unrated version on a disk, I'll rip both versions, theatrical and unrated. So in the movie folder, it'll look like this:
I have this structure for several movies, and Boxee will show both files in the file list under Movies. Lately I've dropped local trailers in all my folders expecting them to just show up as a 2nd or 3rd file in the list, but Boxee skips all of them. I've tried several naming structures:
Boxee never sees them. Does it skip files if there are keywords in the file name? I don't know why it shows all my "movie.unrated" files but skips all my "movie.trailer" files ... it doesn't make sense. I would think all files in that movie folder would show up in the file list unless they are like a "part1 / part2" situation where Boxee combines it into one file in the list.
Any one know?