How can I fix incorrect video categories with the XBox Video application in Windows 8?
LolaBelle 1 year ago
It seems like the Xbox Video app in Windows 8 just tosses a lot of videos in the “other” category when filing them away. I have tried to find a way to correct this so I don’t have a library full of “other” videos (instead of movies in the movies category, for example), but I haven’t figured out how to change the video type for the files. Is there a way to do this?
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