Currently Being ModeratedFeb 7, 2013 2:17 PM (in response to GogoGadget69)
I had the same problem. After I read on here that you can see the movie in the iTunes media folder on your computer, I went straight there. Sure enough, there was the movie I had been trying to import was in the Home Movies folder. So, I went back to iTunes and I did File>Add To Library>iTunes>iTunes Media>Home Movies and clicked on my file. It showed up instantly in my iTunes library. All I had to do was change it from a Home Movie to a Movie in its settings. This is an annoying glitch, but I have tried this method several times and it works like a charm.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 19, 2013 8:30 AM (in response to FarNorth_64N147W)
Are running Mac OS 10.8x? I noticed painfully slow video scanning performance in iTunes 11 when on 10.7.5. Now iTunes is scanning my new videos much faster, though still a little slower than with iTunes 10, after an upgrade to 10.8.
I made a simple video tutorial for "Adding Your Own Videos into iTunes"