Currently Being ModeratedOct 11, 2013 1:05 PM (in response to jtzuercher)
One thing you can do is when you rigth click on a Movie and choose "Get Info" there are two fields you want to look at. First in the Optiont Tab you want to use the "Media Kind" drop down to choose the type of media the file is which will sort that file appropriatly. The second field is in the Info Tab and it's the Genre (there are some built in Genres or you can just type in whatever you want). This works for the AppleTV when using Home Sharing, when you go to Movies there will be a tab on the top to choose Genre and then you can just have your main Genre's such as Kid Movies and Adult Movies (there's no secondary sorting available from there).
For TV Shows I haven't found a solution that works for seperating Adult shows from Kid shows (I actually asked a similiar question in the forum as well). If I find anything I'll share it for sure since I know this is something that most people would like to have available.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 13, 2013 8:58 AM (in response to ENSIDev)
This did the trick for me...thanks!
Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2014 12:44 PM (in response to ENSIDev)
I can't edit anything when I go to the Options or Info tabs... any ideas?
The lack of organizational options is frustrating
Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2014 1:02 PM (in response to ENSIDev)
So it seems that any movies that I ripped using Handbrake I'm unable to edit the Options or Info tabs. Is there a way around this? Also, how in the world does iTunes determine if something is a Home Video versus a Movie? It seems completely arbitrary from what I can tell.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2014 2:59 PM (in response to ENSIDev)
Nevermind, I figured it out. There was a permissions issue with the videos that I ripped using Handbrake. I had to grant my user account Read/Write permissions to the Movies & Home Videos folder and tell it to apply to all enclosed items then re-launch iTunes and was able to edit the Options & Info tabs.
Also, it appears that iTunes puts store purchased videos or digital downloads (that come with many physical movies now) into the Movies folder by default. Any ripped videos or personal videos taken on a phone, camera, etc appear to go to the Home Videos folder by default. This is a logical separation of video content to me so now that I understand it (I think) then I'll leave it alone for the time being.