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maid

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hidden file
« on: January 20, 2020, 10:19:21 pm »

Hi, I was tying to hide music video from the audio list and i changed the media sub type to video now i cant find them
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Re: hidden file
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2020, 04:59:09 am »

Just use the "Explorer" function under "Drive & Devices" in the left Navigation bar, with the "Show Only Files In Library" checkbox ticked to navigate to where the files are, and then fix their [Media Type] and [Media Sub Type] tags as required.

Note that there isn't actually a [Media Sub Type] of "Video", so I assume you had [Media Type] set to "Audio" and changed the [Media Sub Type] to "Music Video". Then if your View excluded files with a [Media Sub Type] of "Music Video", the file disappeared from the View.

If the above doesn't work, could you check and clarify what you actually did?
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  Running JRiver for Android, JRemote2, Gizmo, & MO 4Media on a Sony Xperia XZ Premium Android 9.
  Playing video out to a Sony 65" TV connected via HDMI, playing digital audio out via motherboard sound card, PCIe TV tuner
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