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PostSubject: How to manage multiple languages   Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:27 pm

Hi there!
I have been using Media Companion quite successfully to manage my movie collection. However, I am having some problems managing non-english movies.
I have several Italian language movies (in a separate directory from the English movies). In the general movie preferences (v.3.400) I set to use the italian mirror of imdb. The movies are usually scraped except that the title is in English instead of Italian. Is there a way to force the Italian language? Or is there a different scrape, perhaps one that is fully italian?
Any idea or even workflow suggestion for managing multiple languages is appreciates!
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