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Hey All,

Just curious if someone actually knows how to build a killer movie database on an external HDD,

I have a 3TB drive and I want to set it up similar to the way a mate had his set up, He had a 2TB drive and 6 folders in the main directory

Actor,Genre, Producer...ect... once you open one of these it would give you a list of files that fall under those catagories,

I tried to copy his entire HDD over to mine but it would not allow me to, it was saying each of these files were 1.85tb.

My question is how can i link the files to each other like that, is it something to do with metadata?

I asked my mate how he did it, he reckons one of his guru mates from uni done it..

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