You mean creating "dummy" folders with the name of the movie i want to add ?
Yes, a video is recognized either by the file name, either by the folder name. If the video is in a VIDEO_TS folder, there's no choice, the name must be taken from the folder above the VIDEO_TS folder.
You need to put each movie inside their own folder, for example:
/Balto Movies/Balto 2/VIDEO_TS/
/Balto Movies/Balto 3/VIDEO_TS/
I don't understand why you have several movies inside the same VIDEO_TS folder. I don't think it's normal to do that.
I don´t want to create an boxset of movies that are in the database but add movies that are
not regconized because of the above story.
If each movie has its own folder, there'll be no more problem., they'll be recognized (and in case they're not, you'll be able to associate them manually with the "play" icon).
But why tagging when i could add Balto 2 & 3 to Balto 1 while they are on
the same disk....
With different folders, you'll be able to scan those movies. But they won't appear as a pack, and I thought that it was important to you that they appear as a pack. But if it's just a scanning problem => different folders.
"Franchising" sorry, don´t know the meaning, the dictionairy tells me it got
something to do with banking....
A movie franchise is when there are several movies with the same universe, the same characters, and connected plots. There can be sequels, prequels, remakes, etc...http://www.the-numbers.com/movies/franchises/http://www.totalfilm.com/features/the-32-most-successful-movie-franchises-of-all-time
Franchises don't exist only in the cinema industry. There can be book franchises, comics franchises, etc... For example, the Spiderman comics became a movie franchise. Or the books from Tolkien... Or the books from J. K. Rolling...
Sometimes, it starts with a movie, who's successful, and becomes a franchise when the studio decides to make a sequel (Fast & Furious).
When a studio owns the rights on a franchise, the other studio are not allowed to make movies with that universe and those characters.