There are two books, which should be read in conjunction with Movie File Merger.
The Movie File Merger Usage section explains how to work with Movie File Merger and frequent used third party programs. The Movie File Merger Settings section explains the configuration of Movie File Merger; basically, there should be at first no need to change the settings. The installation of all recommended programs is explained in the Installation section. Click on the user manual cover to view the manual or download it.
To organize videos on your hard disks seems like a simple thing. At least it is as long as the number of videos and available space stays within limits... If your stuff does not fit on one hard disk anymore, things start to get a little bit more complicated and duplicates are harder to avoid. General questions concerning the organization arise; how should the videos be grouped, so that they can be easily found... What happens if a hard disk dies? Click on the book cover to go view the book or download it.
Movie File Merger is free and will be all the time free and all features are available in the free version.
If Movie File Merger saved you some time organizing your video collection, just to donate a beer or two...
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Another way of contributing is to share your experience with Movie File Merger on Tips & Tricks for Movie File Merger or your ideas about how to organize videos on hard disks in general on Tips & Tricks for Organizing Videos.
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If you find a bug, please post it on the Movie File Merger Bug Reports forum.
If you are on GitHub you can also use one of the below-listed issue trackers to submit problems. Movie File Merger is built up out of 4 separate GitHub projects, that's why it has also 4 bug trackers.