Music Video Sorting?
Teddybears ft. Robyn - Cobra Style
Anyone have any Deep Thoughts about how videos should be categorized? If not, skip it, this is really that boring.
Let's say for arguments sake that I'm building a playlist of
videos from 120 minutes (Like say from this comprehensive list right
I've already decided that any band that gets one of their songs on 120 Minutes one time gets all of their songs in this folder. Because I don't want to have 3 different places where I can find songs of one band. It gets unruly. The only exception to this is the "Arcade Pizza" folder. These are songs that ubiquitous on the radio when I was a kid, especially in arcades and pizzerias of the '80s and '90s. For that case I have /videos/Arcade Pizza, as well as /videos/120 Minutes/Arcade Pizza.
Question is, should I only put stuff that appeared on the actual show, or should I put bands that /should/ have been on 120 minutes, but weren't, because MTV could show neither the full name of the band nor the full name of the song involved?
Or what if they're too new, like this video philosophically belongs to 120 Minutes, but it's only a year and a half old:
I think they should go in, but I'm holding off. Teddybears would have been HEAVY ROTATION on 120 minutes if they'd existed then.
Should I kick Evan Dando out because he spoiled my Juliana? These are questions that require fucking answers.
I'm nearing 3000 music vids now, so these things are starting to become problems I have to think about. I need to nip this shit in the bud before I have 20,000 videos and no damn plan at all.
The Bonus Question is: Do I change the name of the Youtube video to fit a rational style, or leave it alone? For instance:
I Was A Teenage Zombie (2016) [heHh9EIlAbw].mp4
Should be renamed to:
The Fleshtones - I Was A Teenage Zombie (2016) [heHh9EIlAbw].mp4
The "[heHh9EIlAbw]" is the only actually important part of that filename anyway, since that's the video ID on Youtube, so it'll be youtube.com?v=heHh9EIlAbw. That is there for pattern matching, so I think that makes it OK to rename shit.