Just wanted to let everyone know about how I get my TV onto my touch (seeing as Australia doesn't have iTunes TV/Movies yet), and have it come up with all of the metadata you need to have it categorized properly... and boy does it work well! First step is to get your TV show onto your system. There are legal ways (iTunes in the USA & now UK - then you don't need this guide), semi legal ways (DVD's ripped using Handbrake), and then there are non-legal ways (ie "*******TV") Please Register or Log in to view images One you have your show, we need to convert it and tag it. Tools you Need. 1. iSquint (free) or preferably VisualHub 2. MetaX What to do. 1. Convert your show from non-iPod format to iPod format using iSquint or VisualHub. VisualHub will give you more control of the resultant output (just choose "Optimize for iPod Touch" and go). 2. Do a search on your show on IMDB so you have things like the Actors, Producers etc. 3. Do a search using Google for Images of the show's DVD cover or poster (e.g. Battlestar Galactica) 4. Open MetaX, and drag the file you want to add info to onto it. 5. Fill out the details as follows: Info Tab Title: Episode Name Artist: Actors (seperated by commas) Date: Date of screening (only if you want to) Rating: Censorship rating Description: Put in a description of the show and/or episode Image: Drag and drop your image you got from Google onto the cow. Video Tab Video Kind: TV Show Director/Producer/Cast/Screenwriter: Fill in if you have the details Show: Show Name (ie Battlestar Galactica) Season: Season number Episode: Episode number If you are going to do a number of episodes of the same show, at this point I recommend you hit the "Presets" button and hit the "+", and type in the name of the show. Next time you add an episode you can hit presets and click on the show name and it will add the show info and show graphic - then you just change the details that are different (such as episode Title, episode number & description). You can queue up a number of shows/episodes to process by dragging and dropping more videos. Then you just hit "Write". Once complete (the cow moo's) you can then go to iTunes, and choose "Add to Library" and point it at the files you just made. In a few moments they'll all be in iTunes (and sync'd to your shiny new Touch) in the TV Shows category. Just like a bought one! Regards, Shane. Note: This is a copy of a post I made over on the Mactalk.com.au forums, but thought it might be of interest over here too.