In years past, I recorded virtually every Men's NCAA Tournament basketball game using Windows Media Center. I could always see the teams that were playing, the network they were on, and the date and time they were recorded.
Women's College Basketball_BIG10WH632_2022_03_04_17_59_00_Big Ten Tournament- Michigan vs. Nebraska.wtv
Women's College Basketball_ESPNUHD621_2022_03_11_08_59_00_Big 12 Tournament- Kansas vs. Oklahoma.wtv
College Basketball_PAC12HD628_2022_03_10_18_00_01_Pac-12 Tournament- Washington State vs. UCLA.wtv
College Basketball_ESPN2HD624_2022_03_11_18_29_00_Big 12 Tournament, Second Semifinal- Oklahoma vs Texas Tech.wtv
It was a simple matter to organize these into sortable names that had the most important details in the name, which was especially invaluable when filesizes were 15GB+ for most games and I would need to offload them to another drive for the sheer size of the month's recordings.
With Channels, I have no idea how I'm going to manage all these files, as just this past week I've been getting filenames such as:
College Basketball Big 12 Tournament TBA vs 2023-03-09-1200
College Basketball Mountain West Tournament 2023-03-09-1200
College Basketball Pac12 Tournament TBA vs U 2023-03-09-1200
College Basketball SEC Tournament TBA vs Ten 2023-03-09-1200
College Basketball Pac12 Tournament Washingt 2023-03-09-1430
College Basketball Big East Tournament DePau 2023-03-09-1600
College Basketball Big Ten Tournament TBA vs 2023-03-10-0900
Just to list a few. When I offload these to make room for my usual programming, I have no idea how I'm going to know which teams were in these games. Is there any way to rename the files while they're still in the recording library?
Thanks for any suggestions!