Infuse places movies in collections based on themoviedb.org that is where you will find the info on what movies are included in each collection. It appears that there are two collections there, one for the 2009 release of the girl with the dragon tattoo and includes The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.
The second collection is based off of the 2011 release of the girl with the dragon tattoo and includes The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl in the Spider’s Web
The 2009 collection is called The Millennium Collection (2009-2010)
The 2011 collection is called The Girl - Millennium Collection (2011-2018)
So there are two collections each based off a release of the movie on different release dates.
The file name for the movies are critical to how Infuse determines where to put it and what metadata to fetch. That is why I wanted to know the exact file names of some of the ones giving you problems. You can read how the files need to be named here Metadata 101 – Firecore
Adding to the confusion, there is “Millennium”, the Swedish TV series, which features extended versions of the Swedish movies. These total 9 hours in running time and IMHO are the best version to watch.
Thanks for all the help. I was able to finally get all three movies into the collection. Without the year, infuse was defaulting to the latest year and I changed the metadata and all was well with the world.
Thanks again (I’m a newbie and I think I have a much better understanding).
Glad you have things working like you want but I have to ask, why not add the year on the file name of those three movies as shown in the users guide and not have to fight modify anything since Infuse would then pick up the right info first time?