Okay I see what’s going on. Your original file seems to have a lot of custom metadata. MCEBuddy doesn’t copy all metadata, just select pieces based on requests and formats over the years. Hence you don’t see everything in the destination file.
What program/device are you using to record your content who’s generating that level of metadata?
You can open a feature request to copy all metadata from the source file to the destination. If so please provide us with sample files (10MB samples are good) for different types of shows (movies, sports, new, series/shows, documentaries etc) so we can test them properly. You can use the file splitter to provided to get the first 10MB of each recording and upload them to the server.
As for the title, MCEBuddy is parsing the title and breaking it up into season and episode. This was done for compatibility with players so they can organize the libraries.
INFORMATION> 2019-07-15T16:40:13 MCEBuddy.MetaData.VideoMetaData --> Extracting Generic Tags
INFORMATION> 2019-07-15T16:40:13 MCEBuddy.MetaData.VideoMetaData --> Read Tags: MPEG4 file detected using AppleTag
2019-07-15T16:40:13 MCEBuddy.MetaData.VideoMetaData --> Looking for Season/Episode information in text
2019-07-15T16:40:13 MCEBuddy.MetaData.VideoMetaData --> Pattern 1, Found Season/Episode information in text, Season:2019, Episode:220
2019-07-15T16:40:13 MCEBuddy.MetaData.VideoMetaData --> Extracted Generic Tags: Title: PBS NewsHour
SubTitle: July 14, 2019 - PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode
Description: July 14, 2019 - PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode
Media Credits: PBS NewsHour
Banner URL: https://image.pbs.org/video-assets/zYoTMvp-asset-mezzanine-16x9-EvhAkIf.jpg
Is Show Movie: False
Is Show Sports: False