Playliste für Filme immer zufällig

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    wenn ich eine Playliste für Filme erstelle, dann sind die Filme nicht in der alphabetischen Reihenfolge, sondern immer zufällig eingetragen, obwohl ich natürlich nicht "Zufällige Reihenfolge" angewählt habe. Bei Musikplaylisten ist alles OK. Wie kann man das abschalten?
    Anbei ein Screenshot dazu.

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