You can edit almost any field of metadata with the exception of the Vendor ID and Apple ID. To edit metadata, visit My Movies.
To replace poster art:
You also have the option to replace poster art with an asset-only delivery in Transporter.
To make it easier for iTunes customers to find and purchase a specific film, the year the film was originally released may be added to the title so it is not confused with similar titles. For example, films that have been remade or films with the same title often include the year the film was originally released in the title. Do not remove the year the film was released from the film title.
It can take up to 24 hours for changes made in iTunes Connect to be reflected on the store. If it has been more than 24 hours, check the Localized Metadata tab for any country-specific title or synopsis information that may be overriding the worldwide metadata.
If you have a limited view in iTunes Connect or need to make a modification for a country that isn’t listed, contact your company’s iTunes Connect Admin user to make sure your account has appropriate access.
While metadata for uploaded film usually appears in iTunes Connect within a few hours, it can take several days for the film to complete encoding and for QC status to appear. If you are an encoding house, you can use the Status mode in Transporter to get information about the status of your film.
If the metadata is still not displaying several days after you successfully delivered via Transporter, contact us.