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#56635 19-Jan-2010 18:29
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I have a WDTV HD Live thingy, which I have about 70 odd movies etc connected to so far.
They are all organised in their own folders, with a folder.jpg with the Movie Poster etc so the browser picks them up and displays them with a picture.

What I want to do is place them into categorised folders, eg. Movies, TV Series, Music Videos. But I would like a nice picture for these master folders.

My Photoshop skills are nix. I was wondering if anyone had seen any pictures/Icons on the 'net anywhere that I could purloin?

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  #292302 22-Jan-2010 19:20
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These could be a good place to start:

TV Database

Movies

For music, I usually Google fanart for the band/artist I am looking for.




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  #292632 24-Jan-2010 09:17
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Thanks,

I have no problems getting art for specific shows/movies. I want something generic, so I can create a folder for 'TV Shows', 'Movies', 'Music Videos' etc and have a picture for those header folders.

 
 
 
 


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  #292634 24-Jan-2010 09:25
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trig42: Thanks,

I have no problems getting art for specific shows/movies. I want something generic, so I can create a folder for 'TV Shows', 'Movies', 'Music Videos' etc and have a picture for those header folders.



Try searching for "Imagesbyname" and "media browser". People upload their images and they often include genre icons.

Wal



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  #292857 25-Jan-2010 12:43
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Perfect.

Thank You!

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