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Master Geek


Topic # 64683 20-Jul-2010 15:14
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Anyone using mymovies??? speed wise and options wise it appears to blow mediabrowser away.... anyway one problem with it is automatically downloading cover art from folder names (my folders are named correctly). Anybody know of a way to do this automatically rather than me spending 6 hours getting the content for each movie?

Also what are your thoughts on mymovies vs mediabrowser?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 354137 20-Jul-2010 19:37
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I use media browser and find it pretty quick, it never crashes and has some cool features like parental control which come in handy for me.  Plus with the addition of Metabrowser you can automatically down the meta data and cover art etc. 

Also Media browser does tv shows which I don't think mymovies does.

The same question has been asked at the green button too...

http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/p/79837/395971.aspx#395971




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  Reply # 354324 21-Jul-2010 08:11
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I'm using Media Center Master for the collecting of meta-data and organising and then Media Browser for viewing.

Works well for me.

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