[quote=Binnerup;17335408]First of all, it will give you a much more appealing interface than the Sony changer itself - this means larger covers, browse by genres, custom filters, sort options, ect. ect.
Then, optionally, it lets you browse not only titles in the changer, but also offline titles (on shelf), titles stored on harddrive or network storage.
You can say that the adding of data is partly manual - you must add the titles to your collection manually, but all the data is already in our webservice, including cover arts, ect. ect. Hopefully, later we will be able to extend it to automatically detect all titles in the changer.[quote]
Thank you, the images and explantion are very helpful. I'm am very much a newbie when it comes to Media PC computers. The interface is certainly more appealing.
When you view your library on the tv screen, would it include the movies from both the computer hard drive and the changer at the same time, so that the moives stored on both sources would be "combined" on the screen regardless of their source? In other words, could "10,000 BC" be from the megachanger and "A Knight's Tale" be on the hard drive in the images you provided? Or do you have to switch back and forth from a changer interface
"library" to a computer interface "library", not being able to see all your movies at one time.
By using a remote for the PC, you could select the movie and play it even though it was stored on the megachanger. What about other megachanger functions like stop, reverse, FF, etc, would these be functional with the PC remote or would you still need to use the Sony or third part remote.