Originally Posted by lakaw
- Install MB 220.127.116.11 beta
- Configure Dameon Tools to point to VCDMount.exe (For Vista x64 the path is: C:\\Program Files (x64)\\Elaborate Bytes\\VCDMount.exe) and check autoplay. (This is configured in Media Browser.)
- Configure Vista Autoplay for BluRay & HD DVD to TMT.
That's what I did for PowerDVD, and it works great. I've also edited the .config file to use TheaterTek for my Sd Dvd's.
Once I get around to trying Meta Browser, I think My Movies may be extinct on my HTPC. If anyone's been waiting for the MCML version of MM, try MB it's one great plugin!
I set the autoplay options to "ask me", since it was launching the full on version of TMT instead of the VMC version for some reason. After doing that, it launched the VMC version of TMT.
But yeah, you are right, it is just that easy.
As a note, meta browser is very nice. I wish it pulled info from Amazon.com reviews as well, for those items it does not have in its database. I go ahead and manually enter those items.
Originally Posted by tsb
Will MB automatically scan my watched folders for isos, add them to my videos tab and let me manually configure the coverart? Most of my isos are renamed, so I worry they won't be picked up automatically.
Also is the path to the mounting program editable in the options, or do I need to edit some other configuration file?
Thanks for the help, maybe I'll try it out in the next few days.
I found it was easier to open the xml file (found in the programdata folder not the program files folder) than type it all out in that bar. The location bar will not allow you to copy and paste.
It did not find any of the items in my watched folders, only the items in the My Videos folder. I have that redirected (an option if you right click on the My Videos folder) to my ripped DVD folder. To get the HDM, MKV, TV Shows, etc. to show up, I put shortcuts to those folders inside the My Videos folder.
If you use metabrowser (not to be confused with Media Browser - MB), you can change the name of the movie you are searching for and it will find the info. It will rename the display name of the file (the one you see in MB), but you can change it to whatever you want after you download the meta info.