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It has its own scraper

xml? nfo?
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xml? nfo?

It creates its own jriversidecar.xml files.
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Fyi, the DLNA function just came out and is in beta. Also, there are only profiles for a few devices right now. It's coming, but it's not quite there yet. It's kind of amazing what they're doing though. For instance, on the PS3 and Xbox 360 (and other devices presumably), it presents posters. It also organizes TV shows with season folders, etc.

I couldn't find a Plex device profile for my TV model so decided it would be too much hassle to play around with it until it's been developed a little more. Serviio is doing the job quite well at the moment, and does a similar organisation of season folders for TV series. One less sevice to run and manage on the HTPC would be good though.
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