Originally Posted by FantaXP7
Yea I think that screenshot is just to display how it would look within a web browser. But you're right, from the videos they have display with chapters and extra tab it was all to include MKV rips of your extras and make tabs for screenshots downloaded etc giving that cool appearance as if it were a real blu ray.
At least that's what I have gotten from looking at the pics/video.
I've been setting mine up like this:
Then I display it in MB using the Chocolate theme on a list view once I get into the Movie folder. So far works pretty slick. MB seems to capture screne shots from the extras mkvs and use them as the folder images which is great (or maybe its Plex, I don't know, but I like it.)
Only a couple things I have yet to work out:
1) My main librarys are always on cover flow, which I prefer, but since that is the default, every time I add a movie, I need to switch it to the list view in the movie folder. I'm sure there is a better way to do that, but haven't figure it out yet.
2) The Extras folder comes before the Main Title folder on the list unless the movie name comes alphabetically before Extra. I'd rather it display 'Main Title' than the movie name, then display Extras after that. I can fix that by putting the movie into another folder under Main Title, but I'd rather not. Trying to figure out if there is someway I can get it to always sort on the folder name in reverse order
3) I discovered that 'Deleted Scenes' is also the name of a gay prono as MB or Plex scraped that information and folder cover for one of the movies I ripped! That was a bit of a surprise. For now, I've just changed them to 'Movie - Deleted Scenes' to avoid that.
Overall, I'm pretty happy with it. It's a bit of a pain at times to figure out which mkv file (I'm using MakeMKV) goes with which extra. If there are only a few, it only takes a few minutes, but American Reunion came up with about 40 files, so that took close to half an hour to sort out.
I did discover that many HD-DVDs (have about 50) actually name the transport stream (if that's the right term) with the name of the video, so they were already labeled when I ripped them! That was nice. Blu-ray needs to get with the program!