No, that’s all there. Only the technical information is not based upon MediaInfo initially but on naming of the files.
No - the initial scrape grabs all that, the only thing missing until you play are media badges at the bottom of the details screen.Does that mean then that there is no posters, plot description, etc. for a movie until I hit play on it?
Thanks for the response.Unfortunately there's no centralised library which would be ideal, but when you have two or more Zidoos setup pointing at the same sources they will all scrape the same information.
Once you have the library setup on each device, any further additions get scraped the same automatically on each device.
I also then export artwork and NFOs from a "master" box which means if something goes awry with a box, it can be rescraped using local resources and return to the same state.
The database itself lives on the internal storage, but it's just SQL Lite so a few Mb at absolute worst.Thanks for the response.
Do you know where the Home Theater library gets stored?
If it's on the local storage (I believe the Z9X has 16GB available) - are you aware of anyone running out of space with a large library?
I have crashed HT3/4 a number of times with a "large" database There are a couple of posts on the Zidoo forum and a recent thread about this. Movies are not the necessarily the issue but TV series can be as these generate a large number of database entries ie series/season/episode/actor entries let alone artwork (stored externally). I have encountered the same issue with the Dune "My Collection" app once again due to the database being held in system/flash memory. In the new android based Dunes the option to store the database externally at present now no longer exists previously you could move it to a "special" partition if you formatted an internal HDD/SSD correctly. I have posted a number of times on the Zidoo forum about holding the database externally on an sd card/NAS etc. separate from system flash memory which the "old school "YAMJ (defunct) and yaDIS (possibly on its way out for TV due to changes in the TVDB api) and KODI (external sql database) or MyMovies for Dune can do.The database itself lives on the internal storage, but it's just SQL Lite so a few Mb at absolute worst.
The posters, backdrops and Clear Logos are stored on internal storage by default, again not taking up much room, but you can specify a custom location for that in settings if you wish.
Personally I use local artwork and NFOs in the movie directories to scrape from in which case the poster directory doesn't get used.
No, I've never heard of anyone running out of storage..