NEWS · RELEASE

Version 2.8.1

x do not reset certification style to SHORT
x remove movies without VIDEO files after update data sources
x follow symlinks with our new “update datasource” logic
x fixed loading of TV show special season posters
x fixed reading codec of Microsoft VC-1 via MediaInfo
x fixed update single datasource for movies
x fixed renaming movies with colon
x prefer MI data from common video types over disc... Read More ›

NEWS · RELEASE

Version 2.8

IMPORTANT: changed certification output (in NFO files) from a fixed string to a set of templates.
! Please check your movie settings after upgrade !
Default for Kodi NFOs: LARGE (e.g. DE:FSK 16 / DE:FSK16 / DE:16 / DE:ab 16)
Default for MP NFOs: TECHNICAL (e.g. DE_FSK16)

+ added subtitle scraping (via OpenSubtitles.org) http://goo.gl/oRnXnr
+ complete rewrite of “update datasource” for movies - massive performance boost!!!
+ complete rewrite... Read More ›

NEWS · FEATURE

Offline movies

With version 2.8 we’ve added a feature called offline movies. This feature can be used to add offline movies like DVD, BluRay or VHS movies to your media library and assist Kodi with the playback of these movies (see the Kodi wiki for more information).

The offline movies feature works as follows:

  • when detecting an existing .disc file in your data source, this movie will be marked as an offline movie inside... Read More ›

NEWS · FEATURE

Subtitle language style

With version 2.8 we’ve introduced some different presets for the subtitle language styles in the file names.

The main problem was that some media centers need an explicit format of the language to be detected while others are more flexible. Since there are some different “standards” out there, we’ve included the most used styles into our settings:

  • ISO 639-2/T 2 letter code (e.g. de)
  • ISO 639-2/T 3 letter code (e.g. deu)
  • ISO 639-2/B 3... Read More ›

NEWS · FEATURE

Movie editions

With version 2.8 we’ve added a feature called movie editions. Before 2.8 having a movie in several editions (e.g. Directors Cut and Extended Edition) resulted in a messed up directory after renaming (the renamer put the two editions in the same destination folder).

With version 2.8 there is a new field in the movie editor where you can choose the movie edition for this movie. This field will also be pre-filled during “update datasources” along... Read More ›