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katjes
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PostSubject: .hostShared Folders in Vmware Fusion   \.host\Shared Folders in Vmware Fusion Icon_minitimeFri Jul 03, 2009 1:52 pm

Hi,

I started to play with Media Companion 3.019 running under Vmware Fusion on a MacBook Pro.
Mc scrapes my test movies located in a shared folder on the mac, it creates the video_ts.nfo file,
and it places them in the correct locations.
These files are perfectly okay, when I read them on the Mac.

But then, mc itself is not able to read these nfo-files back in for editing.
It complains that it cannot make sense of the hostname \.host\Shared Folders ...

I am a bit confused ... katjes
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PostSubject: .hostShared Folders in Vmware Fusion   \.host\Shared Folders in Vmware Fusion Icon_minitimeFri Jul 03, 2009 4:23 pm

Well, I found the answer myself...

You have to mount the shared folder with the movies
as a separate volume by going to workplace > extras.

It wasn't clear to me since I have never used windows ...
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