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Rusti
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PostSubject: Comparing to "My Movies"   Comparing to "My Movies" Icon_minitimeSun Dec 28, 2008 7:05 pm

Hey Billy,
Just wanted your feedback in comparing your program to the "My Movies" program.
I am using yours at the moment but wanted to see what your opinion is as to what the differences are and why yours is better etc..
Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Comparing to "My Movies"   Comparing to "My Movies" Icon_minitimeMon Dec 29, 2008 1:00 pm

I've not used "My Movies" so I can't really say.

After a quick look at their website i noticed a couple of things, firstly "My Movies" is not 100% free, many features are only unlocked once you donate, and secondly, it doesn't produce files compatible with XBMC, which was one of the primary purposes of Media Companion.

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PostSubject: Re: Comparing to "My Movies"   Comparing to "My Movies" Icon_minitimeTue Dec 30, 2008 8:34 am

From the XBMC User Manual...
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Importing library information from "My Movies" media management software

My Movies (www.mymovies.name) is an online database for profiling DVD-Video movies. My Movies saves an XML file and a poster cover image which with this patch will get scanned by XBMC in the same way as XBMC's own XML formatted NFO files are scanned/scraped.

XBMC have the ability to the import movie library information from "My Movies" via the mymovies.xml files that it generates, and these mymovies.xml are prioritized over NFO files.
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