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Windows 7: MediaBrowser


View Poll Results: So Lets get some feed Back on Media Browser
It is the best video plug-in I'v ever tried! 268 75.49%
I like it but still use other plug-in's for videos. 28 7.89%
Tryed it but wasent happy and removed it. 30 8.45%
It doesnt have all the features I need. 33 9.30%
Just the right amount of features. 35 9.86%
It was to hard to use. 17 4.79%
It was so easy to use. 59 16.62%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 355. You may not vote on this poll

14 Oct 2010   #1171

7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hondajt View Post
Couple questions.
1.) How easy does it uninstall, and how completely does it uninstall?
2.) Will it rewrite any of my media's information?
3.) Will it work on x64 or do I install to x86?
1.) it is very easy to remove, and it does leave behind it's programdata folder with all it's settings.
2.)NO, Never!
3.)it will install on x64 OS but is x86 app

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14 Oct 2010   #1172

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Steve Ballmer Edition
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DemonSeed View Post
1.) it is very easy to remove, and it does leave behind it's programdata folder with all it's settings.
2.)NO, Never!
3.)it will install on x64 OS but is x86 app
thank you! +rep!

so it basically just makes the images for the data (album art, movie covers) bigger? Or does it retreive more data than normal? Is it just a visual thing, or is there more to it?

Sorry for the horrible wording, it's early and I'm in class, lol.
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14 Oct 2010   #1173

7 Ultimate x64
 
 

In a nut shell....
MediaBrowser will take your media collections and present them in a wonderful information rich, visulay pleasing manner.

It is EXTREMELY customizable, easy to setup, hard to put down, and fun for the entire family!
sales pitch end...

lol, basically all I can say in the end is try it. Once you do, you'll be hooked just like the rest of us!
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14 Oct 2010   #1174

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DemonSeed View Post
In a nut shell....
MediaBrowser will take your media collections and present them in a wonderful information rich, visulay pleasing manner.

It is EXTREMELY customizable, easy to setup, hard to put down, and fun for the entire family!
sales pitch end...

lol, basically all I can say in the end is try it. Once you do, you'll be hooked just like the rest of us!
I agree with DemonSeed. Give it a try. Its not hard to get it up and running. It does take some time when you get into fully customizing it. But I just started using it about a week or so ago and I am hooked. I was using my movies but I am glad that I made the change. Use the knowledge base on Media Browsers Main web page. There is a lot of information there. Plus everyone on here has been extremely Helpful.
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15 Oct 2010   #1175

windows 7
 
 

Hi

I was given a script on page 104 of this forum (#1037) to get my intro into all my movie folders, but cant seem to get it to work, to be honest not really sure how to use it.

Please can someone help?

Thanks
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15 Oct 2010   #1176

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

I don't use it but I took a look
so I assume you never changed it, right?
open it with notepad or just right click it and go to EDIT and change the following lines to reflect your system:
Quote:
'change ("D:\test") to where your movies are located
'change "D:\trailer\trailer.mov" to the path and name of your trailer clip
'you can run this from any location, even your desktop.
Good Luck

-DG
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15 Oct 2010   #1177

7 Ultimate x64
 
 

That thing is no longer valid.


Trailers are not handled in the same way anymore in MB so that script is doing something MB wont use.
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16 Oct 2010   #1178

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Yeah...THAT would've been a nice information to have
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16 Oct 2010   #1179

windows 7
 
 

Please if anyone can help put a script together to do the trailers, it would be greaty appreciated.

Thanks
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22 Oct 2010   #1180
zay

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

I have not been on here in months, glad to see this is still going strong. Here use this. Copy everything between start and end script and paste into notepad, and save is a .bat. Make sure to set the "Save As Type" field to all files, and add .bat to the name of file eg create traler folder.bat. Edit the filter and basedir lines to suit what you want.

****************start script******************
rem this script will look for a particular file, it exist, it will create a
rem folder and move the file found to the
rem folder that was created
@echo off
set "Filter=trailer.mov"
set "BaseDir=M:\AVI Movies 1"
set "NewDir=Trailers"
for /f "tokens=*" %%A in ('dir /a-d /b /s "%BaseDir%\%Filter%"') do (
mkdir "%%~dpA%NewDir%"
move "%%~fA" "%%~dpA%NewDir%"
)
************end script*****************
Congratulations Demon on making Guru status.
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