Very fine tool !
Here http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/thread/341288.aspx you can find my opinion about the "HD MTD"-app from MediaPCTycoon...
Your 2 apps merged in one final tool (plus streaming for VMC) could be the perfect solution for all "trailer-lovers" using the Media Center...
Like i wrote in the other thread: Get in contact, stick your heads together and write a perfect application !!!! ;-) Synergy !
In your tool i also miss streaming and the option to show only the newest trailers NOT in alphabetical order...
Don't stop developing !!! ;-)
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mmatheny:I thought this was a plug-in, not a stand alone. Some guys at work just got Macs, and are showing off how the can view streaming trailers.
Next version of MediaBrowser is supposed to have streaming trailers built in. Right now you can get streaming trailers with XBMC or MediaPortal.
Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP 2010
OK - is this app remote aware, i.e. can I control it with my remote? If so, I can call it from the Extras strip. Actually, just remembered I can probably program Intelliremote to control it when it is running!
psouza4:This is great...
... except it needs to either (a) read the movie title from the metadata or (b) strip out anything in parenthesis or comments from the folder name.
All of my movies (1,300+) are organized in individual folders with the year in parenthesis. Some folders have comments in brackets, per standard naming conventions.
E:\Movies\The Dark Knight (2008) [720p]
E:\Movies\A Bug's Life (1999)
I'd have to rename every single folder to get this to work.