I am looking for an alternative to MyMovies and this soiftware looks really great.
But I have a major problem with movies I have on my network drives (i.e all my movies...)
I have all my movies on a remote PC, called MediaServer, on a hard drive referred to as "Videobase1" on the network.
Each movie is in its own folder. Some are MKv files, some are DVD structures ripped to HDD (video_TS.ifo files and all the ifos and vobs together)
To qcces these movies in videobrowser, I created a Videos.vf file in my User/Video folder, containing the following single line :
I have no trouble accessing these movies from either MyMovies, Open Media LIbrary or Windows itself, but when I use VideoBrowser, I get an error saying "Invalid Virtual Folder path \\Mediaserver\Videobase1\Movies".
When I run VideoBrowser, I have a button on the left showing labelled "Videos" (from the videos.vf file I created). When I click it, I get the above error message.
I couldn't find any tutorial on how to setup this properly, but I think I did what was recommended in the forums I have browsed.
I also tried to create a direct shortcut called "movies" in my C:\<User>\videos folder, pointing directly to \\Mediaserver\videobase1\movies, but then as soon as I click on the "movies" button in videobrowser, it immediately starts playing the first avi files in the first folder on the network drive, without showing any folder list or asking anything (and there are about 20 movies folders there).
I am completely lost here, so please can you help a newbie ?
For information, I am under Vista MCE, using lates videobrowser beta.
Thanks a lot in advance