[mythtv-users] Automatically Importing Videos on Disk to Myth (mirobridge)?
richard.e.morton at gmail.com
Tue Jul 6 23:22:17 UTC 2010
On 7 July 2010 00:17, Brian Fischer <brianafischer at gmail.com> wrote:
> First of all, I would like to thank the developers of mirobridge for the
> innovative add-on to MythTV. I have been using MiroBridge for a lot of
> vodcasts and it has been working great.
> One idea/use case that I cannot seem to setup properly is importing
> recordings from disk. From my knowledge, there is no easy way to do this in
> MythTV. However, it seems like this may be possible using "Watch Folders"
> in Miro. I setup a directory on my computer: /myth/video/home_videos/ and
> would like to import these recordings using mirobirdge, but they all show up
> as "_NO_TITLE_From_Miro".
> After looking into this issue, it seems that Miro only stores episode
> information for RSS and Torrent files.
> 1. What is the suggested method to import videos (h.264) while adding a
> title and additional information (thumbnails/description/date/...) without
I am not sure what you are asking; what is the source of the files
that are in mythvideo
> 2. I have also created some H.264 rips of my X-Files DVDs. What is the
> suggested method to importing these videos into MythTV?
> I would loathe having to manually enter information..
name the files in the format
then use the JAMU script, or individually within mythvideo with
info->metadata->download (w is the shortcut as default).
it'll see that it is in the format of snnxnn and know it is a tv
programme, then use tvdb to download the metadata including fanart.
Try a couple first; to check whether is should be named xfiles x-files
or something else entirely.
you can use tvdb to look at how they named the programme; that may help.
> Any advice would be appreciated!
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