08-23-2011 08:24 AM
I purchased a WD TV Live Hub yesterday. It's pretty cool. I plan to use it primarily for Netflix, Pandora, and accessing media on my NAS.
I've been reading a lot online (as well as checking out some YouTube videos) about the interface capabilities of using "themes" and "moviesheets" to have cooler displays of movies located in the WD Hub HD or NAS. However, I have no idea how to download and install existing themes and moviesheets out there on the net.
I'm sure it's been explained before. However, i'm not a programmer. Is there a guide somewhere that provides some cool themes/moviesheets for download, and has a detailed "walkthrough" of installing and getting them to work on the WD TV Live Hub?
I know this sounds a bit like "hand-holding", and I apologize. I just see some pretty cool things that some people have done with these moviesheets and I would love to be able to bring them to my living room?
Examples of moviesheets here: http://community.wdc.com/t5/Themes/Moviesheet-Them
Thank you very much.
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08-23-2011 09:20 AM
08-23-2011 02:33 PM
Thanks a bunch! I figured this was outlined (numerous times before) somewhere!
I'm working out a few "bugs",... but will get there.
08-23-2011 08:12 PM
08-23-2011 09:25 PM
Thanks! Well, with your help on the other post, I think I have the movies straight. You read my mind... I was looking for something similar for TV Shows too. Do you know of any good tutorials (like the mojo moviesheet tutorial) that exists? I've been searching the forum and found some things... but nothing to get be through ThumbGen. Anything to get me into the right direction would be great.
08-23-2011 10:10 PM
Sorry but there is no tutorial for TV Series that I know of. But the process is very similar. It is just a matter of using the right template for the right moviesheet.
I will upload my template and profile for Thumbgen on Mediafire and post the links here later.
08-23-2011 10:38 PM
Actually I do have a tutorial for TV shows, however, it is old and has not been updated for what TG can do now. But it should at least get you started.
You can download it from HERE.
08-23-2011 11:03 PM
08-24-2011 01:48 PM
Thanks for the tutorial link. I will take a shot at this.
Any chance you know if a tutorial exists that is current, and considers the features available in the latest ThumbGen?