I want to add a new meta source, but that’s not possible. So I want moviemeter.nl in the new firmware.
You can add a new metadata source, just look for Meta-Source Manager in the setup tab.
Then what do you do once you find it? I see “Add new source…” so I click it, and it says “Media not present” or somesuch - it’s almost like it is looking for config files on an attached disk to tell it where to find the meta source… ?
You put the content scraper definition on a USB disk and import it. It’s usually an XML file.
Begs the question of where to find such a file?
where is that xml files?
where is the manual to make that xml ?
where is the examples in the WD site, like manual says ?
guess what ? you can´t answer because you, and no one else knows !
Reading the initial issue by _ EdwinBaljet _ and the final questions by _ micronx _, I can say that I solved the meta library creation problem with an off-line step.
I create the metadata info (xml files) with an offline program, so I don’t mind costructing manually the xml, but let the program do it for me.
There are different programs:
- Thumbgen (you can chhose diffrent meta sources, including moviemeter.nl)
- WDTVHubGen (recommended for tv series; it uses themoviedb.org, thetvdb.com and opensubtitles.org)
- The TVDB XML Fetcher (for tv series; you have to go first on http://thetvdb.com/ and find the correct series ID to use with the XML Fetcher)
After having created all the xml files I need, I start the recreation of the media library.
Hope this helps