MOVIE INFO (IMDB Support) Updated 14th December

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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby jimlivingston » Sat Jul 11, 2009 6:51 pm

Fantastic plug-in!!! Worked right out the box for me. I am running Windows 7, PMS 1.20 and your latest build as of today. Everything works perfect!

I do have a few of questions/suggestions/requests:

1. Is it possible to view/grab the movie trailers from IMDB or elsewhere?
2. Is it possible to have the results displayed in the same directory as the video file itself?
3. Can we get the movie poster to display without having to select the movie title?

In my perfect world, I would like to navigate to my movie folder and see the info along with an enlargeable poster and movie trailer. 8-)

Thanks for the hard work!!!
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby Adnan » Sun Jul 12, 2009 3:39 pm

Hey this isn't working for me unfortunately. I've got the latest PMS version. I unzip the MovieInfo jar file and the MOVIEINFO.conf file and put them both in the plugin folder. Is this what I'm supposed to do? Any help would be appreciated! :)
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby shagrath » Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:37 pm

yes, and restart the server
you should see "Detected plugin net.pms.external.MovieInfo" in the traces tab, or something like that
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby td911 » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:01 pm

yes, and restart the server
you should see "Detected plugin net.pms.external.MovieInfo" in the traces tab, or something like that


I'm running on XP64.

However, the plugins only appear when I run the EXE.

They do not, when I run PMS as a service.
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby shagrath » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:26 pm

td911 wrote:They do not, when I run PMS as a service.


ohhh, totally forgot about the service :)
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby ExSport » Sun Jul 12, 2009 11:48 pm

and also you forgot about manual starting via cmd ;)
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby Adnan » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:52 pm

shagrath wrote:yes, and restart the server
you should see "Detected plugin net.pms.external.MovieInfo" in the traces tab, or something like that


Yes, I see that mate. It's probably due to the services issue it's not working. Is this possible to fix?

EDIT: Just tried it without the service running and it worked. :)
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Re: IMDB Support Updated 3 July

Postby ExSport » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:01 pm

ExSport wrote:and also you forgot about manual starting via cmd ;)

Please, Shagrath please 8-)
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Re: MOVIE INFO (IMDB Support) Updated 14th July

Postby jimlivingston » Wed Jul 15, 2009 2:47 pm

Fantastic plug-in!!! Worked right out the box for me. I am running Windows 7, PMS 1.20 and your latest build as of today. Everything works perfect!

I do have a few of questions/suggestions/requests:

1. Is it possible to view/grab the movie trailers from IMDB or elsewhere?
2. Is it possible to have the results displayed in the same directory as the video file itself?
3. Can we get the movie poster to display without having to select the movie title?

In my perfect world, I would like to navigate to my movie folder and see the info along with an enlargeable poster and movie trailer. 8-)

Thanks for the hard work!!!


Any word about these?
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Re: MOVIE INFO (IMDB Support) Updated 14th July

Postby ExSport » Wed Jul 15, 2009 3:10 pm

jabq: What changes were made in newest version from 14.7.? 8-)
Thx
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