SELECT FILE.FOLDERPATH, FILE.FILENAME, VIDEO.NAME, SIZEBYTE
LEFT JOIN VIDEO ON FILE.ID = VIDEO.FILEID
WHERE FILE.FILENAME IN (SELECT FILENAME
GROUP BY FILENAME
HAVING ( COUNT(FILENAME) > 1 ))
OR VIDEO.NAME IN (SELECT NAME
GROUP BY NAME
HAVING ( COUNT(NAME) > 1 ))
ORDER BY VIDEO.NAME ASC
Freakapotamus wrote:Is it possible to get the #Transcode# Folder to show up like the normal version of PS3 Media Server?
BantryRed wrote:Ive tried this out and love the way the media is displayed and also the movie info, the bad,,, ive no other plugins and everything is sent through mencoder. Otherwise thank you.
taconaut wrote:Freakapotamus wrote:Is it possible to get the #Transcode# Folder to show up like the normal version of PS3 Media Server?
If you have selected to show the transcode folder, it will show up in all plugin folders (file system, iTunes etc.). For media library folders it has been deleted on purpose (but might become configurable sometime). For now you have to manually add such a folder wherever you want it to show up. To have a folder looking exactly like the transcode one, you can to this:
- Create a new folder with name #Transcode#
- Set the file display mode to folder
- Create a new view
- add a 'File' to the root folder
- Select 'Multiple file selection', to add the same files as shown in the original transcode folder (this uses the exact same code)
Now you've configured one folder to show a transcode folder. To add it to others, you can copy (ctrl+c) and then paste it (ctrl+v) as often as you want
BantryRed wrote:With the mencoder thing, if in the "Navigation/Share Settings" tab, and unmark "Hide transcoding engine names", [mencoder] allways shows after the file name on my ps3.
Freakapotamus wrote:It does indeed work for file system folders thank you, but i cant seem to get it working with the media library with the manual way you described. It displays all the files in folders form and then as soon as i select the folder it just tells me that it is empty.
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