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Aeon MQ 3 : blueray.iso display dvd cover ? How to change ? - tetsu81vn - 2011-11-17 19:23
I have Avatar blueray.iso , but aeon mq3 skin display as DVD cover , how can I change to bluray cover ?
- tetsu81vn - 2011-11-18 18:25
anyone know how to change cover to bluray case ?
- MarcosQui - 2011-11-18 18:34
You need to put 'bluray' tag in file name and re-scraper:
- tetsu81vn - 2011-11-19 19:01
Thank MarcoQui, can you support bluray 3D SBS case for 3d side by side movie , 3D TAB case for 3d TAB movie, (beside full 3d bluray case as now)?
- tetsu81vn - 2011-11-19 19:09
These are some bluray 3d case :
- fyrfyter71 - 2011-12-07 04:56
Is there any way to get bluray cases for bluray file structures? I have the folder renamed as .bluray.iso and in the scraper settings the circle for use folder name for lookups is ticked, but still no bluray case. Any ideas?
- tetsu81vn - 2012-01-02 10:31
You can use Ember Media Manager (emm-r v2411_x64) to scap movie info, then copy movie info file and thumbnail to STREAM folder of BD structure folders
- Fuerte - 2012-01-11 09:52
I'm having the same issue and tried all suggestions i could find, including the XBMC wiki, my Bluray movies look like:
I've tried all naming methods (or at least think i have) including having them in there own folder called BluRay.
Current naming structure is:
Fast And Furious (2009) [1080p] [BluRay] [DTS] [x264]
Folder & Filename are identical.
Folder contains a single video file.
At a bit of a loss here so any suggestions would be great!
- fnwc - 2012-01-12 09:54
I have the same problem as Fuerte, all the covers show up as the "neutral" cover in MQ3 Dharma.
Strangely enough, all the covers work correctly in MQ2, though, so I don't think the naming of the files is the issue.
- gollumscave - 2012-01-22 09:50
use a "dot"
rename your file to avatar.bluray.iso
make sure that you do NOT have "use folder names for lookup" checked... You don't need the bluray tag in the folder name... I prefer use it like this:
z:\movies\avatar (2009)\avatar (2009).bluray.iso