PatK Wrote:You may have a misunderstanding of what this plugin does.. It takes an existing database (it presumes you have already scraped) and updates the ratings etc... So it works in conjunction to your default scraper using the latest figures from IMdb and checks the top 250 and in my case changed quite a few... (look at the Top 250 page) http://www.imdb.com/chart/top
It keeps the ratings current.... In my case I had some ratings that were years old.... this plugin updated my whole collection in a few minutes without having to do a massive global scrape.
The real gold here... is when you create a smart playlist by ratings!
That's exactly what I thought it did, and im sure tht that's what I asked
But from what m4x1m said I thought he said it wouldn't play well as TMDB labels films differently from the imdb scraper. "Super" is an example of this...
One has it labelled as 2011 and the other as 2010 their are slight differences between the 2 scrapers so I thought he meant that the script won't play well if the data is incorrect/different or not their at all.
Cheers for clearing that up though Pat,
As for creating smart playlists, would it not be easier to just bring up the context menu in your library and change it from arrange by title/year and just change it to arrange by rating? Thats what I do
I usually select a genre, arrange by rating and then watch from the lowest rated up to thr highest