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Just stumbled onto this feature. Ronie, does T! support this? I just get yellow cases for any movie added. Thanks.

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sure, it's a xbmc feature so will work with any skin.

since it's a stub file, xbmc can't detect the video resolution,
which is needed by T! to determine whether do display a dvd or blu-ray case.

the yellow case is used as a fallback when this info is unavailable.

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So for a BD disc do I add the resolution to the file name? Or is there another way? I thought that adding the file as 300.bluray.disc set the res.

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add one of these tags to the filename:
  • bluray
  • blu-ray
  • brrip

for dvd's, one can use:
  • dvdrip
  • sddvd

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Ronie, sorry to be a bother. I just added this as a file "9.bluray.disc". I still get a yellow case. Is there something so obvious that I am missing?

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heh, my bad.. filename tags don't work for cases.

the only thing T! uses for the cases in videoresolution info.

maybe you could provide the info using .nfo files

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Yea, guess I'll just use Ember's offline manager.Sad

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