(2012-05-19 00:39)skabyss Wrote: The only problem I see with this is that is assumes the directory for the show in XBMC would be the same as the directory sickbeard is using. But perhaps setting a custom path for sickstache to use that would be identical to the show directory xbmc is using could be used to replace part of the filename sickbeard is using. So it would almost have to be a meshing of the 2 in order to play that directory. That would certainly work for the way my things are set-up but I couldn't say for certain for other systems.
This I think will only be a problem if your Sickbeard install and XBMC install are on different machines AND not using the SAME path to the media.
For instance if both are installed on the same machine, then when you look at a show in sickbeard it will show you two things:
1) The location that the show is stored - e.g: d:\downloads\TV\Scrubs
2) The filename of each episode next to that episode. - e.g: Scrubs - S01E03.avi
So, as long as the API can return that information, then all you have to do is concatenate them and send them to XBMC.
If however they are running on different machines and accessing shared storage (like a NAS), you would need to make sure the path was mapped the same on both (should not be a problem to do). The only time I see a problem is if one is running on a local box with the storage, and the other is running on another box. For instance:
Sickbeard running on Synology NAS - Uses local path as location
XBMC running on PC - Uses mapped drive as locaton
This would then be an issue.
In any event, this is a feature that would be low on my priority list - since you can just open up the XBMC remote on your android and open your movie that way.