Release - tinyMediaManager - a media manager written in Java (Win/Mac/Linux)

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Thanks for that

Another recommendation, if there is no images of episodes of a tvshow can it grab a frame and use that

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(This post was last modified: 2014-06-19 11:41 by AuXBoX.)
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this will not be possible, since tmm is only a media manager (rather than a media center): we only treat the movies and episodes as files; we do not have any chance to look into the files and grab stills from them (this is what XBMC can do because it has all needed codecs, etc. to grab them)

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I use to use a different manager when i used windows and that was able to grab stills, now im using ubuntu and using this manager which is very good.

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(This post was last modified: 2014-06-21 01:57 by AuXBoX.)
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Yes, maybe this mm used ffmpeg to capture stills.

But adding this to tMM, would mean we have to add several MB of native libs (which are different for every OS we support)...

Atm I don't think we will add this..

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I would bet there is a script out there that do the job, in combination with ffmpeg.
So it would be a job for my Suggested userscript ... Wink
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