XBMC to griffith

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tuxpeppe Offline
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Hi, it's possible to export my xbmc library and import it into griffithConfused

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Piers Offline
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Maybe if you explained what Griffith is, it might help.

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tuxpeppe Offline
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ah sorry, I thought it was known... Griffith ( http://www.griffith.cc ) is a light movie manager. You can catalogue movies getting info from many sites included italian one (mymovies.it).

Given that I don't use xbmc anymore, I wanted to copy my big library to this software.
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XBMC has an option to export its library to an XML file format. Either one big one or individual ones for each movie.

It would appear that Griffith imports only from CSV, so you would have to convert the .nfo created XML format files into CSV.

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