Is there a way to print a simple list of my movies in XBMC?

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Question  Is there a way to print a simple list of my movies in XBMC?
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I have tried the export movies to a .xml file but it's not really what i am after, is there a way to just print a simple list of the movies in my collection from XBMC?

If not then i can just print the list out of windows i guess.

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best bet would be to do it from Media companion or movie info plus I guess?

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If you have all the movies inside one main folder (for example D:\Movies) then simply open up a command prompt (Start | Run | Cmd) and type ;
cd D:\Movies (press enter)
dir > Movies.txt (press enter)

That should output the directory listing into a simple text file that you can open/print/edit etc..

-edit : Obviously you will have to have you files with sensible names for that method to work Wink
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Swifty Wrote:If you have all the movies inside one main folder (for example D:\Movies) then simply open up a command prompt (Start | Run | Cmd) and type ;
cd D:\Movies (press enter)
dir > Movies.txt (press enter)

That should output the directory listing into a simple text file that you can open/print/edit etc..

-edit : Obviously you will have to have you files with sensible names for that method to work Wink

I do have all my movies in main folder and all with sensible names, lol, didnt know about this method, will give it a try, many thanx.

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