My Movies for Windows Media Center, My Movies Collection Management and My Movies for Windows Home Server have been released in new pre release versions.
The pre-release version of My Movies for Windows Media Center adds Media Information from Blu-ray and DVDs and other changes and fixes. Don’t forget its a pre-release and not the final version but you can give it a try from My Movies.dk
My Movies for Windows Media Center and My Movies Collection Management 3.18 Pre Release 1
Added: Media Information in Windows Media Center
Added: Silent installation. Installation can be started with parameters “/standalone”, “/serverandclient” or “/client”, or, it can be set to “/silent” if the installation is an upgrade.
Added: Option to mark 3D Blu-ray titles
Added: LentTo overlay icon
Change: Update to Dune index to become auto-updating
Change: Larger buttons in add titles dialog to support different languages.
Change: Updated program icon in Media Center to include My Movies product name. The title of the strip is now named to “Movies” and is localizeable.
Change: Relocation of cover and data panels in CM
Change: Loading MediaInfo for image files when using online file
Change: New minimum size of Collection Management
Update: New language icons
Fix: Issue where you could get a message that the system could not contact the server to check points
Fix: Personal titles could get lost over collection upload and download
Fix: Special settings when applying configuration could cause it to not store.
Fix: Import folder status error
Fix: Problem with moving title to different group.
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