My Movies Home and Essentials Server Solution (formally called as My Movies for Windows Home Server 2011) version 2.13 has been released. This version has support for using external storage and selection of bug fixes.
Brian Binnerup and the My Movies team have been busy this week, today they release an update for the Windows Media Center version of My Movies.
You can get the app from the My Movies download page and read the details on their changelog
My Movies Home and Essentials Server Solution 2.13
Added: Option to use external storage devices instead of only internal storage.
Update: Product package renamed to My Movies Home and Essentials Server Solution to cover that the package is now common for Windows Home Server 2011 and Windows Server 2012 Essentials.
Change: Windows Media Encoder is no longer installed by default, but only installed when selecting to convert to Windows Media format.
Fix: ReFS file system drives is now supported for disc copying.
Fix: In some situations a file could corrupt, and the dashboard icon disappear.
Fix: The application prompted to register AnyDVD when updating, even if already installed.
Fix: MusicBrainz was disabled was a meta-data provider during Pre Release testing, and is now enabled again.
Fix: Music covers was not backed up.