4 thoughts on “My Movies Pro for MAC OSX adds XBMC Frodo metadata

  1. looks like the tagline is missing as well.

    I use media elch, I find that it works fine when xbmc doesn’t find the right movie.

    I fire it up every now and again otherwise and update newly added films with local metadata.

    In the post mymovies days i’m struggling to see the point of mymovies.

  2. i agree with tomson, this is only a question for existing MyMovies users. better and free always beats less good and expensive. plus with the universal scrapers you actually get to contribute to a community resource rather than someone’s pocket.

  3. I never even noticed the missing tag lines. My Movies doesn’t currently support them but will in My Movies v5.

    From an XBMC users point of view I can understand your comments and the Universal Movie scraper and TheTVDB scraper do a reasonable job for me.

    However from a custom installers point of view they look for more stable and reliable online meta-data providers. They don’t mind paying for such services. I agree My Movies is not there yet for full meta-data support for XBMC, however big changes are in the pipe-line with regards to their back-end online services and with the introduction of title profiles for online digitally purchased / obtained movie and TV show content. Currently My Movies is really geared up for DISC profiles. All of this will be changing and they will be supporting both DISC and online title profiles meaning in the future it will lend itself better to providing meta-data for downloaded content and to other Media Center front-ends such as XBMC and not just for Windows MCE.

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