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       VIDEO Index?, Any way to look at a video/audio list?
    post Feb 15 2011, 01:20 PM
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    I have all my Video's & MP3's in folders on WHS. Is there any way to view a list of Titles or other options to see what movies I have? The audio portion is not a problem due to the ease of searching by the way music is arranged. However, Movies on the other hand are a little more difficult. I have hundreds that run the gambit & would like an simple way to search or view a list without haveing to search through individual folders.

    I am running an original firmware the box came with last year. I am concerned about upgrading due to all the horror stories. In the Media Server mode (I guess it is WDTV LIVE+ & NOT WHS) .mkv, .iso & a couple of other file formats are not read & I have to go through network shares to play these files.

    Any help on this would be greatly appriciated. At least please point me to the correct forum. Thank you in advance.

    EDIT: A program called "My Movies" looks like it works fine for a computer, I was looking for something that could be viewed on WDTV Live + right on the TV.
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