If not possible, I use the workaround to have all children's movies in the same folder, and use the path to filter these movies. But I use My Videos first and foremost for their movies though.Question.
Is it possible to export/import genre?
I created an extra genre for my kids, just my kids names. |Sophie en Julia| Now my wife and kids have their own section in movingpictures using a filter which only shows movies with THAT genre name.
Would it be possible to import/export those as well? Took a lot of time filtering and manual work to get it like it is ..
Yes. The results will however vary a bit depending on your folder structure. If all of your movies have their own folder, you can choose to save poster as well as backdrop and they can be re-used for your import. I only save the .nfo files, as I think this data is the most important, and I don't care how the files are stored inside my Movie folder (some movies don't have their own folder, some do).Can I use MovPicNfo to export all the movies data and then import once in MePo 1.6?
Until it gets added into MovPicNFO, you can already get the results of both queries manually inside MovPic db3 database via any SQLite program, such as SQLite Expert Personal.I really like this tool. Great work.
Is there a possibility to integrate different queries like just show Films were something is missing like backdrop.jpg, imdbid.txt or such things?
That is a bug then in MyVideos importer, did you try it on MediaPortal v1.7 pre release? Might already be fixed. If not, then report bug to the MyVideos developers.Steps to reproduce:
1. Import a VIDEO_TS folder as a movie in MovingPictures
2. Open MovPicInfo and export the movie's info to an .nfo file
3. Import the movie with My Videos using the nfo importer
4. Try to play it and see what happens