No Media Info during Playback of a Mounted DVD Image

Discussion in '0.2.3.0 RC3 and SVN Builds' started by T-Buster, October 23, 2007.

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    During Playback of a Mounted DVD Image I miss the OFDB/IMDB Information that the unmounted Image Files had.

    Step by Step
    I go to an Folder with DVD Image files in it, then I select one and sync the file name with the OFDB/IMDB, or I sync the file with the configuration tool.
    Now I have the Cover, Storyline and all the other things that comes from OFDB IMDB on the Image File
    Then I press Play to Mount and Play the Image file, but when I open the OSD during this Playback there is no Media Information.

    PS: Is it possible to made the source for the synchronization with OFDB/IMBD selectable , at the moment the DVD Header inside the Image file is used, I think it is better to use the File Name of the Image file, because some DVD comes with an Header that contain a strange content.


     
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