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Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1 Plugins' started by SpudR, April 21, 2018.

  1. SpudR
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    I use the TinyMultiMedia Manager to keep track of what's what - it's really useful!

    The plugin I'm suggesting is simply to reduce the no of 'clicks' on Movie night and remove the "what shall we watch" discussion - click in to the plugin either choose a couple of options or just click the 'Go' button, sit back and enjoy a movie :)
    I'm seeing a click to enter the plugin, and another on GO - or click to enter the plugin, down to choose a genre (preset > 'Play an unwatched Sci-Fi movie' for instance?) - 2 click to play a random movie :D

    I am not a fan of broadcasting to the world in general what I am doing at the best of times - I really don't want to use Trakt for that simple reason (I don't use ANY social media, nor anything that I cannot control what I send).

    I LOVE the IMDB+ plugin and MovingPictures - along with MyTVSeries they are the most used plugins by far - THANKS!!



    Also thanks for the Radarr link - I have a Synology NAS that has the option for SickBeard and CouchPotato - though I tend to use a more manual method so I can control what comes in (I never trust anything!), how it's processed (META details) and where it goes under what name. It's a bit time consuming but I like working on my collection :)
     
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    You're welcome. SickBeard development is dead (although SickGear fork or others are still active), and CouchPotato development is as good as dead, so open-source alternatives are Sonarr for TV with Radarr being a transformed fork for movies, both very actively developed. They work very nice in automating everything if you want to spend less time manually managing everything, but require tweaking of settings for your unique situation obviously.
     
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    What else could I do with the time?? LOL
    It's not like I have a life at all... :D
     
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