I have just done a re-install of everything and now MyFIlms is asking me for the disk when I try a play a movie that is a file on my hard drive.
Why is this? I cant for the life of me figure it out....
That dialog will show up when MyFilms can't find the movie - so check, if you have kept your settings for the media source field - and of course that movies are still accessible. If all that is ok, post debug logs, that should tell what's happening...
The path does exist, if I copy and paste it from either this log or the xml into windows explorer the movie starts, so its definitely not that.
Accessible from MyFilms? I dont know, how do I check this?
And I thought the searchpath is optional? The movie path in the xml is in the source field and I have that set in the myfilms config under DB Field
.. please post config file and which config you use. Did you recreate config with new install or used former existing one?
Also post the xml entry of the db or the full DB via PM to check exact information.
I have now sorted this out.
The problem was for some strange reason in my MediaPortal config, under Videos/Video Extensions the extensions were all missing. I hit the default button which put them all back and now everything is working perfectly!