NEWS · RELEASE

Version 2.9.4

HIGHLIGHTS:

+ Kodi XML scrapers for TV shows! (Donator only)
+ MediaInfo changes: if you have high-res, 6+ channel, 4k files, it is recommended to do a “mediainfo reload” of all movies, to get the correct icons.
+ Animated poster scraping (not always visible inside TMM, but on filesystem)
+ OMDb API scraper. Private scraper: details at http://www.omdbapi.com/ (thx @wjanes) - https://goo.gl/Duzhc6
TinyMediaManager offers a limited access to OMDb... Read More ›

NEWS · FEATURE

TheMovieDb - Title/Overview fallback language.

In version 2.9.4 we introduced a new feature that applies to the “TheMovieDb” scraper - you are now able to have more flexible results on your movie and TV shows scraping.

This feature allows you to define a secondary scraping language, in case there are no localized results in your primary scraping language.

How does it work?

When you make a query to TheMovieDb service it returns the results either in the specified scraping... Read More ›

NEWS · FEATURE

OMDb API (movie) scraper.

With version 2.9.4 we provide a new movie scraper for the service OMDb API. This is a private scraper which needs a personal API key.

tinyMediaManager offers a limited access to this service (10 calls per 15 seconds) - if you need more calls, consider becoming a patron of this service.

You can obtain an API key if you become a patron (for details see OMDb API) of this service. If you got... Read More ›

NEWS · RELEASE

Version 2.9.3

+ EXPERIMENTAL: UPnP support - https://goo.gl/NieeJ8
+ updated libmediainfo to 0.7.94
+ changed display of runtime in media files tab to a shorter version with seconds
+ updated Trakt, now being able to scrape in user language (if available)
+ correct wrong TVDB entries, where year is specified in title
+ added movie edition to the NFOs
+ remember some choices you do in the UI (like chosen... Read More ›

NEWS · FEATURE

UPnP support

With version 2.9.3 we’ve integrated a very special feature - tinyMediaManager is now able to be a UPnP streaming server.

Just an information as starter: It is only an experimental feature; and only a few UPnP functions have been implemented. There’s even a small possibility that this won’t work at all with your devices! Although UPnP is a standard, not all vendors stick to it.

To try it for yourself, just activate the UPnP settings,... Read More ›