Difference between revisions of "Catalog media with attributes"

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<p><h1>How to set it up</h1></p>
 
<p><h1>How to set it up</h1></p>
 
<p>If you store attributes about your media, such as the actors in a movie, or the singer of a song, then it is easier to search for the media you want.  If you have a Media Identification device in your system then new media you add may automatically be identified and have the attributes added automatically.  The free version of the LinuxMCE system does not include such a device, read the  [[Quick Start Guides]].</p>
 
<p>If you store attributes about your media, such as the actors in a movie, or the singer of a song, then it is easier to search for the media you want.  If you have a Media Identification device in your system then new media you add may automatically be identified and have the attributes added automatically.  The free version of the LinuxMCE system does not include such a device, read the  [[Quick Start Guides]].</p>
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<p><h1>Programmer's guide</h1></p>
 
<p><h1>Programmer's guide</h1></p>
 
<p>Refer [[Watch/Listen to media stored on the Core]]</p>
 
<p>Refer [[Watch/Listen to media stored on the Core]]</p>
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Latest revision as of 20:56, 19 October 2012


How to set it up

If you store attributes about your media, such as the actors in a movie, or the singer of a song, then it is easier to search for the media you want. If you have a Media Identification device in your system then new media you add may automatically be identified and have the attributes added automatically. The free version of the LinuxMCE system does not include such a device, read the Quick Start Guides.

You can change the attributes yourself in the LinuxMCE Admin website by choosing "Files & Media" and "Media file browser".

How to use it

Refer Watch/Listen to media stored on the Core

Programmer's guide

Refer Watch/Listen to media stored on the Core