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Is there anyone that is actually using MyMovies for WHS as a repository and then using the sage driver to play back ripped dvd's. It seems that the location info that mymovies provides doesn't dig deep enough into the location to actually kick off the movie.

Any one solved this one yet?
-Mike
potts.mike Wrote:Is there anyone that is actually using MyMovies for WHS as a repository and then using the sage driver to play back ripped dvd's. It seems that the location info that mymovies provides doesn't dig deep enough into the location to actually kick off the movie.

Any one solved this one yet?
-Mike
I am and it works. It's important that when adding a file or dvd to the my movies data base that you point to the video_ts directory for dvd's and the actual file for any files like avi or mkv.
I'm using mymovies on whs and it's auto rip function. How do I get the location info to go all the way down to the video_ts folder? If I have to manual fix each one I'm going to pull my hair out.
potts.mike Wrote:I'm using mymovies on whs and it's auto rip function. How do I get the location info to go all the way down to the video_ts folder? If I have to manual fix each one I'm going to pull my hair out.
Click on the Disc(s) Icon and specify the path. Here it will be an online folder. If you are using files like mkv, you will specify online file, and drill down to the online file name.