(2014-12-03 21:12)clubwerks Wrote: You "scraped" your movies, not scrapped them.
Yes, media managers are all standalone products. You're mistaking scraping them for tagging them. If you just want the movie correctly added to your library, basic scraping is fine and dandy. But you want all the bells and whistles of media flag and imdb ratings, etc, you should tag your movies with some type of media manager. Sometimes basic scraping is enough but many times it's not.
And yes, you'll need to reload the movie to refresh it within XBMC but honestly the easiest thing to do is to delete the video database, clean your library and then add all your movies in again. This will refresh everything in one swoop and you won't have to worry about manually making sure you refreshed all the videos. I routinely do this 3-4 times a year, just to make sure my database is always up to date and displaying just the way I want it.
Thanks for correcting me. I've been using xbmc for two yrs now, with the basic theme, but getting deeper into it just now.
I am loving everything about it. The wife thinks i am going nuts over skinning this thing. been working on this late nights as well. its a great community in here.
Thanks for your inputs. I have taken the backup of the database, and will delete the database files.
Please correct me if i am wrong here.. i will read out the steps loud to make sure i am on the right track.
I believe i will have to re-add the movie folder back again using the "files" option right?
Is it gonna ask me to re-scrape everything again from the tmdb scraper? if so should i choose no? and allow it to pick up local content? Reason i am asking this is, i have manually added a lot of fan art and poster from various sources. I am sure if i remove all the database its gonna re-scrape and put me back to a stage where i will have to go back to each movie for which i dont like the poster/fanart and reassign them. or no?
P.S. Also, i use MetaBrowser. i believe thats whats messing up with the tags.