Kris_Toff Wrote:It is unlikely without some source change. The fanart.image tag is referring to a file ListItem, not a folder. I have tried several combination quickly but had no success so far.
Maybe a suggestion to the developement team/forum ?
If you have each episode as a file in this folder, it would work like any other movie file, that is using the same format in the folder:
Hiya. Further to the above, my movies are kept in separate folders eg.:
Movies ---->Film 1 ---->Film 1.avi
Film 2 ---->Film 2.avi
1. What do you think would be the best solution; re-sorting all of the video files into a more easily read format for XBMC (so the fanart works as it should), or is there a way I can keep the file structure I have ATM?
2. I expected a little slowdown, but while I was experimenting with folders and such, I found that having fanart really slowed things down to a crawl. I use a DVD remote, and normally, holding down the right arrow will scroll quickly through the films. It simply doesn't work when fanart is enabled. Should I try to lower the quality of the images i'm using (250kb ish), or is it something i'll have to learn to live with for fanart on xbox xTV?
Thanks in advance!