[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
(2015-08-20, 01:39)Milhouse Wrote:
(2015-08-20, 01:05)redglory Wrote: jd doesn't cache your images. You need to use C option.

No no, the "C" option will force everything item to be re-cached!

(2015-08-20, 00:56)lollo78 Wrote: Hi Milhouse, I need your help Big Grin

Try "./texturecache.py c" - this will cache only the remaining 1216 artwork items that are not yet in your cache.

If the RPi is still slow once the texture cache is full populated then your problem is due to something else, maybe a very slow SD card?

(2015-08-20, 00:56)lollo78 Wrote: Into my media NAS folder there aren't the .nfo and .jpg files.
Maybe for this reason it grab all from the Web.

Yes, that would be the reason for Kodi using remote artwork urls.

(2015-08-20, 00:56)lollo78 Wrote: but nothing changed (Kodi is still slow and no info and image are saved into nas directory):

I'm not sure if you're expecting texturecache.py to create NFO and image files in your NAS directory - it won't do that.

If you want to convert your remote artwork into local artwork, then use mklocal.py in conjunction with texturecache.py (see earlier posts for details on mklocal.py).
Sorry i misread his post. I thought he was trying to re cache! Smile
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