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Sort Movies by SD/HD/720/1080 in Library Mode in Confluence
#1
There are multiple ways to sort movies in Library mode, I would like it if it would be possible to add a SD/HD/720/1080 filter so it narrows done the movies I have. The metadata should already be there I assume.

Thanks for all the hard work that so many of you have put into this project!!!
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#2
Use a smartplaylist.
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#3
Yes, that is an option but not a very elegant solution.
Would it be all that difficult to add the few lines of code to the left slideout menu to sort by SD/HD?
To be clear, I am not looking for another link to add to the home menu or it's sub-menus.

Heck tell me how and where to access the code and I'll do it myself..................
or is it possible to add it in, as described above, to a custom skin

Reason for the [seconded] request: I'm currently in the process of stripping one of the skins down to the bare minimum.
I would very much like to have this as an option because navigating to a smartplaylist is not exactly easy for a novice user [especially when using the current default skin].
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#4
I believe some skins already have such options.
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#5
(2012-06-29, 02:52)adrian ballard Wrote: Heck tell me how and where to access the code and I'll do it myself..................

http://github.com/xbmc/xbmc.git

and

http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Category:Compiling

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#6
In latest master you can do all that and more just by adding some files - the library layout is completely customisable.
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#7
Excellent! Now my next question is: Where would I add such files?..........
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#8
Grab a nightly build (wiki) and check out Custom Video Nodes (wiki)
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#9
Installed the latest [20120701-bd7bc1c].
Tried to go to this location: /userdata/Database/video/movies/
But when I get to the Database folder, the only sub-folder is CDDB.

What am I missing?

On Win 7 and ,yes, I can see all hidden and system folders.
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