My Movies, that great add-in for Windows Media Center has just been updated to version 3.17 and has some new features and some bug fixes.
If you don’t know what My Movies is, then read this:
My Movies for Windows Media Center is a movie collection program for Windows Media Center in Windows 7 and Windows Vista. Windows Media Center is a built-in feature in the Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate packages, as well as the Windows Vista Home Premium and Ultimate packages.
With My Movies for Windows Media Center, you can experience your entire movie collection, and browse through and play your movies, browse cast, play trailers and much more by using a remote control within your living room or home theatre. My Movies for Windows Media Center also includes the My Movies Collection Management product, which allows you to maintain and manage your movie collection outside Windows Media Center.
Anyway, the new version, version 3.17 is now available.
Here are the changes in the new version:
Added: Background code for remote functionality
Added: Mede8er meta-data storage
Added: Option to install and/or update AnyDVD when copying discs in CM.
Added: Edit personal information option, with lent to function, personal titles and other things.
Added: Check to ensure Dune structure updates can’t run on top of each other.
Update: iPhone Export package updated for Pro version 1.1.
Update: Dune interface improved.
Update: TViX interface improved.
Fix: HDI Dune issue if some covers were not found.
Fix: HDI Dune generate error when connected to WHS.
Fix: Issue with disc type not being imported from DVD Profiler
Fix: Vista background add-in could fail.
Change: Improvements to MediaInfo reading.
Change: Changes to some icons, fonts and dialogs in CM.
Change: Better message to what goes wrong when Dune index fails to create.
You can download the new version from here.