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Media Browser 2.6 (Atlas) Released


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The latest version of Media Browser, version 2.6, codename Atlas has been released.



      • True searching with an on-screen keyboard has been added at all levels. The search screen is produced with ctl-s or the yellow button on your remote or via a search button in the theme
      • Box sets are now a recognized type and can have their metadata downloaded by the internal internet providers. To designate a folder as a box set simply include “[BoxSet]” in the folder name.
      • Playback has been completely revamped for both the internal and external players. Media Browser now has built-in support for MPC-HC, TMT5 and VLC2 offering position tracking and resume support
      • External players can now be setup by both media type and video format (standard or 3D)
      • A “Play All From Here” context menu has been added for episodes
      • A number of defects with the internal player have been resolved
      • The internal metadata providers have been improved in both their ability and speed. You can now have them save a local copy of all metadata and images which can greatly reduce the amount of time required for subsequent refreshes.
      • If you use the internal tmdb provider, it can automatically download actor images
      • Problems starting the service and configurator when MB is not installed in the default location have been solved
      • Many, many more features and bug fixes.

To see the full list of changes and enhancements see here

Download the latest version of Media Browser here
Andrew Edney
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