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My Movies for Windows Media Center and Collection Management for Windows 4.05 PRr released


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Brian has just released My Movies for Windows Media Center and Collection Management for Windows version 4.05 PR4.


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My Movies Collection Management for Windows 4.05 Pre Release 4

Added: Support for ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre 6
Added: Transcoding profiles to registry, allowing for better debugging.

Update: Using newest collection methods on webservice to be able to distinquish versions.

Change: Updated about page graphics.
Change: Installer now prompts user if they are installing for personal or professional usage, to avoid continued problems with professionals being in violation of license.
Change: AnyDVD version check removed, as it now is expected to always be required version, as prior version is more than four years old.
Change: better messages if the application could not connect to the database.

Fix: Collection Management installation was broken on Windows XP.
Fix: Queue handling was broken, and could cause informations about items in queue when uploading titles.
Fix: Collection change on non existing items, now deletes the change entry.
Fix: Support for Sony XL1B Media Changers updated, and hopefully now Works in Windows 7 SP1. These no longer works in Windows 8 Media Centers native movie library, and through the Media Center SDK, where they are broken by Microsoft.
Fix: AnyDVD could be disabled in situations where drive was not ready and the disc id could not be read.

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