11 thoughts on “A preview of meta<browser/> 2.0.

  1. Jon Post author

    Technical difficulties required me to recreate the post, so comments were lost. Sorry.

    I do want to answer the question that was asked (Martin P.) – a release date has not yet been set, but it can probably be measured in weeks.

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  2. Sinjen

    Amazing. The new metabrowser is looking really cool. The subscription model really worries me a though.

    -Sinjen

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  3. bob

    Haha…….”donation”. Sorry but no, it’s not a donation if the only way to use his software is if you cough up the money. That’s called a subscription.

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  4. voiceless

    I stopped reading after “application must be authenticated fopr use on every run”. That is just retarded

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  5. Richard

    I keep my movies like so:

    Name Year Type

    I used your file-to-folder script so everything is tidy. But meta browser isn’t finding my movies. I have to remove the Year and Type and then it will work. Is their a way to configure this?

    For example:

    Aladdin 1992 720p.mkv

    metabrowser can’t find this title, but will find just Aladdin.
    Thanks

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    1. Jon Post author

      You will need to put everything not part of the title within closed brackets. So your folder name should read Aladdin [1992 720p]. You can also include the year in parenthesis, if you want Aladdin (1992) [720p] will also work. File names are not important for movies, so they do not need to be renamed.

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  6. vasia

    These is all good and expensive… i prefer the free version or salami’s movie organizer(free), because always i collect the photos (covers and backdrop) manualy!

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