Xbmc not updating library on startup
It is possible to exclude a particular video type (eg. With the use of the file, you can limit the types of video files displayed.
The process can also be used to include additional file types.
If I switch to folder view though, I can see the shows that I recently entered. So it seems to be a problem with the Sick Beard setting.
I have tried to figure this out and have not had any luck. BMejf I am using rev.28256 and running Windows 7 32 bit.
I was previously using Xbian 0.8.3 and did not have this issue. scrapping the library into xbmc to get movie info will make the files playable but the sources disappear after a reboot.
If you do not have an existing video library, you will need to create one by following the Create Video Library guide.
The following methods are available to scan folders and locate new titles to add to the Library.
A list of additional file-extensions to allow (add) or exclude (remove) in the My Video windows.
Hello, I finally figured out how to get the combination of SABnzbd and Sick Beard to work together and report back to XBMC that a new TV show was introduced into the TV folder.
I am using my Synology NAS now and have exited and restarted XBMC Started scanning/scraping but same behaviour - does not pick up new Movies/TV Shows My NAS is not set to sleep and WOL is not enabled.
I then manually updated the Video library and it picked up the new TV shows and Movie Not sure why it picks new things on manual update and not when XBMC starts and it set to update video library on startup Intel NUC DC3217IYE, 8GB Corsair RAM, Crucial 120GB m SATA, Windows 8.1 - XBMC Jarvis 16.1 - Aeon MQ 7, JVC HD-550 Projector, Beamax M Series 10015 Screen, Synology DS1812 , Qnap TS-410, Logitech Harmony Ultimate, Flirc USB dongle Could you try the XBMC Library Auto Update add-on? Can deacivate most of the auto-stuff, but it has a delay function for the auto-update at startup. Can deacivate most of the auto-stuff, but it has a delay function for the auto-update at startup.
Set it to 1 minute or so, and see that changes anything. Set it to 1 minute or so, and see that changes anything.