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  1. Latest Release: MUMC v3 Multi-User Media Cleaner MUMC (pronounced Mew-Mick) will go through movies, tv episodes, audio tracks, and audiobooks in your libraries and delete media items you no longer want taking up disk space. Getting Started: Cool! How Do I Use This? New MUMC Features - Introducing Filter Statements; A simple way to configure the script to find and delete the media items taking up your disk space: Delete movies played at least 60 days ago with a play count == 1. Delete movies created at least 365 days ago with a play count <= 1. Delete episodes played at least 30 days ago with a play count not > 1. Delete episodes created at least 180 days ago with a play count < 2. There are many possibilities! - Keep a minimum number of played episodes to remain in all tv series' - Fix configuration editor to allow editing multiple existing users during a single run - All max_age configuration variables have been removed The same behavior can be achieved with Filter Statements, using created statements - Decided if media items are deleted when ANY or ALL users meet the play count - Media item play count shown for each user - Update console output to show version number and timestamp - Usernames added to user_bl_libs and user_wl_libs config variables - Updates to debug logging History & Origin
  2. I have noticed there are a lot of people searching the web for subtitle and alternate audio support in Windows Media Center and have not been able to come up with a solution. The ones who found one just could not find the step-by-step guide on how to implement it correctly. How do I know? Well, I've been there. Hopefully with this video made by @@Deihmos will help remedy this issue and help many as much as it helped me. Here's are the necessary links: P.S Keep in mind if you already have other codecs installed you will need to uninstall them, reboot, and install the appropriate ones. Also I would recommend backing up your system prior to uninstalling and installing anything. Tutorial link: https://www.youtube....eature=youtu.be Software links: FFDSHOW MediaControl There is an alternative software to MediaControl called MCERemotePlus. Here's how to set it up using an existing tutorial by @@saitoh183. http://mediabrowser.tv/community/index.php?/topic/5319-how-to-setup-subtitles-and-audio-switching-with-mceremote-plus/ For web search support purposes I label the thread as Subtitle and/or Alternate Audio Support in MediaBrowser Classic. MediaControl is a Windows Media Center plugin. It works whether you have MBC or not.
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