UPDATE: Program has problems with network shared databases (e.g. database location is set to “\\mario\database”)


The new HomeMedia is out now. I guess, it works so good, that it can leave the BETA stage :)

You can download it in the Download section.


  • DatabaseManager:
    • IMDB grabber works with new IMDB design
    • Movie folder scan (scan by folder name or file name); If your movie is not parsed correctly adapt the “ignorelist.xml” in the “info” folder
    • The local folder paths are now stored in an xml file (in the “info” folder); so you can easily add new folders if you dislike to do this in the settings dialog
    • The local folder scan is in an extra tab
    • The Regular Expression of TV Series has been changed, should work better (please tell me any titles, which are not parsed correctly)
    • The size of banners and posters can be changed; if you use the Android App and you don’t need the bigger sizes, you could enhance the download speed of the covers by decreasing the size
    • Banners/Posters of TV Series and Seasons can now be changed
    • Check for update (in the menu >> Help >> Check for update)
    • And some other bugs have been solved
  • Watcher:
    • Double-click on a movie in the list opens the player as well
    • Watched movies/episodes/series/seasons are marked
    • Check for update (in the menu >> Help >> Check for update)

Upcoming features:

  • Translating the program
  • Displaying the online banners/posters of TV Series, Seasons or Episodes will be faster (e.g. in the Pick-a-Banner/Poster dialog)
  • More movie grabbers (particularly more languages)
  • Import of XBMC database
  • Java version

Recommended Reads:

TheTVDB.com was used for grabbing TV Series details – A site that is open to anybody.

If you experience any trouble, just let me know by posting a comment below or starting a thread in the forum.

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Lee White
Lee is currently a full-time writer at DekiSoft that is eager to discover new and exciting advancements in Technology, Software, Linux and Cyber Security. Lee has spent the past 18 years working as an Systems Engineer providing support for various operating systems and networks. When not at his desk or writing, you will find him tinkering with retro tech.

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