Movie Explorer Pro 2.1 adds support for regional content certification, iTunes metadata import, disk image indexing, built-in file copy and more.
Movie Explorer Pro now supports retrieval and display of content certification, also known as content rating. Because content certification is very related to a region, we have implemented a function to change the certification region, and to update the content of the catalog with the new region.
Update Certificationto update your current pre-2.1 catalog, or to switch to a new region.
Certification Overviewopens a window that gives you an overview of all possible certificates of the currently active certification region. It shows also the number of movies and TV shows assigned to each certificate.
Read section Certification of the Movie Explorer Pro Help for more information how to update your catalog and how to use certificates to filter your data.
You can now add movies and TV shows purchased in iTunes to the catalog of Movie Explorer Pro by using the new Import iTunes Library function, or if you are using macOS 10.15, Import Apple TV Library. Read section Import iTunes library of the Movie Explorer Pro Help for more information.
You can now index your DVD and Blu-ray disc copies saved to hard-drive. Because there are multiple ways to save disc copies to a hard-drive, we have implemented a few options to fine-tune what you want to index and what not. In the Location Preferences of the Movie Explorer Pro Preferences, you'll find the following new options:
Copy to 〈last selected folder〉and
Copy to…menu items. This allows you to easily copy your files from one location to another, for example from a network drive to a local folder shared with Infuse on your Apple TV, without leaving the app. Copy operations are performed one by one, and are displayed in a nice progress info panel which includes a waiting queue list.
Movie Explorer Pro 2.1 contains the following additional improvements:
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