Andreas Öman has released a new test build of Showtime Testing v4.7.100
Changes in 4.7.100
Per-file and per-folder settings
During video playback the user can adjust per-file specific settings.
The settings are remembered per file so when you come back the configuration will be resumed. It’s now also possible to apply the configuration to the entire folder. This means that any files loaded from that folder (including new ones) will also have these settings. The user can also apply the current settings as new global defaults.
If the files are located on a SMB/Windows share with write access the corresponding settings will be stored on the server. See below.
Store per-file settings directly in file system using Extended Attributes.
Up until now, Showtime have stored per-file settings in an Sqlite database. These settings include things such as “Seen”, “Resume position”, “Selected subtitle”, “Selected audio track” plus all the settings that can be configured during video playback (mentioned above).
Starting from 4.6 Showtime will now try to store these settings directly in the filesystem where the file is also located. It does this by storing the information as “Extended Attribute”. This works if Showtime have write access to your SMB/Windows shares. This feature is default on and can be disabled in Settings -> General.
The real upside of this is that if you have multiple devices they will all share the “Seen status”, “Resume position”, and all other settings. Also if you re-install Showtime this information will be intact.
For details about Extended Attributes, please read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_file_attributes
Playstation 3 specific changes
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