My Movies for Windows Home Server
My Movies for Windows Home Server is a single add-on program for Windows Home Server, providing a set of features around movies and music, making it the perfect solution for adding, identifying and maintaining movie and music data on your Windows Home Server, serving it to different Media Center solutions or music playback devices.
My Movies Monitor
My Movies Monitor will automatically identify movie folders in your Windows Home Server's video libraries, and add high quality meta-data to to the titles, making the meta-data available to several numerous Media Center software products, as well as storing a folder image for the movie folders when browsing the folders with Windows Explorer.
The data will be stored directly in the movie folder as an XML file, front and back cover image files, as well as a folder.jpg file, making the data openly available to any program that supports them, including My Movies, Media Center's DVD library, using the "DVD library Connector", Media Portal, XBMC, Niveus Movie Library and Open Media Library for Windows Media Center.
My Movies Disc Copier
My Movies Disc Copier is a fully automated DVD or Blu-ray disc copier* that allows you to automatically copy your movies directly to the Home Servers storage making it available to Media Centers, such as Microsoft Media Center, Media Portal, XBMC and many others.
Your movies can be copied to either VIDEO_TS formats for DVD's, ISO format for DVD or Blu-ray, or a Media Center Extender compatible MPEG-2 format for DVD's, or you can copy both to a VIDEO_TS format as well as an MPEG-2 format for DVD's, allowing the full VIDEO_TS structure to be played on the main Media Center, and the MPEG-2 file on your Media Center Extender.
Disc copying has never been easiser, simply insert a DVD or Blu-ray into an optical drive, and the copy process will start automatically, while you have a full detailed overview in your Windows Home Server console, after about 15 minutes for a DVD, or about 45 minutes for a Blu-ray, depending on the size of the disc, and the processing power of your Home Server, the disc will again be ejected from the drive.
* Due to legality in several countries, My Movies do not backup copy protected DVD, HD-DVD or Blu-ray titles. Users in countries that allow circumventing CSS and AACS copy protections when backing up their movies can install SlySoft AnyDVD or AnyDVD HD to remove these copy protections.
My Music Disc Copier
My Music Disc Copier is a fully automated CD ripper, that allows you to automatically copy your music cd's directly to the Home Servers storage making it available to Media Centers, such as Microsoft Media Center, Media Portal, Beyond TV, SaveTV and many others, gaming devices such as Playstation 3 or Xbox 360, and music playback devices such as Logitech Squeezebox, Sonos Digital Music Systems and many others.
Your music can be copied either to lossless music formats such as Windows Media Audio Lossless or Flac, or to highly compressed Windows Media Audio or MP3 files, or a combination, allowing you to store a primary format for in-house playback, and a secondary format for mobile devices.
CD Ripping have never been easiser, simply insert a CD into an optical drive, and the copy process will start automatically, while you have a full detailed overview in your Windows Home Server console, after a few minutes, depending on the target format you have choosen, and the processing power of your Home Server, the disc will again be ejected from the drive.
Media Center MetaData Connector
My Movies for Windows Home Server not only functions as a data provider for My Movies Clients, but also functions as a data provider for other Media Center front-ends, one of them being Windows 7 Media Center's built in "Movie library", Vista Media Center's built in "DVD library" and Media Center 2005's "My DVD's", which will be referred to as "Movie library". Using this itegration, you will be able to get high quality covers and meta-data, such as movie descriptions, director and cast information, production years, running time, genres and parental level, and not just in english, but the language you prefer for your titles.