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srwheeler
Posted: Friday, January 24, 2020 12:49:32 PM
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I installed the free version of My Movies 2.10 on Macos 10.14.6 to see whether it could be used to create metadata for my Mede8er player, before taking the leap and buying the Pro version.

I successfully managed to import 10 movies from an external drive using the folder import method and added them to my library in My Movies 2. However, when I go to Preferences > Meta-data there are no Storage Paths showing, so I am unable to click the "Get Access" button. That also means I am unable to generate the metadata that is my sole reason for proceeding with a purchase of My Movies 2.

Is there a step I have missed somewhere? Can I manually set the Storage Path? I am happy to edit a plist if necessary to get this working.
binnerup
Posted: Friday, January 24, 2020 1:15:14 PM

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srwheeler
Posted: Friday, January 24, 2020 9:04:58 PM
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It looks like it was the profile setting that was the problem. I had it set to Movies. The Storage Path appears now.

Thanks!
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