Usually, this happens with files being loaded into the library don’t have the required regular expression pattern that XBMC is looking for, when it loads files into the library. That regular expression is usually in the form of anything_s01e02 for example (season number, and episode number). When this occurs, you may still view the episodes but you have to go through the “Files” way of viewing it; not through your TV’s library (like the other TV episodes themselves).
After going through XBMC wiki’s page regarding “Naming video files/TV shows,” here’s the NzbDrone settings that I use now to rename my Anime episode files:
Interesting and educational series by NASDAQ&NY Tech Meetup:
#Startup Stories is a video series by NASDAQ and New York Tech Meetup, featuring founders from startups like foursquare, Bitly, Birchbox and Warby Parker, sharing personal stories about building their companies.
I’ve been a long-time Flickr user and fan ever since getting into Photography. It’s been more than 5‑years since I’ve joined, and to this day, I still consider it (hands down) the best photo sharing site out there. It keeps it simple and just makes it easy for people to do what they want to do, share their photos with friends and family.
With the Holidays upon us, we are seeing loved ones that we don’t often see as distance is usually a factor. But one thing we do to recall and make those memories last are take photos and/or videos. I had my camera and just snapped away during our recent family gathering. I then uploaded the set/album to Flickr to share it.
One thing that is limiting is that not all of my relatives/friends/family are on Flickr. Even then, you are only limited to download on a per photo basis (at the moment?). As to find a solution to have my aunt download the entire set/album, as she wanted to get them printed at Costco, I dug around and fortunately found Flick and Share.
We all listen to our music using various ways, applications, and tools. Variety is the spice of Life after all. So what’s another way to do so…
ExtensionFM, or “Ex.fm”, is quite useful if you use Google Chrome as your primary browser. Add on to that your insatiable hunger to surf different music blogs or sites like: SoundCloud, Last.fm, Beatport, etc… this extension becomes a must-install for users like you.