A complete transparent indexing inlcuding media data MP3, ID3, EXIF, IPTC, ICC, resolution, density, quality, encoding, bitdepth, whatever, ... that can be used seamplessly by whatever M$, Apple, Adobe, ... applications of course? I must have lost you.Nexonic wrote:...I think we would all appreciate having the proprietary MS indexing working so that the index can be used by all programs. ...
Yes and no...AssetBurned wrote:hmm wondering if microsoft wouldn't be a better place to complain about this missing feature.
It's mot likely the price of a far more sophisticated (disributed, application-oriented, server-, media- and client-centric) indexing technologyAssetBurned wrote:I mean I use a Mac with Lion and Spotlight is working fine on my shares.
Nexonic wrote:My issue with the lack of indexing if for my music which I play with Windows Media Center. Adding a share is easy enough through Windows Media Player which will cache the libraries in "%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player". The problem is when you add files to the share directory it doesn't get updated within Media Players database - this is where indexing is required. I have setup a daily bat file that rebuilds the local database and this works for the time being but isn't good when you want your new music available immediately.
Nexonic wrote:My issue with the lack of indexing if for my music which I play with Windows Media Center.
fantomas wrote:Isn't this just what TwonkyMedia is for?
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