Xbmc updating movie info
To give an example, if you want to make the up arrow key skip forward in your video 5 minutes, change the number next to (ie. For backwards skips, make sure you include the - symbol in front of each number, otherwise you’ll skip forward.
As we mentioned above, you can also change skips steps to be a percentage of the video — check out the XBMC wiki for more details on this.
In XBMC, pressing the arrow keys or directional buttons on your remote will jump forward or backward in either 15 or 30 second increments (left/right are 15 seconds, up/down are 30 seconds).
To change these in Windows Vista/7/8, you’ll need to edit the file advancedsettings.xml, which is squirrelled away in your user data folder — to get there, press Windows-R, type and hit Enter.
The XBMC interface has seen lots of fine-tuning and honing over the years, particularly around ease of use, but you might want to customise it to better fit your own uses.
You’ll first need to enable this by adding providers, so head to Settings Subtitles, select ‘Default Movie Service’ and pick a provider or two from the list — we’d suggest both Open and as these are two of the biggest subtitle websites.This will lessen the load on your CPU and should give you less errors in playback compared to using the alternative (software video rendering) which tasks your CPU with the whole job.Go to System Acceleration and, if available, select ‘Hardware accelerated’ for the ‘Decoding method’ and also ensure ‘Allow hardware acceleration (DXVA2)’ is enabled.There are also several dedicated Linux distributions that effectively turn the open source OS into a dedicated install of XBMC.These offer some of the most problem-free (and speedy) methods of running XBMC — check out Open ELEC or XBMCbuntu if that idea appeals.