Geez, You have some real dedicated people here! I have 127 Home Video DVD's I created from VHS and 8mm. I ripped the DVD's to .iso's and they are mountable via the NAS iso media NAS (Thecus N4200EVO x 2). THe second N4200EVO contains
my Ripped Concert DVD connection. All 430 concerts and growing, ripped to .iso via Mac based DVDRIP. Creating all those .iso files was a lot of work and took a lot of time. Concerts are indeed all in a /Media/video/Concerts directory, home dvds are in /media/video/homedvd/.
I have to move each one in to it's own directory?? I mean, it is not a big problem since I can just write a script to do that, but that is indeed going to reduce speed by adding 400 directories in the main mount directory! I also note that if I obtain a few new concerts, I need to re-run the thumbgen script all over again!
I don't mean to complain, but I don't ever see this media player being a "holistic ready for prime time average customer" device! Lets face it... the bulk of the population out there, young and old have difficulty running a windows script unless it is completely automated for them. This copy and paste code, execute, ... what a mess. Does Pivos really think the AIOS is an 'Average consumer level professional media player?
I wanted to send a AIOS unit off with all of the family videos to my sister so she can enjoy all the movies of the entended family. But if I do, I think I will be in deep support mode for the rest of my life! It took me 30 minutes to get them to open a browser to get to their cable modem. That is "Joe Average"...