53w ago - Following up on the previous release, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer facanferff has made available a Showtime PS3 Plugin TMDB (The Movie DataBase) followed by TMDb v1.1 alongside an Oceanus Skin Plugin for Showtime v04.01+ (CEX) with details below.
1. I found some issues, had crashes or have suggestions, where can I inform the developer about them?
Official source: facanferff.net
Update: TMDb v1.1 Changelog:
Add: Support for specifying 3 search sources (in Movie View, only supports PLX playlists at the moment)
Add: Browse movie in Youtube (in Movie View, requires Youtube plugin to be installed)
Add: Play Now button (in Movie View, if clicked it will play the video specified in the URI)
Add: Show all lists that contain a movie (in Movie View)
Add: Make plugin design independent of Oceanus plugin (user without Oceanus plugin couldn't load See more lists)
Add: Search for a list
Add: Show if a movie was marked as favorite (in Movie View)
Add: Show if a movie was marked as watchlist (in Movie View)
Add: Choose background for current movie (in Movie View)
Add: Choose poster for current movie (in Movie View)
Add: Browse most popular people
Add: Allow user add movie to watchlist
Add: Browse a list by id
Add: Hide Favorite/Watchlist button if movie was already marked
Add: Kids In Mind's Parents Guide (in Movie View)
Fix: Search would not work if user specified 2 or more words separated by spaces
Fix: User would not be logged in after some uses
Fix: If a movie/person had no poster the screen would be somewhat corrupted
Fix: In Genres page, movie titles would not show
Fix: In some cases, when a subrequest (i.e. favorites in user view) failed, the page would not show up
Enhancement: Better Search movie by title algorithm (only observable externally, i.e.: TMDb View in Navi-X) (See Note 1)
Enhancement: Improve slightly Genres page design
Enhancement: Improve Movie View loading time
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This weekend PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Facanferff has announced the release of the first Showtime PS3 Media Player skin called Oceanus for the application.
Download: https://github.com/downloads/facanferff/showtime-plugin-oceanus/oceanus.zip / http://www.sendspace.com/file/tlwbd0 (Installable from the “Package Files” options) by wizzkidd / http://www.sendspace.com/file/x2lna5 / http://www.sendspace.com/file/eipnn6 by facanferff
To quote from his blog (linked above): Facanferff strikes again with the first Showtime Skin Ever! The skin is called Oceanus, with it you’ll be able to use different views for a better Showtime experience.
This first version supports already several views that you can enjoy. Check it out!
Array view (photo taken from Vevo plugin)
Artists view (photo taken from Vevo plugin)
Posters view (photo taken from Crackle plugin)
List view (photo taken from Youtube plugin)
List 2 view (photo taken from Youtube plugin) This view is the default one.
“Oceanus was the Titan of Water. When I started creating the skin I always wanted to create something that would be enjoyable, flexible and that would expand Showtime experience in new ways and Oceanus is all about that.” -Facanferff
“Special Thanks to Tyrant for beta testing and giving fresh ideas” -Facanferff
This new skin really makes the user experience much more enjoyable and it also takes the Showtime plugins to a whole new level!
Info: Coming soon to Official Plugin Repo.
Installation: Needs Showtime with 4.1 or later.
Put the zip archive in /dev_hdd0/game/HTSS00003/USRDIR/settings/installedplugins/
1. How can I change between views?
To change between views open the page menu (Triangle button in PS3 or F1 in PC) and click continuously in View setting to select a view.
2. I’m finding issues with the plugin, what can I do?
Fill a report if it wasn’t reported already at lonelycoder.com/redmine/projects/showtime.
damn, i update to testing all the time to see if certain problems get fixed. anyways, videos will still quit out at a random point if i pause them for too long. i think it jumps to the end cause if i have resume playback, it just starts the video over