I think that's a media center problem in general. I know how frustrating that is actually, you hit fast forward, wait, hit play, nothing happens then you're miles away from where you wanted to be.
Pretty sure on the media center remote you can use the channel keys to jump back 5 seconds and forward 30 seconds in DVD's.
I've gone down the avi/x264 route with all my TV shows now because I like the way mediabrowser handles individual episodes with metadata and thumbnails plus you don't have to wait for all the fancy intro's, warnings,menus etc you get with DVD's. I use fairuse wizard btw, makes the process very simple.
michael7oliver - currently you can skip 30 seconds forward and 5 seconds back, this is built into media center already.
This feature would allow you to make dvd chapter style jumps in all video formats.
This is a lot more effective than ff/rw, and is easer on performance. Essential for files that don't have chapters.
^^not really, with this method you can select the order, omit videos you don't want, shuffle, loop etc.
isn't this complete now?
would be very useful also if there was an option to save the downloaded content to the movies folder.. especially the backdrops which are quite big (sometime +1mb).
219 votesAdminsambo99 (Admin, Media Browser) responded
This is really hard, I am looking into it
If you go by how media control has progressed you'll see that ff/rw doesn't work all that well, especially with big mkv files etc...
this is a better solution... http://videobrowser.uservoice.com/pages/general/suggestions/96674-add-option-for-big-and-small-skip-like-xbmc