MasterPhW wrote:It would be great, if you could enter the standard details (XBMC names in brackets) like Artist [<artist>]: Song[<title>], release year [<year>], the CD [<album>] (to sort it into the database to an album), a Video Thumbnail [<thumb>], duration[<durationinseconds>], Genre [<genre>] and Info.
MasterPhW wrote:I also don't want to see Youtube video thumbnails.
There are more sources, than Youtube, I think you know that. Or are you using all your music from spotify?
And why are you arguing with Youtube the whole time?
IMDB has a concert database aswell. So we can check these live music videos there, too.
Pernod wrote:I am now unsure of what exactly you are asking for. Are you referring to music videos for individual tracks (which are currently supported here by linking a YouTube video to a track), or music DVD's of concerts, etc. (which are also supported here by adding Video Albums).
All the videos details you mention in your first post (except thumbnail and duration) are all available here for both individual music videos and full concert DVD's.
MasterPhW wrote:If you link a music videos for an individual track, you have to specify an Youtube video. I want to add the whole bunch of information to an artist, without the need for a youtube link. Sometimes Youtube and Vevo are blocked for some parts of the world. But the corresponding information is free and could be added, edited and viewed here.
And if all the stuff is already available, why can't I see it with every artist I tried?
I only can see a "Album -> Track -> Music Video: [Youtube -> not available]" links all over the site.
Instead I want a own listing. Or am I missing something?
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strTrack: "Let's Go",
strAlbum: "18 Months",
strArtist: "Calvin Harris",
strDescriptionEN: ""Let's Go" is a song by Scottish disc jockey Calvin Harris, featuring vocals from American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo. The track was released in the United Kingdom on April 22, 2012 as the third single from Harris upcoming album 18 Months. For the chart week dated May 5, "Let's Go" debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart— marking Harris' third consecutive number two hit (held off by Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe"). As of July 2012, the song has sold 376,000 downloads in the United States. It will also appear on the deluxe version of Ne-Yo's upcoming fifth studio album, R.E.D. in November 2012. The song received a nomination for Best Dance Recording at the 55th Grammy Awards to be held in February 2013. The song was used for a Pepsi Max advert that features Lionel Messi, Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres, Wojciech Szczęsny, Frank Lampard, Sergio Agüero and Jack Wilshere.",