Anyone who has been using Mediabrowser to handle their media has probably been not thrilled with the automatic scraping results. This is where MetaBrowser comes in.
Metabrowser is a low cost program that handles all aspects of media metadata management, from scraping content to downloading trailers. It handles both TV shows and movies with equal efficiency. It can also handle automatically sorting your TV episodes into the proper directories by monitoring folders. This makes it a near-seamless process to record or rip your media, convert it, and then have it sorted to the proper directory and have the metadata downloaded.
There are quite a few advanced features that this program has including batch renaming your episodes so that they all have a uniform naming scheme. It handles both XBMC and Mediabrowser metadata formats, and it can pull the metadata from most major sites, including the TVDB and IMDB.
It’s an incredibly simple program to use, making it easy to quickly fetch metadata for groups of media. There are batch functions to update all metadata, or you can just select specific fields to update. If you have any questions about the program, their community is quick with answers and assistance.
I highly recommend Metabrowser to anyone who’s using XBMC or Mediabrowser to manage their local media.