How to enable DVD cover art on wd TV live

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Enabling DVD cover art on the WD TV Live home media player gives Live users the ability to browse their movie collection by DVD cover art and not just the title of the movie. The WD TV Live has an extensive settings menu where WD TV Live users change the necessary settings of the machine to suit their media browsing needs, including the DVD cover art option.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • DVD cover art files

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Connect the external hard drive that you are using with the WD TV Live, using the hard drive's USB cable.

  2. 2

    Go to the folder where you keep your DVD cover art and select the DVD cover art you want to use for your DVD movie. Right-click the DVD cover art file. Click "Copy" from the context menu that comes up. Right-click the folder that the DVD movies are saved to on the external hard drive.

  3. 3

    Name each DVD cover art ".jpg" file to the exact same name as the DVD movie you have saved on your external hard drive. For example, if you own the DVD movie "Love Actually," name the DVD cover art file "Love Actually" without the quotations. Continue this process for all your DVDs.

  4. 4

    Unplug the external hard drive from your computer and connect the hard drive to the WD TV Live, using the USB cable.

  5. 5

    Press the "Power" button on the WD TV Live's remote and select "Settings" from the WD TV Live's main menu. Select "Video" and select "Browser Display." Select "Thumbnail Mode."

  6. 6

    Press the "Home" button on WD TV Live's remote and you will see the WD TV Live main menu. Select the "My Videos" option and a list of your DVD movies on the hard drive appears, along with their DVD cover art.

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