As of last night's SVN it should be ok to leave out both of those INI settings. (It was definitely a good idea to have them before). Now it will only used meta-titles in the selection screen if the title has already has been cached. (It is cached via two mechanisms, either by selecting the movie, or by pressing the enter key on the remove when in the selection screen, which will generate meta-titles for all files in that directory). I'm not sure which versions of streambaby people are using, but are people who are using SVN versions that need the above INI files at least seeing the metadata information when they select the movie to play (on the play screen) or when pressing the info button when playing? If not, I need to figure out why because even with those ini settings, that part of the metadata code should still be active. EDIT: I just saw rfryar's message about not seeing the metadata, so I guess some people are having issues. I'll need to do some more testing tonight, but it should look for the metadata either as: filename.ext.txt (in the same directory as the original file) or .meta/filename.ext.txt (so in a subdirectory of the directory the original file was in called .meta) I've been testing 95% of the time with the files in the .meta directory, so it's possible I broke it for files that aren't in there. I'll need to check. It could also be many other things (linux vs windows line terminators, etc.) I'll post if I figure anything more out.