Not much action in this thread anymore, but I do want everyone to know that I, for one, use StreamBaby almost every day! More that 2 years ago, I posted a question on how to link more than one drive to the search function within StreamBaby. I was given a couple of suggestions but they were not what I was looking for. I have many, many videos stored on 2, 8TB external drives and when I search for a video I wanted to be able to search both drives with just one search. I finally figured out how to do just that with the MSDOS "mklink" command. I store all of my videos on 2 drives In these 2 locations. "G:\StreamBaby root" and "M:\Music Videos" For some reason I have found that the search function in StreamBaby doesn't seem to work properly when trying to search for files in a root directory of a drive, at least not for me. I am running Windows 7 and I opened up a command prompt as administrator and typed in this command: mklink /J "M:\Music Videos\common" "G:\streambaby root" This only has to be done once. a link will be created in M:\Music Videos named "common" and you will see it there after running the command. It will survive shutdowns and reboots. Now when I search "M:\Music Videos" the search will extend to the second drive and also search in "G:\StreamBaby root" Because of the spaces in the directories, it is necessary to use the quotes in the paths. to remove the link, should you want to, simply delete the "common" link. One more important thing I had to do is increase the amount of memory StreamBaby is allocated in the "Streambaby.bat" command. in stock form it uses 256M, I had to change mine to 4G! You will have to experiment to find the right amount for your configuration. If you don't have enough you will get an error in the streambaby.bat console. Use Windows Task Manager to see just how much you need. I edited mine from this: @echo off set LAUNCHDIR="%CD%" pushd "%~dp0\native" java -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true -Xmx256m -Xmx256m -jar "%~dp0/jbin/streambaby.jar" %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 echo Exited. pause popd to this: (changes in bold) @echo off set LAUNCHDIR="%CD%" pushd "%~dp0\native" java -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true -Xmx4096m -Xmx4096m -jar "%~dp0/jbin/streambaby.jar" %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 echo Exited. pause popd In my case this does suck 4GB from my system memory during the first search, and that first search does take some time. However, each successive search during that same SB session is cached and is just about instantaneous. VERY NICE Bumping up the allocated memory for SB solved all the search issues I had in the past. That 4G of memory allocated is released once my SB session is ended. A question I have is why is there 2 identical memory commands in Streambaby.bat? Should there be a min and max command?