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I have a collection of movies:

A laptop might have a subset of these internally; the complete library might be available on a connected external disk. Various subsets might be available in the network, both as files and/or as Windows streaming.

How can I see my total library? what is currently available? And how can I easily launch available items?

I am mostly thinking about Windows clients, though I also have Android

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Using Zoom Player, you can specify multiple drives/folders into a virtual category that combines them all. Sources not available (drives disconnected or non-mapped network drives) will not be listed.

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