If you’re using a version of the QNAP software that’s comparable to what I have on my system, you ought to see something similar to the image I have above.The directions read: To translate that for you, it means check the View Advanced Management option to specify where your media files are going to live.If you are like me, you have been banging your head against the wall trying to get your xbox 360 working correctly with your Windows Media Center’s Movie Library. The issue you are seeing should be that when logged directly into the media center it sees your movies, but the xbox 360 shows an error: “There are no items in the library yet …” The solution is stupid… You would think it would pull the settings directly from the media center PC just like it does for music and pictures library, but it does not.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Getting MKV and other media files to play directly on your Xbox 360 with Media Browser 3, and Media Browser Classic, can be a frustrating experience.
Trust me, I’ve been there, and I have spent many hours banging my head trying to figure out how to get it to work.
Seemingly at times I thought I had everything setup correctly, but Media Browser would end up transcoding the file, or unable to play it all.
If you have an Xbox 360 or a Windows Mobile phone, then your best bet on syncing all your music and media would be Windows Media Player 12.
Sadly enough, you may have already encountered problems refreshing your library and keeping things tidy.