Me and my room mate just got a galaxy tab each + we have our laptops etc.
So what I have is a centos server running transmission with a web-ui so that we all download stuff directly to the server (keeping this organised) and a samba share so we can watch things.
This was fine until the tablets came along, i have some samba file viewer where i can download some stuff to tablet but I can't "just watch it" like I can on my laptop.
After some googling I found this AWESOME app/programme call subsonic, which lets me stream videos and music over a webbroweser(like my own youtube/grooveshark)
The ONLY issue i have with it is that it reads files in a directory structure so music is locations in /media/HD1/Music. So if that HD gets full I create another folder on /media/HD2/Music then I now have 2 music folders which is a pain. Also as torrents get downloaded to /media/HD3/Torrents that is completely mixed with music/apps/videos/serias etc.
So my question is simple. Is there another programme like subsonic that can scan directories and build its own folders based on the content and so I can scan /media/ and it will organise everything. it MUST support watching videos over the webbroweser.
or is there a programme or script I can run the will organise my actual directories to match this?