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{{resize|1.2em|'''Source''' or '''Sources''' may refer to one of the following:}}
 
 
= Library =
{{list|Source folder}}
 
{{list|Adding video sources}}
 
{{list|Adding music to the library}}
 
{{list|RSS media source}}
 
{{list|Sources.xml}}
 
{{list|Sources.xml/Types}}
 
 
 
== Development ==
 
{{list|Script sources}}
 
 
{{github_link|[https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc {{Kodi}} Source Code] }}

Latest revision as of 23:21, 29 January 2021


Source or Sources may refer to one of the following:


1 Library

Source folder
Adding video sources
Adding music to the library
This page details the following:
  • Adding and removing Sources
  • Scan (import) your music collection into the Music Library.
  • Troubleshooting common problems
RSS media source
Kodi supports RSS feeds as video and audio sources. Adding an RSS source in Kodi will make the individual RSS entries browsable in the Kodi interface, along with thumbnails and other metadata if available. RSS feeds cannot be scanned into the video or music library, so they are only accessible from the files view..
Sources.xml
Sources.xml/Types


1.1 Development

Script sources
For Kodi to know what to do with your addon, we require your script, and an addon.xml file. The layout of the XML describing this extension point is as follows:


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