Parallax posters

Is that possible to had an option to choose movies and tvshows poster from ?
Thanks for the app which is the best for ATV


Neat idea. :wink:

Moving to suggestions for now.


Came here to post exactly the same question and offer the same suggestion!
Parallax posters would be awesome.

This should be a lot easier to implement as it’s just been open-sourced!

I didn’t even consider this a possibility but this would be awesome sauce.

Any further progress?

Would love this.

+1 for me

+1000. Even just enabling compatibility with this file format, and letting users obtain and set the .lsr files as the movie art themselves would be fantastic. I expect making Infuse compatible with .lsr files on AppleTV would be a quick and easy thing to implement if the devs didn’t have to worry about coding to pull the art from some database, too. I’ve been making a ton of awesome parallax covers just in case this ever gets implemented!

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This would be great!


I came here to suggest this, this would be great.


Just reviving this thread for the Infuse staff. Been a few years since OP, and this feature “seems” easy enough to implement (although I am admittedly NOT a developer). I’d say the feature doesn’t necessarily have to connect to any given LSR artwork source – rather, simply adding compatibility for LSR file formats, and allowing for DIY assignment of LSRs to movies like the current process for manually setting regular artwork in the Finder. It’s definitely a small, non-functional feature, but would breathe some life into our beloved movie and TV libraries.



Bummer it looks like this source is gone.

I think it would be great if Infuse supported LSRDb to display parallax images.

Any further thought on this?

I’ve just tried out Apple’s Parallax Previewer tool to process my custom artwork; it only took a minute and the result is stunning.

Supporting the .lcr file format would be perfect.

Here’s a link to download the previewer app and a 4-step guide on how to render files in your app:

Here’s my Library image, if you need something to play with.

Edit: changed from .lsr to .lcr, as that appears to be the correct format for loading arbitrary files.

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