How-To Use SQLite in Media Browser

The more recent releases of Media Browser support a SQLite based database backend, however, this feature is disabled by default as it is still considered experimental. It does have some known issues as illustrated here:

So, if you’re willing to put up with a few bugs, go ahead and download this zip archive: (298.03 kb)

This archive contains the two files required for enabling SQLite support in Media Browser. Place these in:


Then edit "MediaBrowserXml.config" so that the "EnableExperimentalSqliteSupport" entry looks like this:


You may also want to delete your "Cache" and "ImageCache" folders as, I believe, switching to SQLite will create a completely new set of files.

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