Terminology

Fanart
Large image / wallpaper, usually full screen representing the media

Cover.Front
The image you'd expect to see on the front of the box (DVD, CD case)

Cover.Back
The image you'd expect to see on the back of the box (DVD, CD case)

Cover.Inner
The image you'd expect to see on the liner notes / inside the cover)

Cover.Sleeve
The unfolded back, spine and front cover all in one

Cover.Disc
The image of the physical disc label (usually a round image)

Poster
Usually a 'Promotional' poster… promoting a movie or album release.

Banner
A highly oblong image usually landscape representing the media

Framegrab
A snapshot of the media (screen shot) of the playing TV show or movie, not applicable to Audio

Logo
A 'symbol' associated with the media, usually an iconic logo or symbol

Genre
A general classification for the category/style of media. e.g. Comedy, Rock, Horror, Jazz, Documentary.

<n>
Some number to allow multiple instances of artwork types. e.g. Starwars.movie.framegrab.001

MediaInfo
'Flags' as they are termed today. I felt the term MediaInfo was easier to understand

HasBeenPlayed
'Watched', but a more generic term to cover Audio and even Images. (note, this is an image to 'represent' the watched status, not to store the status)

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