Scrapers can now optionally provide an "aspect" flag on the <thumb> URLs
they provide XBMC. At the moment "banner" and "poster" are supported. i.e.
you should return (when you know the aspect ratio of the image, ofcourse)
TheTVDB.com scraper has been updated, but this doesn't just apply to tv -
movies scrapers could return different image types, though I suspect
they'll all be returning "poster" in general. Music scrapers stay the same
for now (the aspect flag is ignored).
"banner" if it's a wide banner image, like thetvdb.com uses for show
"poster" if it's a tall poster image, like thetvdb.com's posters or
"thumb" for everything else typically - this is optional, you don't need
the aspect flag present - if it's not present, XBMC will assume it's a
If you previously had a setting which chose between banners and posters for
tvshows (like thetvdb.com did), you'll need to keep that in place for Eden
users - once the Frodo repo is open, you can provide a version that removes
that feature should you wish. Basically it just dictates which image is
found first for the "thumb" art, so only really affects skins that don't
use the new art features.