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Hi, I've been using EMBY since the MediaBrowser days, in combination with MCM (Media Center Master). Which in the past handled the heavy lifting for media organisation and metadata fetching. With EMBY I'm trying to use parental controls, now I have a mixture of US and Australian (local) MPAA ratings. EMBY likes AU-??, when you define a local rating and it populates with only those options in the parental control. Which it can handle AU-G and G, but it runs into issues with PG-13 and it's equivalent AU-M,AU-MA+ settings. If you set parental to AU-M it ignores PG-13 (which in the technical definition of a caparison could equal either M or MA+), so I want to bulk edit them to a rating EMBY can handle. So I'm looking to see if it's possible, or the best solution, to tidy up my library and bulk edit 100+ movies that have incorrect local based MPAA ratings (not just PG-13 rated movies). I've asked this over at MCM forums as well, as looking to see if Pete has a solution. I've seen a number of threads on bulk editing, with talk of something might be worked on. MetaBrowser are an application appears to be dead, non-maintained at the source so can't even activate. Suggestions welcome. Cheers,
I'm manually cleaning up my MPAA ratings as I had no idea they had gotten so out of hand. One of those things that I forgot I setup metabrowser to do for me before I switched to emby being in charge of getting my meta a long time ago now. Looking for a plugin developer or perhaps a server option to address this problem... for example if the metadata contains GB-15 I'd like to be able to set my own personal rating for that to keep everything in the US standard here. So Emby fetches GB-15, plugin/server mapping feature changes GB-15 to R. Another example is Not rated, unrated, N/A I would set these to map to NR giving me one rating to check for all my NR items in reports of the server. Thanks.
Anyone knows how I can force refresh parental ratings? I use localised ratings but by mistake I enabled download and save metadata. Therefore quite some ratings were replaced by US ones. I restored in my movie .xmls all localised parental ratings but MB server does not seem to pick them up. Tried everything: deleted library, refreshed media library a couple of times, deleted all caches I could find, ... So, how to get rid of those US ratings?
cylon posted a topic in General/WindowsIt looks like MBS is pulling the Parental/Content Rating tag from TMDB which doesn't have a rating for most Australian movies. IMDB does have these ratings It would be good if there was an option to set the preference for where to pull metadata from on a field by field basis.