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vendion posted a topic in General/WindowsI'm new to Emby, recently migrated from Plex, and I have a question on part of the "Complex Library Structure" section of the TV naming wiki page. On that page it suggests the following: I'm trying to replicate a similar layout in my Library but I don't see how to set the content type using the metadata manager on my server. Because of this Emby shows one show with all the other shows as "Seasons" which is not what I want. Is such a structure still supported or should I just break out the different shows in a top level directory in my TV library? I'm using Emby Version 184.108.40.206 if that helps
MBServer: Version 3.0.5083.27698 MBClassic: Version 220.127.116.11 B12-4.1 MBTheater: Not installed PC Server OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1 Codecs: Nothing other than installed with Win7 out of the box and MBServer Extender: HP MediaSmart Connect x280n I would appreciate some guidance on the MB3 preferred library structure for multi-disc music CD's to avoid multiple album/CD entries. I have just gone through a retagging exercise (thanks Luke) with Media Monkey which has greatly improved the information pulled from the tags in recent versions of MB3 Server. I did have the CD's stored as... \Music \Artist Name \Album Name - Disc 1 1- Song.mp3 2- Song.mp3 \Album Name - Disc 2 1- Song.mp3 2- Song.mp3 ...which resulted in multiple entries per album/CD and doesn't always automatically display Disc 1/Disc 2 in the name from the folder structure. Now I have renamed the physical file tracks on the discs to reflect their respective discs, tagged them as disc 1, disc 2, and combined folders as below... \Music \Artist Name \Album Name 101- Song.mp3 102- Song.mp3 201- Song.mp3 202- Song.mp3 ...but this results in duplicated track numbers and straight album play would then jump back and forth from disc/track 101 to disc/track 201, 102, 202, 103, 203, etc. Is there a track file naming convention that will let me combine disc folders and get me to the sequential track order from disc1, then disc 2 to disc x? Or, am I going about it all wrong? Thanks, Tanamur