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i have been having trouble with anime series in particular like Naruto, dragon ball z and now black clover. upon reaching the 100th episode, emby no longer detected the episode, it appeared as some random serial number. so i changed the folder structure as it appears in IMDB, season 1 with 51 episodes, season 2 with 51 episodes, and season 3 empty since no episodes have aired for that folder yet. In emby i created a folder called ANIME SERIES with a tv category, then the folder structure for this series was ANIME SERIES_ Black Clover_ Season 1_ Black Clover S01E01 Which gave me this in emby- it shows episode 106 and 107 unaired in season 1 which is wrong. also season two looked like this- it shows the title of each episode from season 1 and attached it to season 2. originally the folder structure was just the episode numbers starting with 1 and it detected and properly idendified all the way to episode 99, but when it got to 100 emby did not recognize it. i have also have episode 101 and 102 but emby doesn't even recognize that its there and i cant even play it on emby. i need help please.
Hi, I found out tonight that I can use HTML code in the "overview" section of the metadata. That's cool as it allows you to present some formatting like in the attached screenshot. However, I'm confused as to how Emby decides to save the metadata. I thought it was all saved in the *.nfo file, in the same folder as where you store the mp4 and the imagery but that does not appear to be the case. In fact, i can't see the html code i used for the overview text. But it's certainly using the html code as it displays just like I had coded it to display: <h1>TITLE</h1> <h3>di ...</h3> Overview text <br> <h1>TITLE</h1> <h3>di ...</h3> Overview text <br> Also, I added two "writers" which appear in the nfo file but not in the browser. It just shows one of the writers. Any clues? Finally, it appears that the changes to the metadata are saved sequentially in the nfo file rather than in the order the data appears in the webpage. Is that how it should be? I suppose it's just about emby reading through the tags and then positioning them in the correct order. Cheers Report S18E01.nfo