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  1. Luke

    Strm file guide

  2. Luke

    TV Naming Guide

  3. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Cinema-Intros
  4. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Music%20naming
  5. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/System%20requirements
  6. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Backup
  7. I wrote this guide up to try and help @@t^2 understand the images and their place(s) and thought it might also be helpful to anyone new to this and scratching their head. So here we go: Movies Movie Art - are images of a movie logo/name including characters of the movie with a transparent background Movie Backdrops – are high quality backdrops of the Movie Movie Banner - are images containing the movie characters including the movie logo/title Movie Disc - are original movie disc images with a transparent background Movie Logo – are images of a movie logo/name with a transparent b
  8. Luke worked very hard on MB server new image convention "Compatible - MB3/XBMC/Plex" and the XBMC saver. The good thing now about it for users that needs also XBMC structure is that they don't need to have duplicate files to match each environment standards (posters, backdrops, etc...). MB3 will read perfectly XBMC (Frodo) new file structure. That simplifies A LOT the movie and TV show folders. After this was done, Fatal handled my features requests on some needs I had to work perfectly with MB3. The most important one, IMO, that was completed is the Media Browser saver plugin Boxset
  9. Using the Web Client Original Author: Abobaber Accessing the Web Client, Login, & Overview Customize your media collections Browsing your media Item detail page Remote Control from the item detail page Editing - Metadata and People Editing - Images Views - Movies Views - TV & Music Remote Control from the main Web Client interface Offline Shares Next Steps This thread will explain some of the Media Browser 3 Web Client features and options. You can edit your titles (metadata and images), play your titles, remotely browse and play titles to selected clients, search your titles, e
  10. UNC - "Universal Naming Convention" is the recommended network share type for the new Media Browser 3 server. I will explain it step by step in this thread by creating a new folder and sharing it, then add the folder share to the MB3 server. First go to one of your media folders, right click and choose: Properties. In this example I will be using a folder named: MB3ShareUNC_Example Now click on the "Share" tab - then "Advanced Sharing". Enable the option "share this folder". Best to leave the share name as it is for easy remembering, now before you click on "Permissions", this sh
  11. The ImagesByName folder contains artwork that is used by MediaBrowser to enhance the overall look of Media Browser. The ImagesByName folder is often abbreviated as IBN. The server will create an ImagesByName (IBN) folder within it's program data folder, located at: C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Roaming\MediaBrowser-Server\ImagesByName Tip: To go directly to the logged-in user's roaming folder type %appdata% in a Windows Explorer address bar and hit Enter. Inside this folder will be several sub-folders, including: Artist Genre MusicGenre GameGenre People Studio Year General MediaInfo
  12. Our KB is located at https://support.emby.media For articles related to media files & folder structure: https://support.emby.media/support/solutions/folders/44000764515
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