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  1. Most of my downloads for my anime has filenames with underscores, like A_Certain_Magical_Index_02 for example. The series is recognized just fine, and because the episodes are sorted into Season folders the seasons are fine, but with the filename like that it doesn't download any metadata for the episode itself. Once I replace the underscores with spaces it has no problem, but is there a way to have it work with underscores, or is there no way to fix this? Can it be added please?
  2. mmm77

    Hilfe? Namensgebung 3D- Filme

    Hallo zusammen, ich benutze Tiny Media Manager (TMM) und versuche die Namen so zu machen, daß Emby alles korrekt erkennt. Bei den normalen Filmen funktioniert das nun, es werden nun auch Kopien in anderen formaten erkannt. Meine Einstellung ist: ${title} ${- ,edition,} (${year}) - ${3Dformat} ${videoFormat} ${videoCodec} ${hdr} ${audioCodec} Nur funktioniert das nicht mit der Erkennung vom 3D-Format. Beispiel: z:\#3D\The Jungle Book (2016)\The Jungle Book (2016) - 3D HSBS 1080p h264 DTS.mkv Das wird leider nicht als 3D Film erkannt. Kann mir da jemand helfen ? Tags need be be surrounded be either a space ( ), hyphen -, dot . or underscore _. Tags are case-insensitive, so both 3d and 3D will work. Examples: moviename (year).3d.hsbs.mkv moviename (year) 3d sbs.mkv moviename (year).3D-HTAB.mkv moviename (year)-3D.sbs-720p.mkv moviename (year)-3D.mvc.mkv Mike
  3. Joe704

    Sort Order

    Either I can't find what I need or don't understand what I'm looking at. (probably the second) I have several movies that I have put into a manual collection. The movies are also included in smaller automatically generated collections where the sort order is unimportant. The release date of the movies is not the correct chronological viewing order. I entered a "sort name" in the metadata so the collection would be properly listed (Display order: Sort name) when viewing the collection. Unfortunately, the addition of the "Sort name" changed the sequence in the main "Movies" folder so they are now not alphabetical by filename. This makes it a little difficult to locate movies that are assigned to the collection without actually going to the colleciton. Unless you know that a specific movie is part of the collection you won't find it with the alphabetical filename sort. You have to know how the "sort name" was structured. Is there someway that the movies can be sorted by "sort name" in the collection folder and file name in the "Movies" folder? ie.. separate display orders depending on where the movie is being used Thanks
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