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  1. I’ve looked at the supported format in: https://support.emby.media/support/solutions/articles/44001159110-tv-naming Which shows the following format: show name - S01E01 - Display Name 1.ext show name - S01E01 - Display Name 2.ext I was thinking that it would just be the last hyphen that was the trigger but perhaps me having more hyphens after show name and episode name is causing issues. Here are my tests: My original chosen naming style is: Batman - The Animated Series - S01E01 - The Cat and the Claw, Part 1-1080p.x264.AAC Batman - The Animated Series - S01E01 - The Ca
  2. adam.niescierowicz

    Manual Multi-version group script

    Hi, I would like to group my movies with different multi-version quality unfortunately functionality doesn't work with multidirectory library. I know manual method: multi-select content and next "group versions". The most convenient method for me is to use a script for this. I can write a script, but I need a description of the structure of the database, which unfortunately I can't see anywhere. Can somebody explain me relation of sql data in sqlite db for multiversion video? Maybe there is some documentation describing the sql structure?
  3. Hello Since the last Emby update, Any time I add a new movie that has multiple version (Like 4K, 1080p) The filters only seem to pick up the 1080p file rather then the 4K File An Example is attached: I have Glass in 4K HDR along with a 1080p 10bit version. The NFO file is attached to the 4K video but when I filter by 4K it will not show up,
  4. schmitty

    Multi-version version name

    Hello, Would it possible to change the version title which is displayed in the drop-down menu. Instead of displaying the portion of the file name after the dash eg. Theatrical Version.AVC.h264.AC3 [5.1].Bluray-1080p Could just the portion between the dash and the period only be shown, eg. Theatrical Version
  5. I ran into an edge case in multi-version naming. I have 2 cuts of the film The Killing of a Chinese Bookie. Afaik, the cuts are only referred to as the 1976 cut and the 1978 cut. My naming is as follows: `The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976)/The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) [1976 Cut].mkv` `The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976)/The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) [1978 Cut].mkv` Emby is picking up the date from the version string and not from within the parenthesis. This also occurs when using the hyphen method for the versions. The result is that 2 separate films appe
  6. I have some problem with the playback of Multi-resolution movies. It seems Emby is not selecting the correct version. I thought Emby clients where capable to select the correct version? I have tested this with Emby Theater (Xbox One, Windows Store & Desktop) and the webapp. All of them are using the highest quality version instead of selecting the one with the correct resolution. On my Xbox One S this is a big problem because it selects the 4K version of a movie instead of the 1080P version. I don't have a 4K screen, so I get a green screen.
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