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Продолжение темы https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/43001-the-problem-is-audio-metadata/ ES 3.2.1. не сохраняет иллюстрации и метаданные в папке исполнителя. Отсутствует идентификация артиста в диспетчере метаданных. Но, сервер скачивает и сохраняет иллюстрации внутри папки установки. Метаданные отсутствуют.
Hi Everybody, Can anybody help me figure out why some of my album artwork is not showing up in the Emby Media app? I don't rely on Emby Metadata Fetchers to get the album artwork, each of my music files has the album artwork embedded in the file itself. Most of the artwork is showing up, but about 5-10 out of every 100 albums (5-10%) is missing it's album cover. I was able to get a lot of them back by recopying the music files again to my new music location (server), overwriting the existing files with the one same files. However, I'm still missing about 2-3 out of 100 now. Thanks anybody/everybody! James
Dear sirs, I have a music album according to: Album name: "Jazz at Massey Hall" Album artist: "The Quintet" Genre: Jazz But on each of this album's track, there are only the actual names of the jazz musicians who took part on that track. There is no "The Quintet" as artist on no track. Artists on the tracks are: "Bud Powell; Charles Mingus; Charlie Parker; Dizzy Gillespie; Max Roach" Emby correctly: - Grabs artists from tracks and lists the tracks on each artist page; - Grabs "The Quintet" as the album artist and lists "The Quintet" under album artists; and - Correctly filters "The Quintet" as a "Jazz artist" when the Jazz genre filter is applied to album artists. But Emby gives no result when I search for "The Quintet". I wonder this is just a search problem and thus the strategy to define each artist per track is "Ok" or I should not follow this stragegy. You see, in jazz, artists are of great importance but I think this is really important for other genres... If I would like to search for "The Beatles" or specifically tracks with "George Harrison" this would be a useful stragegy. How should I proceed?