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  1. Now, you'd most likely want to obtain the required information from either AniDB, , Anilist or MAL (example screenshots in links), the most favorable by far is Anilist with its rich tags. All sites offer studios too and in some cases (MAL) even age rating. If features like "More like this" would use Anilist backed tags it'd be a hell of a lot more accurate. This is such a small change on the grand scale of things and would boost the quality of life in the anime sector of emby significantly. You could even build upon this further and let some organizing feature make collections out of tags or studios. In practice/from a UI perspective I imagine there being options (in library settings) to choose metadata provider as with existing providers (TVDB etc.) under a "Tags" and "Studio" section respectively. Since there already is an umbrella option, namely "Series metadata", I'd propose for these settings to be shown when you enable the "advance" interface. This is the nit-picky approach, though. If this is pursued (which would be highly appreciated) I imagine there being another realization of this idea.
  2. roshanconnor

    Anime as a Library

    Hi everyone So I had added my Anime Collection as a Library I chose Category - TV Shows Plugin - I installed Anime Plugin from Plugins option Database - I chose AniDB as my database of choice for the metadata My Fliles are named perfectly for Media server..its working great with Plex Server So it took some time for the initial scan and it was done after around 4 hours The issue is it detected the files..but there is no metadata at all..I cant see any images or any info about the show How can I fix this Thank you
  3. This plugin doesn't make any sense. I've never heard that anyone divides their animes into seasons. But that's exactly what this plugin does. e.g. although all Dragonball episodes are in one folder, the plugin makes Season out of it and so everything is displayed wrong and episodes are not found. For me a working anime plugin would be a reason to get a premium from the emby, but so I see no reason. Since I only have animes and exactly there this plugin completely fails. I ask you to completely overhaul this plugin. ´Anime are not packed in Season. Never use the pictures from Anisearch . These pictures are in such a bad resolution that it makes no sense to crwalen them. Then anime is not just film and series. Anime also has so-called OVA, Bonus, WEB, and OAD.
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