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  1. EliteArmedForce

    One Piece naming, Help!!!

    I am done with naming One Piece Episodes. Previously i watched Naruto and Naruto Shippuden without any headache (Thanks to this forum post - Naruto file naming) I have downloaded total of 837 episodes. Initially, it was named 'One Piece - 001 to One Piece - 837'. After library scan, both "Absolute" and "Aired" order, i get this annoying problem. This never happened with Naruto or Naruto Shippuden , episodes named S01E001. I tried naming 'One Piece - S01EXXX, One Piece - S020EXXX' etc. Moreover, i tried 'One Piece - S01EXXX to One Piece S01E837'. Yet i face this annoying problem. Device used: RPi4 & Jetson Tx2 The problem: Why their is a Specials??? Please help me,
  2. I have this problem where the seasons themselves have correct meta data, while the episodes have some issues. For example In season 1, the episodes have correct metadata, but in season 2, the episodes have the same metadata of season 1 episodes. Im still new to this so my folder structure might be broken? Anime\Overlord\Season 2\Overlord II S02E01.mp4 Anime\Overlord\Season 3\Overlord III S03E01.mkv Anime being root folder Ive refreshed, scan lib files, deleted nfos and images, and refreshed, scan lib files again, but they still do that. Any help would be nice, Thanks in advance Images as example: Season 2 (I have no season 1 of overlord) Season 3
  3. Schtief

    Automatic tagging of Anime

    Hey there. Is it possible to add the tags of aniSearch (anime plugin) as tags instead of genre info. Thanks in advance :-)
  4. Hi, Emby right now handle regular tv shows and movies very well, however it's fell short on Anime support be it directly or via the anime plugin. There is few features that would vastly make emby better able to handle anime. 1. Absolute order support seeing as the majority of the anime groups uses anidb numbering, emby fails so hard on it right now, trying anything over 100 as either special or different season. e.g. see the attached photo. "Case Closed - 935.mkv" treated as "Case Closed S09E35", even tho it was not implied. 2. If there is no season folder present in the folder or the filename treat them as Season 01. Case example, "/media/Anime/Case Closed/Case Closed - (\d+).mkv" , emby would automatically tag them as Season 01 for display purposes. 3. Use Proper anime scanner. Absolute Series Scanner by ZeroQI possibly the best anime scanner, you could find that can handle all sort of anime naming convictions, if possible try to use it or learn from it. https://github.com/ZeroQI/Absolute-Series-Scanner
  5. I have a bunch of anime eps that I've been watching, and they were all named properly until yesterday. Yesterday my internet got turned back on (it was off for a week), and I added a few new episodes of the anime. Suddenly ALL the episodes have been renamed to "John Dies In The End", which is a movie I don't even have. I also notice that emby had an update which might have effected metadata.. Any thoughts on what I should try?
  6. 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.
  7. KeiznKlei

    Anime Scrobbling

    Well how about anime scrobbling for Kitsu, AniList, and MyAnimeList (if the API is out). Added bonus where you can also rate it in whole in the dashboard. Maybe also per episode while watching or before the episode ends. It would really remove the pain to do it on all three site every time and list it on sticky notes. . Is it possible??
  8. Baconnaise

    Roku Settings for Anime Subtitles

    Hi, I'm currently having an issue with Emby displaying the incorrect subtitles/format when viewing anime specifically. No clue if it also happens to my movies as of yet. I have three Roku 4 Ultras and one Roku TCL 4k TV. They all exhibit the same issue. The subtitles will play but they're ugly standard subs, not the internal subtitles. Web player in Emby shows the correct subtitles but the Roku's do not. Plex does show the correct subtitles as well. I'm aware of possible previous problems involving the Roku and Emby in the past. This one thread https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/33554-firmware-71/?hl=%2Banime+%2Bsubtitles+%2Broku here seems like it was a fixed issue needing no special settings. I'm new to Emby and coming from Plex. Currently test driving it and seeing if it will be permanent as I find many of the features and the UI to be superior atm. My thoughts are that this is a user settings issue where I have something set up incorrectly. I would appreciate it if someone could possibly correct any mistakes I've made. Included are screenshots relevant to my issue. The first two screens are what it should look like. Two latter are what I'm getting. Fifth one is my Roku setting for CC. Sixth is of my playback Emby settings. Seventh is something that I think was on by default that may or may not be a problem. Any help would be appreciated.
  9. So I've been using Emby off and on for a while now on my Android TV, for the past several months I've been using it as my only source after finally abandoning Plex. The problem is, recently my anime (mkv files) no longer have time controls, like skipping ahead, rewind, resume from xx:xx, etc. My regular movies and TV recordings (mp4,avi,etc) have no issues. I've tested these same anime episodes on my phone app (Android) and via the browser and the time controls all work without issue, it's only the TV. On the TV I switched it to using external player (VLC) and I can skip, pause, resume, rewind etc without issue as well. What happened to the TV app? The server and TV both update automatically to the newest build/apps when available; is the TV build broken or something? How can I fix this?
  10. Original source Unix.stackexchange.com Thx to Adrian for this amazing script Since Emby doesnt have a proper scraper this will help to "fix" that Files to be renamed are all of the form [<tag>] <name> - <serial> [<quality>].mkv. Each anime has a lookup file called <name>.lst, listing the episodes in serial order, e.g. One Piece.lst contains: S01E01 S01E02 ... S01E08 S02E01 ... You use a bash shell at version 4 (minimum). #!/bin/bash # USAGE: canon_vids <dir> ... # Canonicalize the filenames of all MKV vids in each <dir> # All the anime lookup tables are in the lookup subdirectory # where canon_vids is stored lookup_dir="$(dirname "$0")/lookup" log_skip() { echo "SKIP ($1): $2" } find "$@" -name \*.mkv | while read f; do # Check filename against our desired pattern # (We don't want to rename what's already been renamed!) if [[ $f =~ /(\[[^]]+\])\ (.*)\ -\ ([0-9]+)\ (\[[^]]+\].mkv) ]]; then # We've now split our filename into: prefix="${BASH_REMATCH[1]}" name="${BASH_REMATCH[2]}" serial="${BASH_REMATCH[3]##0}" suffix="${BASH_REMATCH[4]}" # Some sanity checks if (( serial <= 0 )); then log_skip "$f" "Invalid serial# '$serial' for $name"; continue fi # Let's look up the episode episode="$(sed -n ${serial}p "$lookup_dir/${name}.lst")" if [[ -z "$episode" ]]; then log_skip "$f" "Can't find serial# '$serial' for $name"; continue fi mv -vn "$f" "${f%/*}/${prefix} ${name} - ${episode} ${suffix}" fi done And here's a bonus script that generates those lookup files, given the number of episodes in each season: #!/bin/bash # USAGE: generate_series <#eps> ... while [[ $1 ]]; do ((s++)) for e in $(seq "$1"); do printf "S%02dE%02d\n" $s $e done shift done Example: $ ls canon_vids generate_series # Create One Piece lookup table $ mkdir lookup $ ./generate_series 8 22 17 13 9 22 39 13 52 31 99 56 100 35 62 49 118 33 96 > lookup/One\ Piece.lst $ tail -n lookup/One\ Piece.lst S19E92 S19E93 S19E94 S19E95 S19E96 $ wc -l lookup/One\ Piece.lst 874 lookup/One Piece.lst # Create fake One Piece MKVs (adding a couple more to trigger errors) $ mkdir op $ for i in $(seq 0 876); do touch "$(printf "op/[TAG] One Piece - %02d [quality].mkv" $i)"; done $ ls op | wc -l 877 # And now, the moment of truth... $ ./canon_vids op renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 724 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S17E97 [quality].mkv' renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 86 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S06E17 [quality].mkv' ... renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 819 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S19E41 [quality].mkv' SKIP (op/[TAG] One Piece - 00 [quality].mkv): Invalid serial# '0' for One Piece renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 52 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S04E05 [quality].mkv' ... renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 865 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S19E87 [quality].mkv' SKIP (op/[TAG] One Piece - 875 [quality].mkv): Can't find serial# '875' for One Piece renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 295 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S11E69 [quality].mkv' ... renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 430 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S13E49 [quality].mkv' SKIP (op/[TAG] One Piece - 876 [quality].mkv): Can't find serial# '876' for One Piece renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 655 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S17E28 [quality].mkv' ... renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 93 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S07E02 [quality].mkv' renamed 'op/[TAG] One Piece - 278 [quality].mkv' -> 'op/[TAG] One Piece - S11E52 [quality].mkv' # OK, but what happens when we run it again? Will our files be further renamed? Will Luffy find One Piece? $ ./canon_vids op SKIP (op/[TAG] One Piece - 00 [quality].mkv): Invalid serial# '0' for One Piece SKIP (op/[TAG] One Piece - 875 [quality].mkv): Can't find serial# '875' for One Piece SKIP (op/[TAG] One Piece - 876 [quality].mkv): Can't find serial# '876' for One Piece # Of course! Those files were never found in the lookup table, so they're still # candidates for renaming. More importantly, no other files were touched. Little explanation: ./generate_series 8 22 17 13 9 22 39 13 52 31 99 56 100 35 62 49 118 33 96 > lookup/One\ Piece.lst Extra: If u want to automate create a line at crontab. canon_vids.txt generate_series.txt
  11. Hi, I can seem to get Anime description to show in English. Normal Movies and TV series are fine so i think it's the plugin. Emby: Version 3.5.3.0 Anime plugin: Version 1.2.8.0 Could some one give me some advise?
  12. Hey, I installed emby a few days ago as a replacement to plex, since emby can transcode my anime faster than plex can, and emby looks tons nicer, although i'm running into an exception I'm hoping someone can help me diagnose. Using Emby 4 on Windows 7. The main exception is: 2019-01-21 20:04:33.426 Error App: Error in Proxer *** Error Report *** Version: 4.0.0.2 Command line: C:\Users\Sasha\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\system\EmbyServer.dll -noautorunwebapp Operating system: Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True User Interactive: True Processor count: 2 Program data path: C:\Users\Sasha\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\programdata Application directory: C:\Users\Sasha\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\system System.MissingMethodException: System.MissingMethodException: Method not found: 'Void MediaBrowser.Common.Net.HttpRequestOptions.set_ResourcePool(System.Threading.SemaphoreSlim)'. at MediaBrowser.Plugins.Anime.Providers.Proxer.ProxerSeriesImageProvider.GetImageResponse(String url, CancellationToken cancellationToken) at MediaBrowser.Providers.Manager.ItemImageProvider.DownloadImage(BaseItem item, LibraryOptions libraryOptions, IRemoteImageProvider provider, RefreshResult result, IEnumerable`1 images, Int32 minWidth, ImageType type, CancellationToken cancellationToken) at MediaBrowser.Providers.Manager.ItemImageProvider.RefreshFromProvider(BaseItem item, LibraryOptions libraryOptions, IRemoteImageProvider provider, ImageRefreshOptions refreshOptions, TypeOptions savedOptions, Int32 backdropLimit, ICollection`1 downloadedImages, RefreshResult result, CancellationToken cancellationToken) Source: MediaBrowser.Plugins.Anime TargetSite: System.Threading.Tasks.Task`1[MediaBrowser.Common.Net.HttpResponseInfo] GetImageResponse(System.String, System.Threading.CancellationToken) at MediaBrowser.Plugins.Anime.Providers.Proxer.ProxerSeriesImageProvider.GetImageResponse(String url, CancellationToken cancellationToken) at MediaBrowser.Providers.Manager.ItemImageProvider.DownloadImage(BaseItem item, LibraryOptions libraryOptions, IRemoteImageProvider provider, RefreshResult result, IEnumerable`1 images, Int32 minWidth, ImageType type, CancellationToken cancellationToken) at MediaBrowser.Providers.Manager.ItemImageProvider.RefreshFromProvider(BaseItem item, LibraryOptions libraryOptions, IRemoteImageProvider provider, ImageRefreshOptions refreshOptions, TypeOptions savedOptions, Int32 backdropLimit, ICollection`1 downloadedImages, RefreshResult result, CancellationToken cancellationToken) I could attempt to work on this plugin myself since it's coded in C#, but I was hoping someone else might have a clue how to fix this before I start hacking away at it. Oh also, if I click "Edit Images" on a series and click the search icon, it loads them fine that way. Thank you!
  13. mcfido

    Cannot Correct Show Data

    Hello, I'm experiencing problems with a particular anime. .Hack//SIGN is known for being difficult in general due to the strange way the title is written. It's almost impossible to find online as it is without knowing how to spell it. I've found the correct variations that trigger Emby to identify it correctly, however when I identify, refresh the metadata, and try to change it, I keep getting stuck with a crappy new show called Hack which I've never heard of and couldn't care less about. Emby simply WILL NOT CHANGE my show to the correct one. I don't know what to do. Any suggestions? I tried to remove the anime, rename to folder, scan using the correct variation, and EVEN AFTER FINDING IT FRESHLY SCANNED, it still defaults to this crappy show and refuses to let me change it!!! UGH!!!!
  14. saitoh183

    Roku app and Subtitles

    I noticed that when i want to watch anime that has embedded subs (mkv) that are recognized as unknown language, Roku wont allow me to use them. is this a limitation of the app or a bug? I set it to the sub but nothing appears on the screen.
  15. Koroshyia

    Subtitle are missaligned ???

    Hey there other datahoarders and dev from the emby community. I have been using emby for a little while but i had issues with users loging in to my account even though i changed my password every single time and only i knew it and i grew tired of it and before i wrote a topic someone said to me to try plex and i did it.\ Although that problem was solved i just couldn't come to love plex and the shit thats been happening there now so i came back and to my happiness i saw some very nice changes. Love it keep up the great work. Now to my problem. There seem to be some kind of misalignment i might say not quite sure tbh with the subtitles in anime haven't tested with series and movies since i only have anime. What's happening is when i'm not in full screen subs are in right position but when in full screen subs somehow kinda end up almost in the middle of screen. This happens to all anime not a singularity or a bad patch or download. Photos in the attached section. Anyone has any ideas as to why?
  16. ebrithiljonas

    Default language per library

    Hello Emby Team I watch a lot of animes but only with the original soundtrack and subtitles, because German dubs really suck. So it would be really great if it is possible to select a default language for every library, so for example for Movies its German but for Animes its Japanese with German subs. I hope this would be possible. Greez Ebrithil
  17. Encel

    ANSWERED Not install plugin Anime

    debian 8 Version: 3.2.5.0 Not install plugin Anime errors for logs in attach Error.media.txt
  18. Solution: Grab from plugin catalog, since the latest changes have been published. The plugin does not automatically identify any series. The plugin successfully fetches the animetitles.xml, and the anime-list.xml, and also fetches the series from anidb.net and places it into the cache/anidb/series/{aid} folder on scan/identify by name/aid. However it never identifies the series! 1. Create folder called "Strike the Blood" 2. Scan library 3. Check for "cache\anidb\series\9772" 4. Open the library and you will see it has not identified the series, but it has all the required information. 5. Manually identify with AniDB Id "9772" and you will get no results. (If you use the name to identify it the results are not for anidb and you will not have an anidb.net source under the name) Note: If you identify by name/aid the aid will get fetched and placed into the cache/anidb/series/{aid} folder but it will not be in the identify results. Other Issue: The plugin is not listed under my plugins where you could configure it in like MB2. Create any series from http://anidb.net/api/animetitles.xml and try for yourself. Emby Version 3.2.5.0 - Windows & FreeBSD Tested Line 51: it could be trying to read animetitles.xml/titles.xml but im not sure. Line 642, 964, 1001: Automatic identification of the series "Danganronpa" Failed Line 1042, 1083: Automatic identification of the series "gargantia" Failed Line 1125, 1166: Automatic identification of the series "hal" Failed ... more series tests in other logs 03-01-2017_EmbyAnimeError.txt
  19. I hope this is the right place to put this topic in, I haven't posted before and it felt like the most relevant place. I use Emby regularly, and I primarily watch subbed anime. And as with any tv/movie style there will sometimes be multiple things conveyed on screen. So the problem is that whenever there is a large amount of subtitles on screen (Large being above the average single line) the web app will freeze up. So when a sign with multiple slanted lines of text shows up the app freezes on that frame without showing the subtitles and the audio continues without me being able to pause it. Another example from today: The episode ends and the ending theme plays, with one line horizontally in English and one vertically in Japanese. The video plays but the subs freeze and the controls don't show up when I move the mouse or click. On a related note; is split OP/ED+EP, which is common for blu-ray anime releases, in planning at all? Please excuse if my English is wrong anywhere.
  20. Aphid

    Anime

    The anime plugin adds additional TV show metadata providers for anime series. Data is currently provided by AniDB and AniList. Features include: Choose between localized, Japanese, or romaji titles for series and episodes. More extensive cast lists, including additional roles such as character designer and composer. Additional anime-specific genres, such as "Mecha" and "Slice of Life". Supports organizing sequels as either additional seasons (the default Emby behaviour), or as independent series. Organizing your Media There are two organization standards supported by the plugin: AniDB or TheTVDB. In both cases, Emby will be capable of fetching metadata from all sources, however the TVDB format is recommended due to limitations in Emby's file parsing schemes for special episodes with absolute episode numbers. You can mix organization formats between different series. It is important that your episode numbers match however they appear on TheTVDB or AniDB, respectively, depending on which structure you are using. TheTVDB TheTVDB typically organises each related anime into its own season under a top-level series group. For example, the Monogatari franchise, Bakemonogatari and its sequels (Nisemonogatari, Bakemonogatari: Second Season, and Owarimonogatari) are each represented as seasons 1 to 4 of "Bakemonogatari": Use this format if you want to group related series together as "seasons". Monogatari/ Season 1/ Bakemonogatari s01e01.mkv Bakemonogatari s01e02.mkv Season 2/ Nisemonogatari s02e01.mkv Nisemonogatari s02e02.mkv Season 3/ Bakemonogatari Second Season s03e01.mkv Bakemonogatari Second Season s03e02.mkv Season 4/ Owarimonogatari s04e01.mkv Owarimonogatari s04e02.mkv AniDB AniDB represents each sequel as its own anime series, with no seasons. To organize your media by AniDB format, use absolute episodes without season folders. Use this format if you want each anime to appear as its own series. Bakemonogatari/ Bakemonogatari ep01.mkv Bakemonogatari ep02.mkv Nisemonogatari/ Nisemonogatari ep01.mkv Nisemonogatari ep02.mkv Bakemonogatari Second Season/ Bakemonogatari Second Season ep01.mkv Bakemonogatari Second Season ep02.mkv Owarimonogatari/ Owarimonogatari ep01.mkv Owarimonogatari ep02.mkv
  21. Tallrothen

    Anime plug-in won't install

    Trying to install the Anime plug-in. Says I need to restart Emby server after install. After restart the plug-in is gone though, as if I never installed it. Anyone else had this problem? (works fine with other plug-ins) Regards //Peter
  22. Starkadius

    Anime Genre Icons

    These are long overdue but they are finally here. I have created 89 109 genre/tag icons for anime to share with the community to use in tandem with the anime server plugin created by @@Aphid Design I used a "japanese brush" font and placed sakura petals flowing over the icon to give it an overall Japan feel. I know it might be cliche but when browsing from Movie -> TV -> Anime views I wanted the user to immediately recognize what view they were on. Anime sets itself apart from other media types (Movies, TV) as it has a genre/tag for practically everything. I meticulously attempted to give each genre an accurate representation whether it is an emotion or scenario by selecting the proper images that might fit such as the example above "Angst". Samples and many more... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTMeb9IBN4I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYFgrQcLwZo Download 109 genres included (background, folder and thumb) Genre List (Updated Nov 02 2014) Anime-Genre-Pack-1 Anime-Genre-Pack-2 Anime-Genre-Pack-3 Anime-Genre-Pack-4 Anime-Genre-Pack-5 NEW! (20 Genres Added - Nov 02 2014) Instructions You will find that the server makes both the Movies and TV shows use the same genre icons. In order to get around that you will need to add a prefix for TV and Anime series genres. Detailed instructions found here and here Additional Info There are still more genres/tags that I did not create. It will depend on the demand and/or requests of this set. Asian Drama (Dorama) Genre Icons TV Genre Icons
  23. Hi there, I've started trying to use Emby today, however i'm experiencing issues scraping metadata for Anime episodes. I have installed the Anime plugin (version 1.0.5740.36986) and made sure that the metadata providers prioritise AniDB. However, whilst metadata for the overall series is correctly picked up, no metadata is present for the individual episodes. They are assigned Season and Episode numbers based off their resolution (e.g. Season 1920, Episode 1080) with no titles, descriptions etc. My media is organised in the following fashion; Air\ Air - 01 - Breeze [Doki][BluRay][1280x720][h264][77D45BED].mkv Air - 02 - Town [Doki][BluRay][1280x720][h264][FEECD6B6].mkv Clannad\ Clannad - 01 - On the Hillside Path Where the Cherry Blossoms Flutter [THORA][BluRay][1920x1080][h264][B219AF8B].mkv Clannad - 02 - The First Step [THORA][BluRay][1920x1080][h264][37EFCBA6].mkv Turning on debug logs highlights a problem with the AniDB scraper; 2015-12-12 18:58:27.2078 Error App: Error in AniDB *** Error Report *** Version: 3.0.5781.5 Command line: /usr/lib/emby-server/bin/MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.exe -programdata /var/lib/emby-server -restartpath /usr/lib/emby-server/restart.sh Operating system: Unix 3.13.0.71 Processor count: 4 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True Program data path: /var/lib/emby-server Mono: 4.2.1 (Stable 4.2.1.102/6dd2d0d Thu Nov 12 09:52:44 UTC 2015) Application Path: /usr/lib/emby-server/bin/MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.exe Method 'BaseItem.get_People' not found. System.MissingMethodException at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.AsyncMethodBuilderCore.Start[TStateMachine] (System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TStateMachine& stateMachine) <0x417ec0f0 + 0x000d3> in <filename unknown>:0 at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.AsyncTaskMethodBuilder`1[TResult].Start[TStateMachine] (System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TStateMachine& stateMachine) <0x417ec0c0 + 0x00019> in <filename unknown>:0 at MediaBrowser.Plugins.Anime.Providers.AniDB.AniDbSeasonProvider.GetMetadata (MediaBrowser.Controller.Providers.SeasonInfo info, CancellationToken cancellationToken) <0x417ebd50 + 0x00273> in <filename unknown>:0 at MediaBrowser.Providers.Manager.MetadataService`2+<ExecuteRemoteProviders>c__async6[TItemType,TIdType].MoveNext () <0x41685000 + 0x00490> in <filename unknown>:0 Any suggestions? I'd love to switch over to using Emby as my backend, it seems perfect other than this small issue! Thanks in advance.
  24. i have been attempting to get my EMBY server to find the correct information for anime titles but seem to be having problems. At first i was able to manually select the information but it would not add it in to the files after that i realised that i was adding what was actually the second season but would normally be listed as a different name, this made emby recognise the files and download a picture but then called the correctly names folder season 1 and used the first season picture (The same one as the root folder art) i do not know if i have entere the information wrong or if it is something else but my files are listed as such. EMBY >Anime >Freezing (this one has a correct picture) >Freezing Vibration ( have also tried (season 2) (Season 2 [Freezing Vibration]) both with no effect. >OVA (Uses the same picture) (is listed inside the season 2 folder it will add them to the season list.) What i would like to know is if there is a way for emby to pick up the information and input it and if there is a way for it to recognise OVA normally and not think they are normal season episodes Most of the anime that i have added so far worked normally and found all of the info
  25. Hi. What I'm using emby is for mostly hollywoods movies, some american TV shows, and many Japan Animes, Korean TV shows. The problem is, the TV contents other than USA's are not recognized good enough by current TV episode naming conventions (https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/TV-naming) even though metadata system works very well with correct season/episode numbers. Here's the example: - An.American.Show.S01E04.PROPER.720p.HDTV.x265.AnonymousRelease.mkv -> Season 1, Episode 4 (OK) - [AnonymousRelease] A Japanese Anime - 05 RAW (TX 1280x720 x264 AAC).mp4 -> Season 1280, Episode 720 (Wrong) - A.Korean.Show.E37.160109.HDTV.H264.720p-AnonymousRelease.mp4 -> Season 1601, Episode 09 (Wrong) Honestly it is fun sometimes to fix them manually, but it would be better if it can be done by itself. Is there any method to control naming convention? If not, is there anyone provide the way to change it or add various contents type other than just "TV"? - Current Emby server version in using: 3.0.5849.22633
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