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  1. When reading through some of the past questions I stumbled across http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/1150-missingfuture-episodes-how-to-handle-them/. Unless something has changed in the last 18 months, I am interpreting that to mean that the all TV Episodes are available via the API, whether they are actual media files or not. I did find the IsMissing property of ItemQuery of the API Client, but when I attempted to use it, I had some very inconsistent results. When querying for "Seasons", the behavior was exactly as expected. There are 16 series in my collection that are mi
  2. I started experimenting with the API to see if it is more reliable than relying on the XML files, using the API Client on Github (https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Emby.ApiClient) One of the items I need most is the external metadata provider id's and I'm wondering how to get them. I've start with the example posted on the Github page to get all of the items in a user's library var items = await client.GetItemsAsync(new ItemQuery { UserId = client.UserId, Recursive = true }); If I look at the definition of BaseItemsDto, there is a property called ProviderIds. That looks like it
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