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  1. dannymichel

    Emby Clean CSS Cleanup

    [09-22-2022] update https://pastebin.com/dR1wDdUy icons.zip
  2. Latest Release: MUMC v3 Multi-User Media Cleaner MUMC (pronounced Mew-Mick) will go through movies, tv episodes, audio tracks, and audiobooks in your libraries and delete media items you no longer want taking up disk space. Getting Started: Cool! How Do I Use This? New MUMC Features - Introducing Filter Statements; A simple way to configure the script to find and delete the media items taking up your disk space: Delete movies played at least 60 days ago with a play count == 1. Delete movies created at least 365 days ago with a play count <= 1. Delete episodes played at least 30 days ago with a play count not > 1. Delete episodes created at least 180 days ago with a play count < 2. There are many possibilities! - Keep a minimum number of played episodes to remain in all tv series' - Fix configuration editor to allow editing multiple existing users during a single run - All max_age configuration variables have been removed The same behavior can be achieved with Filter Statements, using created statements - Decided if media items are deleted when ANY or ALL users meet the play count - Media item play count shown for each user - Update console output to show version number and timestamp - Usernames added to user_bl_libs and user_wl_libs config variables - Updates to debug logging History & Origin
  3. fonzie

    Auto Remove Deleted Files

    I've been using Emby for Kodi for a long time and just love how it keeps all my devices synced. One problem I've been having for a bit now that I haven't been able to resolve is with removed library files. Here's what I mean: Previously, my Kodi devices running the emby addon would immediately detect when new media was added and update my library accordingly. At the same time, if I deleted a movie, it would also delete it from my library database within Kodi (excellent!). I would rarely, if ever, have to run the Clean Library command within the Kodi settings. New behavior, adding new movies still automatically adds them to my library in Kodi. However, if those items are deleted it is not noted by Kodi and the item remains in the library. I have to manually remove it by selecting the context menu over the movie, selecting manage, and then delete this item. If I use the Clean Library function within the Kodi settings, the entire database is wiped and I have to force refresh everything. I will post a log file if needed, but I wanted to get some suggestions before doing so because clearing/force refreshing my library will take about 20 minutes so I can produce the logfile and I'd like to avoid going through that if possible. *note: this behavior is occuring on both of my Kodi devices running the Emby for Kodi 3.0.20a thanks
  4. fc7

    Music library reset

    Is it possible to "reset" ONLY the music library to restart with a clean fresh one? I'm having different and strange problems with my music library and I would like to do a complete refresh of it, starting with a cleant and empty one. Would removing the music library, and adding it again achieve this? I'm open to do some sqlite "surgery" with the proper guidance. I'm running Emby server 3.0.5724.6 on CentOS 7. Thanks
  5. Hi, I was wondering whether this was a common problem and whether there is an elegant solution. I use Kodi with the Argus TV and Mediabrowser running on my server. I have Mediabrowser watching my Argus Recording folder so all new recordings automatically get added. My problem stems from the fact that I can watch recordings from two different sources - the Argus Recordings folder or from the Mediabrowser plugin. I tend to watch most programs and then immediately delete them - if I do this from the Argus TV plugin it deletes the video file but leaves behind a folder full of .jpgs etc. This is fine if I record more programs from that series but with one-off programs, I am finding more and more empty folders that need to be deleted. Is there some sort of solution (other than only watching TV via the Mediabrowser plugin) to remedy this? E.g. Is there some sort of cleanup app that looks for folders that no longer contain the video file and can be automatically deleted?
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