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  1. 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
  2. I've found a couple of series that have been misidentified, and have all the wrong details, season, episodes, etc (i have missing/unaired turned on) I've managed to reidentify a series and the main page now reads correctly, and the single season it has shows up... But i'm left with all the clutter from the misidentified series, including episodes in the first season where the misidentified series simply had more episodes... Plus all the extra seasons, etc.... What's the best way to deal with this? Is there a way of deleting the whole tree of metadata for this misidentified season so that it can then fill with only the new, correct data?
  3. singer36

    how to re-initialize database?

    Hello all ! I am a long term (years...) user of KODI (@Ubuntu). For the last years, I have been looking for streaming my contents out of my home... and succeeded with BubbleUPNP. Very good also, but not secure data flow, no 'friends' management interface, ... I started to read for new solutions... like PLEX and EMBY. And well... I decided to go for Emby (open source is my friend). First thing: It looks great. Very great. But (there is always a but ), I have a few issues: - During scan, some 'folder.jpg' are created multiple times ! why? /var/lib/emby-server/metadata/library/**/************/folder.jpg. i was able to find among those folders 6 times the same jpg! (for the same music album)!! - since i was doing some tests, i wanted to clean the database to restart with real folders. How do i do that? the library folder is never cleaned!? - If I have some elements scanned already, and then i decide to change the metadata management, and choose a new 'metadata folder location, or switch to 'save images and nfo files in media folders'. This does not seem to have any impact. Why? I searched the forum & wiki but did not find answers. Sorry if it has been answered already. thanks and again : very good work
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