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Kraszer posted a topic in QNAPCan I batch change default audio and subtitles language for all episodes in series? If for example Spanish subtitles are default, but I want English subtitles on all episode in the series to be default, can I change that? The same goes with audio track. If I can't do that, It would be a really useful feature.
MajesticMaerlyn posted a topic in Feature RequestsHi, Sincere apologies in advance if this has been asked before - I did do a search and went back 5 pages, so again, apologies if I missed this one. Firstly, embedded subtitles only display "LANGUAGE (DVDSUB)" for all embedded subtitles. Secondly, when there is multiple audio sources Emby lists them in the drop down menu, again, with only the primary language. For languages with different dialects (eg Chinese) this becomes an issue, as you can't distinguish which is which without guessing or trying each out. In my example, Fist of Fury, it contains audio tracks for English, Chinese (Mandarin) and Chinese (Cantonese), and subtitles that specifically match the dialect. Emby only displays simply "English, Chinese, Chinese" for the audio tracks, and "English (DVDSUB)" for all three subtitle variants. This means you have to guess which goes with which. Media Player Classic does a good job showing it in an user digestible form. I have included screenshots of how Emby vs Media Player Classic handle the same file, and a text file with media details if that helps at all. And once again, apologies if I have missed an existing thread about this or previous answer. Just keen to make the best platform better Fist of Fury (1972).txt
Jeremy Gollehon posted a topic in KodiI am LOVING Emby and Emby for Kodi. My old combersome sqllite setup is long gone and almost forgotten. Thanks for the great effort. :-) It seems you guys have fixed (at least partially) one of the only things that annoys me about Kodi... there is now way to "Remove and Delete" an episode/movie without having to answer two popups. 1) Do you want to remove from library... YES. 2) Do you want to delete from server... YES. In the Playback settings you've added the cool feature to 'Offer to delete after playback' with the even cooler feature 'Skip delete confirmation'. I think the 'Skip delete confirmation' feature could be broken out as it's own functionality. Many times my wife will watch a show and leave it in Kodi for me to watch. Once I watch it, I click delete (and get the double confirmation). It would be great to have 'Skip delete confirmation' turned on. This way, when I delete a file from anywhere in Kodi I will only be asked 'Do you want to remove from library'. One confirmation... done! Thoughts? Am I crazy to be the only one that hates the double confirmation?