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  1. First of all, Love your work! Well I've seen how emby merges two different versions i.e by finding differences in the Filename. Like if file 1 is "Abc movie - 720p" and file 2 is "Abc movie - 1080p60". In such case it will merge both versions and give option to select either "720p" or "1080p60". What I propose is that in case file names are completely same, use resolution and birate from file metadata to give clear option to the user. I think I'm probably not making sense? Please check out the attached screenshot, it might be helpful. In that screenshot I have renamed the file to have resolution and bitrate but that's not that easy to do manually. but as emby has all the file metadata, it can use that and instead of splitting versions by Name, it should be done by the the resolution and bitrate got from the file metadata. ... and this is the file metadata I'm talking about: I think I made my point clear (._.') Thank you, Have a nice day!
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