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Got the updated ROKU RELEASED version v3.0 build 153. First thing I noticed is that the folder.jpg cover art for my television series is not being resized to fit the expected portrait frame. On previous versions it was and on LG, Samsung, Web app and Android it still is. My cover art is carefully cropped for tv historically at 250x150 landsape and been this way for years in Media Browser and previous versions of Emby. It can be resized by Emby usually, to the DVD portrait without much change as it was carefully cropped in the first instance - so it doesn't look "squished". For Movies, I have always used the previous (Media Browser) size of 180x240 portrait and this is unaffected in new Roku version. I realise the puritans will say don't resize - but that is a user choice. I don't mind it resizing like it always had done! Can we have an option please to "Show images in native size only"? I don't know if this puritan view is coming to the other apps but if this is not changed that means a hell of MORE work to do, and Emby is feeling a lot like this at the moment. Changes on versions with no pre-warning. This is a potential user impacting change - it should have been notified in release notes beforehand. Any user impacting changes should be communicated before release in release notes so customer can see what affects them. btw Good work on the mini TV guide whilst watching TV.
JXL2112 posted a topic in General/WindowsEver since I upgraded to 4.x all my folder.jpg's were moved into the library/metadata structure, they had other functions besides being used for Emby. Is there anyway to reverse this? I'd like them back in the media folders....
Hey guys, I know this has been brought up many times... But think it could be a very cool addition to our plugin catalog. Here is my idea... Have a separate PC running a client (of some sort, maybe MBPosters could be its own client) and have it only display posters. The display could be hung portrait style in a media room, hallway, etc. While no media is being played (on a specific client), the posters would display. When a movie starts, the server sends a command to the MBPoster plugin/client to stop displaying posters. Ideally, the display would possibly go into standby, conserving electricity. The configuration could have a number of options like, which folders to randomly display posters from, or the option to stop displaying on playback. Also, for those who have custom covers like myself, maybe the plugin could create a list of your movies, and basically bounce a title off of MoviePosterDatabase and display the titles movie poster. Not sure how difficult it would be, but maybe the plugin could use a secondary display, that way one wouldn't need a separate PC to run. Not trying to steal anyones thunder, just noticed we didn't have a feature request for this in the new forum. I also wanted to run it by you guys first... Feel free to move it, couldn't find a "Plugin Idea" area in the forum. I think maybe we should create one. Thoughts?