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  1. Hi everyone, first post here so I hope this is in the right area. I just wanted to share a bit of an idea to gauge interest and opinions from the Emby community. Myself and a few friends are all loyal Emby Server users but have always had the problem of having to manually manage metadata for content we like to have available on our media centers, but is not indexed on The TVDB. This is content along the lines of: Sport (WWE, NBA, UFC) Adult films Training and course videos (CBT Nuggets, Linda, Khan Academy) Youtube videos / channels Music Videos Unfortunately with the TVDB's policy on some of the above, we have had to manually produce the metadata and generate our NFO files. To remedy this, I had thrown together a database / API and developed a quick and nasty scraper that would retrieve the data from our DB and generate the NFOs for us. This has been working quite well for us but unfortunately the metadata still had to be added and maintained in the database by the handful of us using it, which has now lead to the idea of making a more public database/site/api that everyone can use and everyone can contribute to. The idea, outside of what we use ourselves currently, is definitely in its infancy but it would essentially be a DB for everything else. So with that said, I thought I would just put this out there and see if there was any interest in the Emby community for an additional indexer/database.
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