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  1. I've encountered what I believe is a bug, probably easy to fix, in the Linux server. While I was tracing folder access errors, later to my embarrassment caused by simple wrong folder permissions, I created multiple libraries for Music Videos. One, the first I created, would have the normal path with a fair number of music videos (/media/Video/Muziek); then 2 additional with the type Music Videos but each of them would have one folder with a test video. Those 2 test folders were not in the Music Folder tree but separate and from the device's root folder (/media/Video/Music/American.../test1 and test2). As a result I had 3 images in the Admin UI with Music Videos. 2 of them with the test folders. I waited until the libraries where created and scanned - and then while I wanted to change some parameters I clicked on one of the two images with the additional test folders, or on the three dots and then Edit - the form opened and that didn't show the correct path the library was created in, but the path of the first 'normal' Music Video library. That was obviously not what I expected. The strange behavior goes one step further - testing it again today- : while the emby server is scanning the new library, clicking the three dots (or the not yet completed preview image) shows the right folder path, but once it's created and the preview image is there, the wrong path is displayed. Just a small thing and I'm sure not very common but i thought I'd let you guys know. No idea if a Windows Server has the same behavior. the pictures below show 1) my libraries created during testing 2) the folder paths of 2 test libraries and 3) the folder path in that library after scanning is complete.
  2. 894/5000 Hello everyone, today I had a nasty problem. I put you in position: I currently have 4 hard disks with multimedia content. Movies, series, etc. I currently have the movies in a library called "movies" that gets the contents of 4 folders called "movies" on each of the hard disks. Well, the problem comes when I move movies from one folder to another, since when scanning the library, it automatically searches the metadata again. Then I find that some movies have been recognized badly (In Spanish, the precision is around 80%) and therefore have another title. In addition, the main image, corresponds to the old film, for which, visually it is not easy to recognize it. In conclusion, there would be no way to move folders between the same library, without having to re-scan? Thank's!!
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