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  1. To whom it may concern, I'm running Emby Server version 3.2.36.0 on Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard. The problem that I'm having, while minor, is still annoying. First a little background on my Folder arrangement — which is necessary to illustrate the problem. On my sever I have a folder called Media, under which I have several sub-folders — each of which is a network share — named Books, Films, Images, Music, Shows and Video, respectively. Under both the Films and the Shows sub-folders I have 27 additional sub-folders — each of which has a one-character name, starting with 'A' and continuing on through 'Z', with the 27th having a name of '#'. For films, for example, all of the titles that start with a number (e.g.—2 Days in the Valley (1996); 7th Voyage of Sinbad, The (1958); 9 (2009); 12 Angry Men (1957)) has a correspondingly named sub-folder under Media\Films\#, which contains its video file, and all of its other related metadata files. I do this for all of my movies: Titles starting with "A", are located in sub-folder A under Media\Films, titles starting with "B", are located in B, and so on, for the rest of the alphabet. No problem. Emby Server recognizes this structure, and handles the metadata for each movie in its self-titled sub-folder with absolutely no trouble. When it comes to TV Shows, on the other hand, Emby Server is not so accommodating! As mentioned earlier, my Shows sub-folder has the same arrangement as my Films sub-folder (i.e.—sub-folders named "A" through "Z", plus "#") — however, Emby Server treats each of the "A" through "Z", and the "#", sub-folders as though it were the primary repository for a TV Show! Even though there are other sub-folders within each of the "A" through "Z" sub-folders for actual TV Shows, Emby Server still place images and .nfo files directly into the "A" through "Z" sub-folders! Plus, when I go into the Emby Metadata Manager, the "A" through "Z" sub-folders are themselves identified as TV Shows! For example, sub-folder "L" is designated as the resting place for The L-Word, sub-folder "Z" for Dragon Ball Z, and so on. Deleting the files and changing the designations in the Metadata Manager does no good, as Emby Server simply changes them back and re-adds the files! I have to "lock" each of these sub-folders to prevent Emby Server from re-applying the designations — of course, this has the undesired side-effect of disabling metadata updates in all of the sub-folders that reside therein (with each sub-folder containing an actual TV Show)! Also, this problem has appeared in all of the versions of the Emby Server that I have used (I started, years ago, with, what I think was, version 1.something). I find it odd that no one else appears to be having the same problem. I doubt that I'm the only one who has this folder arrangement. In any case, thanks for an otherwise nice product.
  2. Hi for all, I has installed the last version 3.0.724.4 in debian 8 (jessie) and it's run ok, but when I try select a folder on Media Library, the server return do the login area. My movies and musics folders are on a 2 HDs NTFs, that are shared with Samba and its can be seen by others computers in my network even by windows pcs, these HDs are being mounted at the start of debian linux. here is my log https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzyZ-EILUcpyTUxtaVB2WjhlRUE/view?usp=sharing
  3. I just became a supporter and installed CoverArt. I'm trying to setup my Media Folders to use the collage treatment, but I'm having some issues. I have uploaded a generic primary image to each media folder, but when collage is selected as the media folder treatment, all I see is the primary image. Also, on the settings page, the preview looks like a broken thumbnail. However, if I use another treatment under the Multiple style, it works. Here are some screenshots with the Stack treatment selected. I'm not sure what the difference is or what I might be missing. Can anyone point me to a setting or something I should check? I wasn't sure if any log files would be helpful, but I can certainly upload any if need be. Thanks!
  4. With the update to Media Browser 3.0.5264.17006 I had a problem where my Roku channel wouldn't open. Now I'm having a problem where the library scan is hanging. I noticed it last night--the media library scan would get stuck at 55% and never move past. I finally turned off the SPI Firewall on my router while tinkering with different settings and the scan completed quickly without any issues. The router firewall was always on when using MediaBrowser and I have never changed any settings in it. Any idea why there would suddenly be a problem with the new MediaBrowser release? I tried to upload two server files but the first was 780kb so the system would not let me upload it. Joe Smart server-63537306383.txt
  5. I'm having an issue generating top-level collage images for new media library entries. I never had an issue before the new method to organize libraries was implemented. Anyway, my oldest libraries: Documentaries, Home Videos, TV Shows, Movies, and Stand-Up Comedy all have library collage images. However, when I was forced to recreate some other libraries, I have noticed that these top-level collage images are not being created. The paths have not changed that I assigned to these libraries, only the names slightly changed (Kid's Movies instead of Children's Movies, for example). Anyway, any idea on what I'm missing on generating these primary images?
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