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  1. Hi, It appears that the omdb api key is hard coded? At least it looks like it is in github. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Emby/blob/master/MediaBrowser.Providers/Omdb/OmdbProvider.cs 270 var url = "https://www.omdbapi.com?apikey=fe53f97e"; which matches the api key in my logs: 2018-06-24 12:49:04.726 Info HttpClient: GET https://img.omdbapi.com/?i=tt2873282&apikey=fe53f97e Is there any way we can make it configurable so I can change it to my api key? Thanks, th0th
  2. Version 3.0.5509.223 This Film with this folder name is not identified.. A local .nfo has localtitle tag populated as St. Vincent (2014) Further use of identify function, without manual changes, does not detect. The Following Work as manual ammedments within the identify function... St. Vincent - without the year St Vincent (2014) - without the full stop St. Vincent 2014 - without the year in brackets %Movietitle% (%Year%) ...has always been a good way to get 100% detection...so is this a bug/an opportunity to improve? or am i out of step with naming convention and need to change...? I have OMDB First and TMDB second as metadate fetchers... edit noted server version
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