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  1. I have Movies or videos where it would be nice to place a label on the poster. If I have a 3D version of the movie, it would be labelled as such. This is not essential as I have created a work around using Adobe photoshop. In case I lost you already here are images of before and after I modified the poster images files... As you can see in the first image, it appears that I have duplicate movies... However some are 3D and some are not. I have to open the movie to discover if they ar 3D or not. Hit and miss. What I did, is use Adobe photoshop to watermark the 3D poster with a 3D logo at the bottom right of the poster. In the second image you can see the 3D movies clearly labelled with the 3D watermark. Now I know which ones are 3D and which ones are not. There are several other instances where I would love to label certain movies with 4K, 1080p, or 480p. Or maybe with the type of sound available, or content... etc... Again if this is not practical. I have been able to create a workaround using Adobe photoshop If anyone wants instructions on how I did this, I was able to easily label to 100+ 3D movie poster in Emby in only a few moments. I spent more type creating the 3D watermark! I would be happy to provide instructions. Thanks for your attention and thanks for Emby, its awesome and worth the money I spent! Stan... After the labeling...
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