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  1. Morning, I have a library setup as "home video", such that it doesn't try to do any magic with the files (i.e. TV show organisation). If I have a folder with a single video file in it, it ignores the folder and just shows the file in the main list. Example (expected view): Folder 1 > 10 videos Folder 2 > 5 videos Folder 3 > 1 video (called test.mp4) Folder 4 > 5 videos Will display as: Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 4 test.mp4 Is there a setting / reason it ignores folders if they only have one file? Thanks
  2. Hello. I am a new user and this is my first post in the forum. I've read https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/674-media-files-folders-structure/ , nevertheless I'd like to keep my movies directory structure as it always was: /movies/<director>/<year>-<name>-<other info>. Is there any way to pass this structure as an option or hint to the database scraper with variable substitutions like %D %y %n, etc? If this was asked before please reply with a link to the post. Thank you
  3. Hi, I'm in the process of testing out an upgrade to my HTPC, using Emby as the server (which looks awesome, love the webUI!) and Kodi as the front end client (which also looks great) - I previously used MediaPortal. I am happy with the way TV Series' are displayed but I'm struggling to get my Movies and other media (Doco's, StandUp, etc) in a useable viewing format. I have looked over these forums and the interwebs for a few days now and I'm still struggling to get this - either its not possible or I'm doing something wrong... so its time to see if the experts can help Background
  4. Server Version 3.0.5675.1 Browser Firefox 39.0 Zip files make traversing folder structure behave erratically. Recursive albums (folders) does not appear to be supported. For example: Family-> ........Immediate/ ...................Summer Vacations/ ...................................1990/ ...................................1991/ ........Cousin A/ ........Grandma/ In Album mode (top level folder) contents are flatten for display (i.e. contents of all sub-folders are displayed along with contents of top-level folder). Icon for sub-folders display name of parent folder. (This may go away if r
  5. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Movie%20naming
  6. Our KB is located at https://support.emby.media For articles related to media files & folder structure: https://support.emby.media/support/solutions/folders/44000764515
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