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This was not covered in the media stub wiki. does the media stub feature only feature "one movie per folder"? I'm trying to add my Lord Of The Rings Collection blu-rays like this /movies/Lord of the Rings/ /movies/Lord of the Rings/The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring (2001).bluray.disc /movies/Lord of the Rings/The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers (2002).bluray.disc /movies/Lord of the Rings/The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King (2003).bluray.disc But Emby is displaying Fellowship of the Ring three times in my collection (even though the paths are unique and correct). Do I need to create separate folders for each movie even though they are just stubs?
Hi, I added a media stub to the library, together with a .nfo previously generated by Kodi: Grindhouse.2007.720p.BluRay.x264.disc Grindhouse.2007.720p.BluRay.x264.nfo Emby reads properly some information from the .nfo, but, it does not take the video and audio stream details: <fileinfo> <streamdetails> <video> <codec>avc1</codec> <aspect>2.352941</aspect> <width>1280</width> <height>544</height> <durationinseconds>11473</durationinseconds> <stereomode></stereomode> </video> <audio> <codec>aac</codec> <language>eng</language> <channels>6</channels> </audio> </streamdetails> </fileinfo> Then, the Media Infor section in Emby has only the container type and the patch to the stub. Media Info Container disc Path G:\xxxxxx\Grindhouse (2007)\Grindhouse.2007.720p.BluRay.x264.disc Is it normal? I expected that all the video and audio details in the .nfo would be used and displayed in Emby, like it already happens with stubs in Kodi. This information, although it is really a stub, is quite useful for the user, to be able to know exactly what there is in the library and has complete reports, statistics, movie web page, etc. Thanks.