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Automatic library scan identified a movie incorrectly so I'm trying to fetch metadata for it manually. For reference, the movie is "Your Name" (https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/372058).

I went to the movie, clicked Identify,

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and typed 372058 into the TheMovieDb Id field

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clicked Search and there are no results

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I've attached the server log. There's a NullReferenceException error at the bottom.

 

My setup if it helps: Windows Server 2019 Datacenter edition, Emby is installed on a Server 2019 hyperV guest VM. Library is contained by a physical drive on the host and is accessed as a network share via UNC path.

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What is the library content type as the query was done for TV/Series not a movie so that would be the expect results.

https://api.themoviedb.org/3/tv/372058?api_key=x_secret1_


http://host1:12388/emby/Items/RemoteSearch/Series

 

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13 minutes ago, Happy2Play said:

What is the library content type as the query was done for TV/Series not a movie so that would be the expect results.

https://api.themoviedb.org/3/tv/372058?api_key=x_secret1_


http://host1:12388/emby/Items/RemoteSearch/Series

 

It's TV Shows. So I need to have a separate library for anime movies?

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7 minutes ago, kevinmd88 said:

It's TV Shows. So I need to have a separate library for anime movies?

Yes/No, you cannot have movies in TV Content type, just like you cannot have TV in Movie Content type.

You have to use Mixed Content type if you have everything in one library and have to watch your folder structure/naming to ensure TV gets recognized properly.

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1 hour ago, Happy2Play said:

Yes/No, you cannot have movies in TV Content type, just like you cannot have TV in Movie Content type.

You have to use Mixed Content type if you have everything in one library and have to watch your folder structure/naming to ensure TV gets recognized properly.

Thanks for the info. With the Mixed Content type, will it fetch images, etc.?

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Happy2Play
Just now, kevinmd88 said:

Thanks for the info. With the Mixed Content type, will it fetch images, etc.?

Yes it does the same things as a Movie or TV content type library.  Only Home Video/Photos content type does not use online providers.

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