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schmitty

Hi ebr,

 

Is there any chance of adding a Blu-Ray 3D treatment to CoverArt, and adding 'Blu-Ray 3D' as a recognised tag for 'Treat image as...'?

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schmitty

I do know this. I find the 3D overlays too big, and cut off some of the MediaInfo icons. I think a treatment would be better.

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If you try to create a 3D specific treatment then you just doubled the number of treatments that need to be created and maintained.

 

You can create your own 3D overlay if you wish.  Just name it 3D.png.

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 I'm not wanting to use an overlay indicator so I've created a 3D.png case as below (Based off your default Case, Thanks), where do I copy it to so it can be used? Or is this not possible?

 

5896b2df47d41_3D.png

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schmitty

That's what I wanted, rather than use overlays, as they are too big

 

 

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Happy2Play

It currently isn't possible since 3D media has the same treatment as ordinary movies.  It only has indicators not treatment.

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schmitty

That's the problem. It shouldn't be treated the same as a regular title

 

 

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Happy2Play

There is no such thing as metadata for 3D, Uncut, Extended media types as they are all the same as the regular media title.  Yes it would be nice but there is nothing in the current CA plugin that will allow this.

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schmitty

What about Ultra HD then? That should be the same as well.

 

 

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Just a thought (maybe I should start a request thread?) that the plugin could read tags from the filenames, like the Aeon MQ skins do in Kodi.  ;)

 

For example:

bluray or blu-ray or bdrip (without 3d or 3dbd tag) = Bluray Case
bluray or blu-ray or bdrip + 3d or 3dbd = 3D Case
3d or 3dbd = 3D Case
web = Web Case
hdtv = HDTV Case
dvd or .iso (without bluray or any other tag) or .ifo = DVD Case
All others contents = Default Case + codec

A example for the Bluray Casemoviename.bdrip.mkv

A example for the 3D Casemoviename.3d.mkv

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schmitty

Yes. In my case:

 

DVD-

SDTV-

HDTV-720p

HDTV-1080p

WEBDL-720p

WEBDL-1080p

BluRay-720p

BluRay-1080p

BluRay-720p.3D-MVC

BluRay-1080p.3D-MVC

 

 

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schmitty

Reading tags in the file names is a much needed feature

 

 

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schmitty

If you try to create a 3D specific treatment then you just doubled the number of treatments that need to be created and maintained.

 

You can create your own 3D overlay if you wish. Just name it 3D.png.

Where should the overlay be placed?

 

 

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Where should the overlay be placed?

 

Emby-Server/Plug-ins/CoverArt/Custom-Overlays/

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