Here you go. I have not tested on win64.
******USE AT YOUR OWN RISK AND BACKUP YOUR XMLTV FILE*****
linux64 package: https://github.com/d...h-linux-x64.rar
win64 package: https://github.com/d...ish-win-x64.rar
Please read the instructions below. If you have any question I will do my best to answer them.
xmltvenhancer is an application used to enhance your XMLTV based EPG by adding artwork and other metadata. The application is available as both a linux and windows package (not tested). It is designed to run as a scheduled task via task scheduler or cron. As of version 1, XMLTV enhancer will only add artwork, however over time will introduce additional metadata to enhance your EPG viewing experience.
It requires a local xmltv file or a xmltv raw url link to process. It will process the xmltv file and add a directory for each distinct programme under the directory artwork. It will then add an additional icon src element for each programme in addition to a jpg stub file which can be replaced manually by you or via the TVDB service. All your artwork is stored locally.
Once xmltvenhancer processes your file it will create a file named (yourepgfile)-enhanced.xml which you then use as your xmltv.xml source within Emby.
Simple, create an xmltvenhancer directory and unzip the contents of the package into this directory. For linux installs ensure your have chmod accordingly
If you are using your own xml file place it in the xmltv directory. The application will automatically assume your xmltv file sits in this directory. It will not look in the root directory of the application. There is no need to specify this directory on the command line.
If you are using a URL, you must specify a local file name which the application will later append the -enhanced suffix to. Also not .gz files are not supported, only urls which server a raw xml feed.
To use the TVDB service you must register for a tvdb api key. You must place this api key in the xmltvenhanced.ini file. Once you have met these prerequisites, you enable tvdb poster lookup by adding the -enabletvdb switch
It is recommended you run -enabletvdb once as it will take time to scrape from the tvdb website, and then generally run xmltvenhancer without the -enabletvdb switch, to simply update the EPG metadata for emby consumption
In the event that artwork cannot be found or is incorrect, you can manually add your own artwork by replacing the jpg in the corresponding artwork directory. Artwork that is added by either tvdb or you will not be replaced by the application
Currently the tvdb algorithm will only match currently running series, this is to reduce false positives.
xmlenhancer xmltv.xml (processes a local xmltv.xml file located in the xmltv directory)
xmlenhancer http://url/file.xml au-epg.xml (download the xmltv data from a url and saves it to au-epg.xml)
xmlenhancer http://url/file.xml au-epg.xml -enabletvdb (as above with the addition of enabling artwork processing via TVDB)
Edited by diegov, 05 June 2018 - 08:53 PM.