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Steverido

Hey Guys,

 

I have recently installed the Emby app to my Amazon TV. Really love this after being an Emby WMC for many years and finally finding an alternative to PC based Emby.

 

One thing I am having a problem with is episode in my tv seasons. They are not showing the episodes correctly. They are showing a combination of letters and numbers. Yet in the season folder they are showing as episodes correctly. Any ideas how I can resolve this please?

 

Added server log and some screen captures.

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Happy2Play

First guess would be the Series is unidentified, then would ask for the contents of one of those nfo files.

 

Have you tried using Identify on the Series?

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Steverido

What are the contents of your nfo files? Have you checked those?

It is showing that strange letters and numbers.

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>

<episodedetails>

  <plot />

  <outline />

  <lockdata>false</lockdata>

  <dateadded>2019-11-26 17:57:34</dateadded>

  <title>0641e69e1af74b8ca0a503cc7d5808e7</title>

  <runtime>49</runtime>

  <art>

    <poster>D:\Film & TV\Series\Riviera\Season 2\Riviera - S02E01 - BluRay 10Bit 1080p DD5 1 H265-d3g-xpost.jpg</poster>

  </art>

  <isuserfavorite>false</isuserfavorite>

  <playcount>1</playcount>

  <watched>false</watched>

  <lastplayed>2019-12-30 13:31:24</lastplayed>

  <resume>

    <position>0</position>

    <total>2946.7521024</total>

  </resume>

  <season>2</season>

  <fileinfo>

    <streamdetails>

      <video>

        <codec>hevc</codec>

        <micodec>hevc</micodec>

        <bitrate>3072433</bitrate>

        <width>1920</width>

        <height>960</height>

        <aspect>2:1</aspect>

        <aspectratio>2:1</aspectratio>

        <framerate>23.97602</framerate>

        <scantype>progressive</scantype>

        <default>True</default>

        <forced>False</forced>

        <duration>49</duration>

        <durationinseconds>2946</durationinseconds>

      </video>

      <audio>

        <codec>ac3</codec>

        <micodec>ac3</micodec>

        <bitrate>448000</bitrate>

        <language>eng</language>

        <scantype>progressive</scantype>

        <channels>6</channels>

        <samplingrate>48000</samplingrate>

        <default>True</default>

        <forced>False</forced>

      </audio>

    </streamdetails>

  </fileinfo>

</episodedetails>

 

How do I rectify this please?

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Steverido

First guess would be the Series is unidentified, then would ask for the contents of one of those nfo files.

 

Have you tried using Identify on the Series?

How do I do this please?

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Steverido

Okay Guys, I have resolved it now with identify. New lesson learned and thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

 

Have a great New Year. :)

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Happy2Play

May I ask what created these nfo files?  

 

As it provided the Title Emby is presenting from the nfo.

<title>0641e69e1af74b8ca0a503cc7d5808e7</title>
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