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Home Videos Default Folder Image Using the JPG in the Folder


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If this is on the form I could not find it, or on the reddit page.
My request is this.
I have a lot of home moves from many years.  I added a folder as home movies, in that folder I have movies by year and in the year folder I have all the videos from that year.
Can Emby add the feature to default the year folder to the JPG file in the year folder?  This way I an custom make my images how I want, put them into the folder and Emby can use that as the folder image?

-Home video (library)

------2010 (use jpg image in folder as folder image)
----------video 1
----------video 2

------2011 (use jpg image in folder as folder image)
--------video 1
--------video 2

Thank you for taking your time to reply.

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44 minutes ago, Happy2Play said:

Emby already does this, so how is the image named?

The image will be name something like (logo.jpg or fileImage.jpg)

Most are named the exact same name as the video just .jpg and not .mp4

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These are listed for Movies but all the ones not specific to movie should work, but not positive on Home Video library variations.  Folder or Poster I know work anywhere.

 

Image Type Supported file names
Primary {name}.ext
  {name}-poster.ext
  {name}-cover.ext
  {name}-default.ext
  {name}-movie.ext
  folder.ext
  poster.ext
  cover.ext
  default.ext
  movie.ext
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1 hour ago, Happy2Play said:

These are listed for Movies but all the ones not specific to movie should work, but not positive on Home Video library variations.  Folder or Poster I know work anywhere.

 

Image Type Supported file names
Primary {name}.ext
  {name}-poster.ext
  {name}-cover.ext
  {name}-default.ext
  {name}-movie.ext
  folder.ext
  poster.ext
  cover.ext
  default.ext
  movie.ext

Cover Worked, thank you very much.

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