I bought Infuse Pro v3.2.1 (iPad) because the metadata function should make it easy for my kids to choose movies. I’ve been struggling a lot to make the metadata correct for all their movies, and when I added three more movies to their movies folder on an external WIFI drive today all the metadata got messed up.
It seems like when you are adding more movies to a folder that already has metadata, all metadata in that folder swaps place between different movies. This is a bad bug, because if you have more than 200 movies like we have for our children, theres a few hours of good work to get the metadata in place again.
Please have a look at this as soon as possible, like it is today you can only use Infuse on static folders.
I know how to manually correct the metadata, thats exactly what I need to do every time a new file is added to the movie folder, in other words more than 200 corrections every time. This is of course extremely time consuming and not what you expect of an app like this. Already saved metadata should be sticked to its specific file, and not be modified when new files are added/scanned.
An metadata backup feature would be really nice as well, as this is time consuming to deal with.
Dear James, I am having the same problem as PeeGee, I stream my videos from a Wifi Drive (Lacie Fuel), and every time I add a new video to my collection all the metadata with file names that comes after the new file I added (In alphabetical order) will be tag incorrectly, or like PeeGee described swaps place between different movies, and it happens to all the videos in every subfolders, not only the one I added the new file.The only solution I have is to clear the cache and refetch all metadata as you mention above, but refetching metadata for hundreds of videos takes a long time and doing so every time I added something new just doesn’t make sense.
Please tell me there is a solution to this problem apart from refetching the metadata every time I add something new, or if this is a bug that infuse is having with WIFI drives, at least let me know Infuse is looking into it and it will be fixed in the next update.