First, Infuse needs the season number to know to look at thetvdb for the info. Second, would you mind renaming the file back to “One Piece S20E01.mkv” (or leaving it as that if you haven’t changed it back) and then force quitting Infuse and restarting it and see if it finds the series when you do an Edit Metadata?
I tried to remove all the files, and put them again.
Now Infuse created me the “Season” folders, with the good episodes inside each, but for all seasons I have the same cover art “Season 12” and there is no episode name or description. See attached pic
Yup, both cover art and descriptions. And yes, France is what I was looking for, we have had some cases of thetvdb being blocked in some countries. I’ve attached pics of what I have for file structure and what I end up with.
Thank you for your help. I managed somehow to fix the issue. For me this is a real bug here.
I activated the List View in settings. After that I went into Favorites > TV Shows. Here on the shows list, I saw that the title of this show was only numbers, like 375849 ( and it was not the TVDB ID ).
So from here I went into the show and hold-press on one season. Here was the Edit Metadatas option, and I was able to choose the same as the one on your screenshot. After that all the seasons reformated good and all is OK.
Don’t know why my infuse got all messed up this time…
Sounds like it just took some time to populate all of the metadata with the correct info after loading the wrong before the number ID was a leftover from a past version of Infuse that got corrected in the last version or two.