This question is about folders local to the device (i.e. in the local filesystem, under …/Documents/)
Does anybody know if Infuse can be forced to respect local folders structure on the device in a similar way as it does with folders on network shares?
For example, I’d like to put a some TV shows (multiple seasons each), and a number of movies, on the device itself (which is very easy to do with j/b device).
- I would think that I can just create folders structure with show and movie folders as the top level, seasons folders on the next level, and then episodes on the last level.
- Or a different scenario - arrange shows and movies by categories (Comedy, Action, etc), and make those categories top-level folders.
- Whatever other structure one would fancy, as per your personal taste.
And I would expect the UI to show my top-level folders in the list (with or without a picture, depending on folder.jpg presence), and when I click on any folder - show me the list of folders and/or movies inside, and so on.
However, it looks like no matter what folders structure I create, Infuse completely disregards folders, and shows all episodes and movies in one flat list (in “list view”).
If I switch off “list view”, and if my episodes are named as recommended on http://support.firecore.com/entries/23704917-Metadata-101, then at least my episodes are auto-grouped into seasons (which is a bit better than nothing), but it still won’t let me oganize things into any sort of logical structure.
Is anybody else trying to do something similar, and if so - do you know if there is a light in this tunnel?
Maybe developers are working on adding this as a new feature soon?