I changed the names of each episodes to the example you gave me above.
Will this create issues with the automatically generated subtitles? Normally I do not change the file names because I have been taught that this will make it easier for Infuse to find subtitles for me.
The movies are stored on my NAS Synology. I use an Apple TV connected to a TV. The Apple TV has Infuse installed. It is all on wireless internet.
Okay thank you very, very much!. It looks much better now.
I have one final question before I leave you, if you will, but it is a different topic. Do you want me to start a new thread with the new topic header? Here is the question:
Is there any way to get out of “Use local metadata” once you have accepted? As I was trying to solve the pictures on folders issue I had, I tried many different things. One of them was to test it on a folder what happened if I used local metadata. This was before I started this thread. The folder I tested on was Billions and after I wrote the initial question, the folder started to change a bit. Now it no longer calls itself Billions but calls itself 62852. My Billions set up is exactly like my Superstore set up now with folders for each season and the naming.
Also the order of the seasons are weird. In my NAS Synology they are in season order 01 first, then 02, then 03. But on my TV, season 02 is first. And the episodes are not hidden inside folders with season names but all in the same folder. This was not the case before I clicked accept to metadata.
I have a favorite folder called TV Shows. When I long press on that folder with my Apple TV remove I get the following options:
Use Local Metadata
Inside that folder there is another folder called Billions (Except it is not called Billions anymore. Now it is called 62852) When I long press on that folder with my Apple TV remove I get the following options:
Inside that folder there are all the episodes from the TV show called Billions. On my NAS when I am connected to the PC, they are divided into folders of seasons but on my Apple TV using Infuse they are all together in one large Netflix-looking overview. The first episodes shows are s02e01. After all the episodes from season 02, I get all from season 03. After that, all from season 01. After that, all from season 04. They are all in order except season 01 is mixed up somehow. When I long press on the first episode with my Apple TV remove I get the following options:
Mark as Watched
As I was fiddling with this I suddenly realized we might not be talking about the exact same thing.
I have always used a favorite folder called TV Shows for my TV shows. But today I noticed there was another folder also called TV Shows (Pink icon of an old TV with antenna). When I open that folder (on my TV) I can actually see everything is as it should be. All shows in alphabetical order with pictures on the folders. The subfolders (seasons) also have pictures.
Now the only problem I have is that I cannot get Billions to show up in there. I believed I screwed up when I decided to activate the metadata option. Can you help me?