I working through my homevideos and thought i had the perfect solution.
It seemed to work flawless, but i discovered problems with folders with only one file. Instead of listen the folder, infuse listed the file itself, under the folders containing multiple files. So my folder could be like this.
2017 (Name of the folder containing more than one file)
2016 (Name of the folder containing more than one file)
2013 (Name of the folder containing more than one file)
2012 (Name of the folder containing more than one file)
2015 (Name of the single file in the folder containing only the one file)
2014 (Name of the single file in the folder containing only the one file)
See I’ve had to OPPOSITE ISSUE because if I chose to store a movie in a folder I got no DVD cover art, just a folder icon and it’s strangely a lot harder to pick a movie to identify and watch sometimes without recognizing the DVD cover art? It left me with the debate of trashing the folder (and potential subtitles file) and just placing the movie file by itself? Maybe I’ve got a setting wrong? I know the “P” word doesn’t do that? I just upgraded to a Lifetime of Infuse 5 Pro (from Infuse 4 Pro) and I often have used the “P” word on my Roku’s Ultra but I also (just) bought an ATV 4K that has yet to arrive but FINALLY supports 10bit H265. I was concerned thought it might not handle MKVs (or demuxing to extract potential mp4s) and I know Infuse 5 can do it. Plus I figured FireCore deserved and influx of some R&D money! Competition is good for everybody and even if I do use the “P” word (more often) currently, I’d LOVE to say I was a full Infuse 5 convert b/c once upon a time they did recuse me when My QNAP pulled all support for (basically) all Dolby’s multichannel audio codecs. (AC3 and DTS at the time primarily) and $9.99 later Infuse 4 Pro was a supported QNAP player and I was back in business if I needed QFile!