Before having a ATV4K I had a HTPC with Kodi and god was it so much simpler.
You can choose your metadata sources for every folder, you can choose to keep the original title of the film, movie or anime (not just the file name, but the original movie or TV show title), you can choose your artwork and your jacket between all those available on your metadata source in addition to choose one of your own and you’re not stuck with the one designed for your country (in France the artwork are often not as nice as those used for the US for exemple) and keep the resume in your language anyway. Because, yes I know I can choose the metadata language, but I’m French so if I can have it in French while having the beautiful US poster well I’m happy with it.
You can edit how the sorting is done on the title so if you have sagas and you want them to be in the right order even if the alphabetical order doesn’t match you can override it.
I thought that a paid app would be better or at least have the same feature that Kodi have since it’s free and open source. But I guess that I have no choice for the moment since Kodi isn’t officially installable on a ATV4K anyway.
I love the interface and the MacOS app with my data synced I admit, but for the rest it makes things more complicated than before.
I found that on Kodi I could resolve any “issue” I had on my library by manually override the scraping system when it failed to give me the result I expected (and it was pretty rare) but with Infuse I have no choice I just have to deal with the scraping system and I can’t modify anything. It’s a bit frustrating.
Sorry for the long post. I use Infuse since 2 years now I think, but I must admit I used Kodi since XBMC on my old Xbox so maybe I’m biased or just too used to it I don’t know.
Maybe I don’t know how to obtain the same results on Infuse and in that case don’t hesitate to explain.
If a dev passes by, don’t hesitate to tell us if any of those feature will come on Infuse