How to customize TV shows background & poster?

In movie mode, I can customise the photos like background(fanart.jpg) & poster(poster.jpg), BUT it’s not work in TV shows folder, is there any one knows the filename for the TV shows background & poster?

Here you go! :wink:

I can’t open this website in my zone, could you copy the text (or a file) to reply me ?
THX :sweat_smile:

TV Show Artwork

Overriding series/season artwork is available when episodes are organized into folders by season (Series Name/Season X/episodes.mkv).

E.G. Breaking Bad/Season 1/Breaking Bad S01E01.mkv

Usage details

Episode image
seriesname/season 1/episodefilename.jpg

Season poster
seriesname/season 1-poster.jpg

All Seasons poster

Series poster (available only while using Library)

Series fanart

Series logo

Overriding series/season artwork is not possible when using Google Drive, OneDrive, or Box.

Recommended poster size 1000 x 1500px, (1:1.5 ratio). Recommend landscape image size is 1920 x 1080px or 3840 x 2160px (16:9 ratio).

  • If you name your TV series poster images folder.jpg instead of poster.jpg, they will be displayed as series posters in both Infuse’s Library and (non-Library) Folders Browser views, regardless if their related episode files were imported into Infuses’s metadata database or not.

  • Season posters can similarly be renamed “folder.jpg” and placed inside their relevant Season # subfolders; but these subfolders will not be browsable through the Folders Browser unless the related episode files have been successfully imported into Infuse’s library.

Could you try again? You should have access to it. :wink:

A few site related changes have gone in, and we believe this will resolve issues with the support guides being unavailable in some regions.

Can you try accessing this guide to see if it works now?

could anybody give me a screenshot, I want see how did you name the artwork in TV shows

would you make a screenshot for me ? I want see how to name exactly

What show and which artwork are you trying to replace?

OK, if my one of series folder structure like this:
-TV Shows


I want change the poster and background in this TV series manually

Note you must have the directory sturcture of Series Folder, Season Folder for it to work as per the users guide linked above.

Overriding series/season artwork is available when episodes are organized into folders by season (Series Name/Season X/episodes.mkv).

You need to clean up the series folder name to just the series name without all of the resolution and source info. Having the year will also help keep things correct.

You can have the resolution info and such after the S0xE0x in each file name if you like. “A Lifelong Journey 2022 S01E01 WEB-DL 2160p H265 AAC.mkv”

The following will let you change the series poster, the fanart, and the season poster.


Thank you soooooooooo much :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:
I had no idea it would be this complicated; :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile:
I thought it would be as easy as putting the fanart.jpg & poster.jpg directly into the folder, just like I do in movies. :grimacing: :grimacing: :grimacing:

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By the way, Do I still need to follow this steps even if my TV series has only one season? :sweat_smile:

Yes, the organization requirements for overriding artwork are the same whether the series has 1 season or 10 seasons.

It’s not bad, once you get in the habit of doing it for every one you add it’s a piece of cake. It also helps keep thing organized so it’s easier to find things. :wink:

Yeah, I am full agreement with you, anyway, a big THANKS from China!!! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

It is just becoming clear to me that each season of a series can have its own individual poster, but they can only share one fanart.

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