I can understand there are some frustrating cases like this. Infuse uses TMDb’s default results list, which looks at a number of different factors (title, popularity, etc…) to determine the best match.
In most cases this works really well, but I guess the term ‘Real’ is used in quite a few different titles which is why it may not be showing the exact match as the top result.
Yes, I know Infuse uses TMDb’s default results list.
Not only this as a special case. (ex: Run 2020)
There are more movies like this “a single word.”
But can Infuse add one more comparison to improve the accuracy?
Pick the exact name match to be the default.
I’d test the API, add one fetching algorithm that won’t slow down the matching.
The default result always showing the latest one. However, that wasn’t correct.
If the movie is not fetching correctly and I’ve 3 devices using Infuse (iPhone, Apple TV, iMac), I’d to fix this three times, and that was a pain.
I believe I’m not the only user who faces this problem.
Please give it a try. I’d check other posts; many users complain about the fetching accuracy. I believe this will solve the problem.
To be fair this is a problem with TMDb search algorithm and really should be fixed there, not having Infuse do a workaround. Why don’t you file a ticket with them and post the link here for others to add support and examples.
If you have iCloud sync enabled you should only have to fix one device and sync to the others.
To be clear, no matter the TMDB and TVDB have the same issue. (drama or movie)
For development, the TMDB and TVDB provide the database and API to let other clients retrieve the data. They don’t care what or how other clients use the data.
Besides, for data retrieving performance, TMDB and TVDB won’t add this algorithm for more accuracy.
This must be done only from the client’s side. If you have program developing experience, you will know this should be the client’s issue.
The TMDB’s API has no other parameters to match the exact one.
It’s just a simple for loop if-else statement to handle from the result list.
Just add this statement if the result list size is more than one.
Besides, I’m sure that Infuse only gets the first page of the result list.
If the result is on the second page, it will never be fetched.
Infuse iCloud sync only works for the same account. Family sharing won’t sync Manual metadata corrections (corrections for mismatched titles)
Moreover, the MacOS Version isn’t synced with other devices.
In sum, if Infuse adds the if-else statement matching the exact title for default fetching and the problem solved.
It returns some results but none of them is correct.
How to specify search conditions in “Edit”?
TV Show season cover.
I used to put season cover as folder.jpg in each season’s folder, it worked fine before but not in v7 for some TV shows. I noticed that it didn’t use folder.jpg if season folder name is like “Tom and Jerry Season 1940” (Tom and Jerry - TheTVDB.com, it is called Season 1940/1950/1960 instead of Season 1/2/3…), I changed folder name from “Tom and Jerry Season 1940” to “Season 1940” or “Season 1” and it picked up folder.jpg.