I’ll keep that in mind, thanks. My usage overall has changed too. I primarily use ROkU, and other non apple specific platforms / devices for streaming. I bought Infuse during a time, Plex wasn’t working reliably with the Roku when it came to transcoding, and other issues. That has been improved greatly since. What I like about Infuse is for movies it will it will do the Lossless audio on my compatible setup. On my other setup (4k), the Apple TV is a pain to use when it comes to audio, because it doesn’t play 5.1 audio automatically over optical, unless I set EVERYTHING to go as dolby digital 5.1. When Infuse was able to do passthrough, it worked much better on that setup. The reason behind this is: I have two setups 1 is 1080p only, and the other is 4k / HDR10, HLG. The sound bars I use are HDMI 1.4 only, so they can only pass 1080p. So the only device I can use on that setup to get HDMI quality audio is my blu-ray player as it has 2 HDMI ports. The streamers only have one, so they have to send audio through the TV, out optical. Which works because I still get all the standard codecs, except dolby plus, but DTS 5.1, dolby 5,1, PCM Stereo all work fine. So, that’s where I’m at, since Infuse is Apple only, it doesn’t get used like it used to.
So, I may just use Infuse for Movies, and let Plex handle both. The other thing is, I could just keep the spider-man series as a DVD only show, because it’s such a pint to del with when working with media streamers. Thanks for the help though, and Now, I have a better understanding how infuse deals with TV shows at this point.