I’ve one kid show who is not identify automatically by Infuse.
It’s really not a so famous one, maybe it’s why … (Inspector Gadget (1983 TV series) - Wikipedia)
Where can I look to reference it correctly? or how should I rename the files to have them identified correctly?
Can you provide an exact sample of how you have them named now? Then we can see what we can figure out.
naming is simply " Inspecteur Gadget - xx.mkv" where xx is an incremental number from 01 to 86.
as filebot don’t identify the show I didn’t put the name of the episode
Infuse pulls the TV show info and graphics from thetvdb.com so you can find out the season and episode info there.
There are 2 different versions of the show you are having issues with so first thing is to figure out which one you have. If you go to https://www.thetvdb.com/ you’ll find
Inspector Gadget - TheTVDB.com Which is the original series which aired from 1983 to 2005
https://www.thetvdb.com/series/inspector-gadget-2015 Which is the current running show that started in 2015
You’ll have to change to file name to the infuse standard for TV shows so it will pick up the correct series and data.
If you have the first one you’ll need to name your series folder “Inspector Gadget” and the file names would be “Inspector Gadget S01E01.mkv”
If you have the newer one you’ll need to name your series folder “Inspector Gadget 2015” and the file names would be “Inspector Gadget 2015 S01E01.mkv”
Both of these naming convictions will pull the correct metadata from thetvdb.com
You’ll just have to go through the episode info on the website and add the correct season and episode info.
Edited to add: Don’t add any extra dashes or dots to the names I suggested as that may confuse thetvdb API. I actually tested the names I provided and they work without issues.
Thanks, that’s working perfectly … I added a folder.jpg in the folder and I have 2 seasons perfectly set.
You’re welcome! Glad to help.