Nope. I just tried it and unfortunately it doesn’t.
I am not sure what you’re asking though. I use an Apple TV 4th Gen which is hooked up to the network. My main computer (a Mac Mini with a bunch of external drives) is serving as a media server and there the layout is as said (/Volumes/Entertainment/Series/The Big Bang Theory/Season 1… etc.). They all get thrown on the Other pile.
I just did a quick test here with those filenames and it was working well for me.
A few things to check.
Metadata Fetching is ENABLED in Infuse > Settings (we also recommend keeping Embedded Metadata DISABLED).
Check to see if Local Metadata is set for any folders. Do this by browsing through folders to find these episodes and ensure the words ‘Local Metadata’ do not appear in the top right. See attached for an example of what you don’t want to see.
If Local Metadata is enabled for a folder, long-press on a folder icon and select the ‘Use Online Metadata’ option.
I’m sorry I was too quick. Apparently it put it on the Other pile to revisit later and handle it. After watching another show I revisited the Library View and then it suddenly had some 940 files in TV and 230 in Movies. It did make a bunch of mistakes though… Two Stupid Dogs with names like “201-a Stunt Dogs [Moonsong].avi” it put under a completely different TV show. I can imagine it can’t find that one but at least put it in the Other pile instead of TV Shows.
Infuse will start by lumping everything into the Other category while it scans through your items. As things are matched they will be moved out and placed into their respective areas. Infuse does need to be open and idle in order to complete its scan (at least for now).
With regard to the last title, 3 digit season/episode designations (201-a Stunt Dogs [Moonsong].avi) aren’t supported right now and Infuse will most likely try to match these as movies instead of TV shows. We may look at adding support for these in the future.
In order for Infuse to get accurate metadata the names have to be consistent (or at least close) to what is listed on TheTVDb. In this case, renaming the folder to ‘Dragons’ or ‘Dreamworks Dragons’ should give you the correct match.
Thanks, slowly but surely the while thing is shaping up okay. A few series I have renamed, like Doctor Who to Doctor Who (2005) and now the Others have diminished to some 100 files. One problem though is a tv series called Taboo. TMDB had the correct one https://www.themoviedb.org/tv/65708-taboo?language=en-US, TheTVDB doesn’t even know of its existence. It’s there a way I can force TMDB you be used?
Is it possible to get a sort order on add-date. There is one in a descending order, so the latest add is first. I like to watch movies in order of adding so now I scroll to the end of the list and take that one. It would save to have the oldest on top…
Yesterday the series Halt And Catch Fire started again with a double episode. All downloads are combined, can I name it S04E01/02 or something like that? Idoubt it, but just asking before it gets sorted in Other again.
Attached are two listings from the “same library” (same folders are indexed). One is from my iPad, the other from Apple TV. How come the iOS version has a way different title? I expected the TV version, but instead I get this…
And to the thread hijacker: start your own thread instead of trying to take over mine…
Can you check to ensure the ‘Show Library’ option is enabled in Settings > Library?
The in-progress 5.5.3 update will handle recently added content better, and allow for Infuse to recognize actual file creation dates, instead of using dates based on when Infuse first scanned the file.
Also, the upcoming 5.6 update will include a new design for iOS which should provide a much better browsing experience in list view.