Mad Max Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition

Does anyone know how to make Infuse differentiate between Fury Road (the colour version) and Fury Road (the B&W version). I have both, and they are organised in folders like this:

Mad Max - Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition (2015)
→ Mad Max - Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition (2015) [1080p]-fanart.jpg
→ Mad Max - Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition (2015) [1080p].jpg
→ Mad Max - Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition (2015) [1080p].mkv
→ Mad Max - Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition (2015) [1080p].xml

Mad Max - Fury Road (2015)
→ Mad Max - Fury Road (2015) [1080p]-fanart.jpg
→ Mad Max - Fury Road (2015) [1080p].jpg
→ Mad Max - Fury Road (2015) [1080p].mkv

But Infuse consistently ignores the artwork in one folder and wants to use the same artwork for both movies. It also uses the same title “Mad Max: Fury Road” for both, even though I included an XML file with the title “Mad Max: Fury Road - Black & Chrome Edition”. Can never tell which is which without playing them. I have included the xml file (as a text file), in case I am doing something wrong with it.

Thanks
Paul

mad_max_-fury_road-_black_chrome_edition_2015_1080p.txt|attachment (3.06 KB)

Just a guess on my part but one issue may be some of the characters in the file names. For example the Ampersand.

Here’s a post that James had discussing the characters that shouldn’t be used with a link to allowable file name convictions.

That’s it. Did not like the ampersand. I replaced it with “and”. Now it sees my XML file and shows the modified movie title.

Thanks
Paul

Great! :wink: