I had the same issue with trailers not being shown and put them in a sub folder. I will start doing the same with movies I have 3d versions of next to the normal 2d hd files.
Same for me, some options for this would be nice
I have similar issue with language version.
But I suspect this would be more complicated.
However, if it’s possible it would be great if Infuse could scan audio tracks and display flags or text names for the languages.
I have a variety of English and Polish movies. And only some of them has double tracks inside one file.
Sometimes popular movie has at least 3 audio tracks, English (original), Polish (lector), Polish (dubbing). But sometimes I have them as two separate files, one with original English, and second, a Polish edition.
It’d be great to be able to have multiple versions (different resolutions and audio tracks) of the same movie show as one entry with an option to select which one is played without having to have Plex involved, just Infuse.
This feature was listed as “Pending” and was noted in another thread
Those of us who are “Infuse” purists and have zero interest in running a Plex server shouldn’t have to take a back seat in the features arena. Would be nice to at least get back on the Pending list for Infuse only features.
If you agree, don’t forget to “Like” the first post in this thread.
For reference, NC is referring to this discussion: Add Support for 'Play Version' for those who don't use Plex
This is an issue, indeed. It happens to get two versions of the same movie - one higher quality, but original audio only and one lower quality, but with voices in my language. This mostly happens with my daughter animations, of course, but no the less - it happens :-D.
This is much needed!
I’ve got most of my movies encoded in 2 or more qualities. With over a 1000 movies, seeing doubles or triples creates a hell of a mess This is one of the main reasons I’m still using Plex. It’s much more pressing for non-tech savvy family members because for them it just looks like a bug and they can’t tell what’s going on.
Totally agree, in my case i have a lot of 3D movies and it would be great if i could see some “3D” tag (similar to the new “4K” in order to select the version i wanted to see.
Thumbs up !!!
Definite +1 for me. I have full ISOs in InFuse and lower-quality MP4s in Plex. It would be great to have both versions grouped together in the InFuse library, though I’m not assuming this would be simple to do!
This would be good for multi servers also to avoid having duplicate entries within the library
This would be great, especially since 4K is being more and more popular . Any updates on this @James?
Yes! This would be great!
With the new icloud sync engine, can we imagine a multiple version for non-plex share even if the match is made manually ?
100% +1. Albeit I have numerous server racks and servers, racks handling 4K and 8K lossless content for McIntosh Labs home theatre systems and Synology DS918+ servers for light/away from home streaming and most newer hardware handles H.265, yet there are times when I have various movies with DTS tracks that won’t play even with stereo audio tracks always being default. I’ve had to create subfolders and/or rename the various other versions which isn’t fun especially as I painstakingly metatag everything according to universal standards for proper local caching.
Being able to recognize the differences between files (DTS, H265, 4K, 1080P, etc) and “stacking” the films as though they were in a series, allowing the user to click on the film and see the various versions available for play would be perfect. Storage space isn’t a problem (for most), having the ability to maintain a library with various versions of the same title would be the best addition to Infuse 6.
Also, proper tagging/caching of Extras, deleted scenes, etc would be incredible. I often keep them in a subfolder for each movie yet even though they’re tagged (via Subler or another tagging/remuxing app), Infuse always mistags them and doesn’t read the included local tagged content.