Currently I’m looking for a good media player on my iphone 5s and I struggled over Infuse 2.
I really like the approach of receiving the metadata directly from themoviedb. This does work quiet well with my movies. But I registered some issues with my TV shows.
My file structure is as follows:
… / House of Cards / Season 1 /
- S01E01 Das Spiel beginn.mkv
- S01E02 Der Gesetzesentwurf.mkv
… / House of Cards / Season 2 /
- S02E01 xxxx.mkv
- S02E02 xxxx.mkv
… / Sherlock Holmes / Season 1 /
- S01E01 xxx.mkv
I searched for the supported naming schemes and found the knowledge base article (http://support.firecore.com/entries/23704917-Metadata-101) which states, that only the following styles are supported:
- Name[.]S#[.]E#.ext (E.G. The Office.S1.E5.mkv)
- Name[.]SE#[.]EP#.ext (E.G. The Office.S1.EP5.mkv)
- Name[.]<Season>#[.]<Episode>#.ext (E.G. The Office.Season1.Episode5.mkv)
- Name[.]#x#.ext (E.G. The Office.1x5.mkv)
I’ve seen that on AppleTVs App further schemes are supported. Why aren’t they supported inside the iPhone App?
It would be really cool, if Infuse 2 would also include the relative path (House of Cards/Season1/…) in addition to the episode’s filename.
And in general, the best thing would be, if Infuse would support the same Naming schemes as XMBC does (http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Video_library/Naming_files/TV_shows). What do you think about?
If this could be implemented, I’d be your next customer and user for sure :-).