For the last couple of versions or so the option to select the embedded metadata when it does an incorrect match is gone from the edit option or at least I can’t find it. It happens in iOS and AppleTV (don’t know about Mac). Is it a bug? Because now it’s imposible to fix an incorrect match when all the given options aren’t valid.
What do you get on the lower half if you enter a few letters in the search box?
It appears that the “none use embedded” is only available on movies, not TV shows.
I’ll have to leave the the reason why to @james .
Weird, never had this problem before.
Thanks anyway. Let’s see what James has to say.
Just to add some testing info, I took a generic test file and used the same name except for one has the S01E01 added to the end of the file name.
Here is what I got when I went to the edit option in Infuse for the one with S01E01 which would be like a TV show with the year.
And here is what I got for the one without the S01E01 which would be like a movie name.
This option isn’t available for TV shows at this time, as Infuse does not currently have the ability to create series/seasons based on local metadata (either embedded or nfo/xml files).
There is a suggestion thread for adding the ability to do this you may consider following.
Thanks James. It’s annoying that once Infuse recognises a file as belonging to a TV series there’s no way to change that behaviour without renaming the file. You are stuck with Infuse presenting it as an episode of a TV show.
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