Hi @james ,
at the moment you can rate single “items” like a single movie or a single episode of a show.
For movies it makes sense to rate single movies.
However I think it makes more sense to rate a complete show which then will be shown somewhere.
I agree it’d be nice to be able to rate an overall TV show but I don’t know if TMDB has that in their data.
I wonder if Infuse could have it’s own “Thumbs Up” (or down) that could be added to the individual show info…
A range of ratings like 1 to 5 stars or a numerical value between 1 and 10 may be too bloated but a binary, thumbs up or down (or not rated) may be possible.
I may be missing something here but what’s the tmdb significance?
I would have thought it’s more a Trakt thing to set personal ratings?
I do know that Plex (which now allows rating our media library) accommodates the rating of episode, season and the overall show and they all show up in Trakt.
I believe (but may be WAY wrong) that Infuse gathers the user rating from TMDB with the other metadata. I don’t use trakt or Plex at all and I still see some ethereal rating for TV episodes and movies so I assumed that it was gathered from TMDB.
Right I assumed probably wrongly that the OP was referring to personal ratings.
Right, but I would guess the dev would still have to have a template of data like the other ratings we can change to our own.
Personally, I’d prefer a thumbs up, down, or two palms up (for who knows/unrated) vs a numerical value for entire TV shows.
Full disclosure, I don’t even see the ratings now for either TV or movies. I’ve got so used to ignoring them since they mean absolutely nothing with the random sources of bogus scoring.
TMDB audience ratings or the rate button?
They’re both there but
so i don’t even notice them anymore.
On TMDB (also on IMDB) there are also ratings for the whole show.
The thing is, what can we do with this information? Is there a filter or something like “Only 10/10 movies/shows”?