Show file size and path as metadata

Done :slight_smile:

This is the screenshot of the bottom of the infuse app when the movie file is opened and as per the screenshot it only displays Movie name but my suggestion is that it should also display FILE SIZE of the movie along with its name.

This should be implemented for mac/tvos/iphone .

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Boy if you see my directory structure, you will fall off your chair.

I point infuse to a dozen locations with overlapping subdirectory names and possible duplicates that aren’t actually duplicates.

It would be very helpful if I can see the file path.

Especially when you have something like this and I have no clue if the metadata is recognized correctly.



Obviously the file name on drive is not just a year number. It’s infuse glitching out. Would help if I can see the path and go debug it for Infuse.

I would like the path too, please.
I’ve got three drives plugged into one server and can’t tell where the file is.

EDIT: I just realized I’m replying in a thread that I started 2 years ago…

Not if it’s not local.

Spotlight doesn’t fully index Google Drives file streams for example.

And, sometimes, the file name doesn’t show properly, see screenshots above. I only have a year number for some titles. How do you search with nothing?

I would also like this option. Sometimes very difficult to find a file.

this request has been for quite some time now - is it really that difficult to include in movie info?

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Just as you show filename, codec, and resolution - bitrate and filesize would be helpful stats to see.

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Hello.
I am going to raise a situation that I think may be common and that unfortunately Infuse does not contemplate but that I think is very easy to add:
My video library is spread across many external USB drives. To have the library in Infuse I have been connecting and adding the disks as local folders on the Mac. In Infuse, even if you have the disks disconnected from the Mac, you can browse and consult the entire library through Home option.
But, and here comes the problem, if you look at the details of a movie and want to play it, YOU DON’T KNOW what external drive it is on, you only know the name of the file and that it is on the Mac. I cannot have ALL the drives connected simultaneously.
I think it is necessary that in addition to informing you that the movie is on the Mac, Infuse informs you on which device (disk name) within the Mac it is stored so that before playing it you connect the device to the Mac.
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Thanks++

Hello there

Any update on this FR, by any chance? I’d love to see file size info, next to codec, duration etc.

Hello, just bumping this to see if it would possible to have the file size info.

i personally just add the file size to all my file names now to tide me over :popcorn:

Up this suggestion. Please, will be super handy.

I think it would be nice to have the file size maybe next to the file name at the bottom. Not too prominent but there if you want the info…

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