On reflection, if I could only have one — it would be this one.
Since sort by filename doesn’t work for TV (due to reasons), I have to use sort by title — which works well enough for TV shows.
But it makes a mess of my movie library — take for example how all the Indiana Jones movies are sorted under I except for the first, sorted under R.
This happens with nearly every series.
Since sort by filename actually works for movies, I can control which films I want listed together (while still seeing the film’s proper titles).
With filenames, I can control the sort order — listing series films chronologically, for example, without having to have my series films collapsed into collections when browsing my library — which I absolutely despise; especially considering Collections can’t be sorted by filename, either — as they suffer from the same deficiency that breaks TV Show sorting.
Obviously being able to sort other views in different ways would also make it far easier to find what I’m looking for (say, sorting “sci-fi” genre movies by release date) while retaining the sort by filename of the entire movie catalog …
My Infuse life world be immeasurably less frustrating if I could simply leave my movies sorted by filename while my TV shows remain sorted by title.
This Problem is not about QMS only, the Delay happens also if you set 4K50p Output (European PAL Standard) and use Framerate Matching. It’s happen before every Video, even if the Movie has also 50p and a Framerate-Switch is not needed…
deinterlacing support for field-interlaced 50i. None of the deinterlacers provided by Infuse come close to doing this correctly. Not many on the forum post about this, perhaps most people who have need to play such content go straight to Kodi?
This will probably never happen. All my 4k Blu Ray backup folders play as HDR10, would be nice if those that are in Dolby Vision would play as such. Not a big problem since HDR10 looks ok to me but it would be better if they played as encoded.
Yes, I do know MP4 works but I use folders and/or .iso and both default to HDR10. I wonder if it plays MP4 passthrough? Does anyone know the answer? I prefer no compression which is why I do folder or iso. Passthrough would also be no compression.
I’m surprised that more folks don’t use the Downloads feature, and find that the resulting duplication of content (i.e. each downloaded show is listed twice, one for your offline version and one for your server online version) makes the app unusable.
Why is this such an issue for me?
I spend a fair bit of time in situations where I’m either without connectivity or relying on mobile data (expensive), so downloads are rather important.
Presuming you don’t download a hundred videos at a time, you can remove your local downloads folder from the Library, if the duplicate episodes in the UI bother you (because you’ve only got a 50% of selecting the correct thumbnail, yeah?).
^And then access your downloads through the files browser.
Hi @FLskydiver, thank you for your reply, you’ve given me hope, because this would get the job done. I’ve checked through the settings and can’t quite see where to remove the local downloads folder from the library, any chance you could give me a pointer?
(Indeed it is the duplication in the Home view, where all downloaded series/shows results in duplicated entries, and it is hit and miss (yes 50%) chance of me selecting the right version. I’m more than happy to playback stuff via the files browser, and hoping this would still sync progress with my Plex server).
This is an example of the issue the duplication causes: