Add an option to remove / change / precise the result found with TMDB
|Assignee:||Andreas Smas||% Done:|
I have a case with a file I have, named "Livre 2 part1" (book 2), and TMDB find "The Book of Eli".
The issue is that in this folder, I have "Livre 2 part1", "Livre 2 part2", etc. All of this files are renamed "The Book of Eli" with no way to know the original filename without switch off the TMDB feature. That's annoying because I like this feature, and I dont want to disable it permanently.
An option to say the result is wrong, maybe showing more result, or remove the result, per file, will be very very nice!
Also, in this option, if we could change the filename send to the TMDB API to have more precise result, it will be just marvelous in some cases.
The counterpart is that showtime should store results (file key / TMDB key association?) so the user does not have to repeat the action each time he launch showtime.
Various work on metadata lookup
Allow the user to select the 'none' datasource that will just not try to
lookup anything for a given file
Improve logic that use foldername to search for movie metadata. Showtime
will now use the folder name if there is no match when using title to search
and only if there is only one video file longer than 5 minutes in the folder.
Get rid of various crashes related to metadata probing
#3 Updated by Girish Patel over 8 years ago
Andreas Öman wrote:
I believe you can do most of this already from the item menu (square button on PS3 dual shock)
The only thing you mention is the option to turn off lookup completely for an item. But i'm gonna fix that.
The work around I've found is to enter a title like 'ggggggggggg' and this will turn off lookup.