thanks for your reply,
looking forward to the implementation of that new code
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tag each episode with a title of Family Guy, or American Dad.
Use the Episode attribute to tag each episode with a # and a name. The media plugin will use and show this, and eventually, will collapse these to be expanded when clicked on.
every dvd gets the same title attribute: 'friends season 1'
every dvd gets the episode attribute: 'episode 1-4' or 'episode 5-8' accordingly.
i have to switch the 'type'-field in the webadmin to 'Linuxmce Video File' to be able to select the episode tagg. is this the way to use?
Anyways, point is, that sort of functionality does not currently exist and as such, i keep my libraries in a hierarchy that lends itself to this type of filtering naturally when using 'file' sort mode.
entirely do-able all though i need to examine how thetvdb.com deals with discs. i know they have that as part of the api, just need to look into it.
Sorry for being so confusing. You can in fact do that (though i didnt program the tv tagger to take that into account so some adjustments would need to be made)
It is possible to assign episode tags to the .iso. If you rip each episode from the disc to its own .iso,
Rip and tag Disc 1 of xx discs. It contains 4 episodes of the series. That .iso now is tagged with the data for those 4 shows, making it confusing to find just the one.isn't it posible to assign episode tags to the .iso so u can view the episodes names in the orbiter?
Managing the series is a work in progress (and 90% complete)do u mean ticket 778, i read about it in the svn-pages, last comment is about some bugs being there,