Xbmc updating movie info

27-Apr-2020 06:42

If some video file is not scraping properly, the first step is to go to the website of the scraper you are using on that source and see if the video is already listed there.

If you can't find an entry on one of those two sites for the video you're interested in, you can hunt for different scrapers which search other websites for metadata (and go through the same process of making sure your show is listed there, then naming the video files to match).

While your movie files are being scanned into the library go to the XBMC network settings and enable the web interface.

If you are using Windows you will probably be prompted to add an exception to the firewall so accept the prompt and the port will be opened automatically.

If you don’t have it installed you can get it for Windows, Linux, OS X, Apple TV, or as a live CD from the link below.

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With XBMC 10.0 you can also combine movie collections into a single entry in your library.

When you "Set Content", you can set your video content as Music Videos, Movies, or TV Shows.

Scroll through the options until you get to the correct one.

In the configuration of the TVDB Addon if neither of the 2 tick boxes for DVD Order or Absolute Ordering are ticked then the order of episodes will be in Aired Order and this is the default listing order for the the TVDB addon.

You can see these options on at the bottom of the page and when trying to match the order with how your files are named, you can confirm it with the page URL eg. tab=seasonall&id=71361&lid=7&order=absolute the other options in this case were DVD and aired.

With XBMC 10.0 you can also combine movie collections into a single entry in your library.

When you "Set Content", you can set your video content as Music Videos, Movies, or TV Shows.

Scroll through the options until you get to the correct one.

In the configuration of the TVDB Addon if neither of the 2 tick boxes for DVD Order or Absolute Ordering are ticked then the order of episodes will be in Aired Order and this is the default listing order for the the TVDB addon.

You can see these options on at the bottom of the page and when trying to match the order with how your files are named, you can confirm it with the page URL eg. tab=seasonall&id=71361&lid=7&order=absolute the other options in this case were DVD and aired.

Can't you Refresh or Reload from within the movie information view?