Lirad wrote:It is very common for Anime to show "specials" (not like Season 0 specials) that are actually just two episodes glued together, they are aired this way, and not released separately by the subbing groups. It really is just two episodes in one, with no credits at the end of the first episode or intro to the second, they just flow together. For example: [Taka]_Naruto_Shippuuden_119-120_[720p].mp4.
I have seen this happen on many other shows as well, especially if it is a two hour premiere or end of season - for example, Star Trek:TNG had a glued together first episode: [1x01-02] Encounter At Farpoint.avi.
I have just been assigning them manually to the first of the two episodes, unfortunately it leads to what looks like a gap in the episode lists and I don't get any plot summaries for the second half. Not the end of the world, but it would be cool if there was a way to handle it as a "merged" episode or something that would combine the synopsis of each "part" of the episode and show as "3-4 - name of episode 3" or something.
Another oddity is that any of my Anime files named as above will be recognized as (in the 119-120 example) absolute 120 - even though the first absolute shown is 119 - it almost seems like the numbers are being read in reverse order, or that the '-' right after 119 messes it up or something.
birkoff wrote:Currently there are only 2 groups in the navigation pane. movies and series.
I would very much like to have the ability to create more of these groups.
For example i now have my documentaries and series mixed up.
If in the options dialog the implemenation of these groups can be similar to the way mediabrowser has it, this would be great.
so having input fields for a "virtual folder" that can contain multiple locations.
- path 1
- path 2
- path 1
- path 2
this would also apply to verious movie folders.
in addition to this it would be great to have multiple dropbox folders for each virtual folder.
That way files moved to the documentaries dropbox would be pushed to the correct destination path
tikuf wrote:If you point it at your statup folder it will read the vf files it will sort the shows into the vf categories is that what you mean?
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