(2012-05-09 10:40)DanCooper Wrote:
(2012-05-09 05:57)deh2k7 Wrote: Could we get a minor fix to artwork for TVshows?
For Season Artwork, would like the <season>-fanart.jpg show up as "season1-fanart.jpg" vs "Season 01 -fanart.jpg". Perhaps a new option for seasonX-fanart.jpg to be placed in the show's root, just in case someone is using the above setting for something else.
Newer XBMC skins are using this convention for season fanart.
What is the correct labeling/filename of a:
Skins in XBMC seem to make use of season fanart in two different ways:
One is "fanart.jpg" in the season folder. This seems to be working correctly in Ember today.
Two is "seasonX-fanart.jpg", i.e. "season1-fanart.jpg", in the TV Show root folder. Note that it is a single digit number (like seasonX.tbn vs. seasonXX.tbn season thumbs) unless of course the season is a two-digit number.
Episode fanart - not sure at all on this - I don't download Episode thumbs or Episode-level fanart; I let XBMC get them.
On a side side - has any thought be given to having an auxillary scraper to scrape artwork from fanart.tv for items such as logo.png (TV Logo), character.png (Character Artwork), landscape.jpg (16x9 Thumb/Landscape), clearart.png (TV Artwork) for TV Shows?
For movies, also from fanart.tv, logo.png (Movie Logo) and disc.png (Disc Art) are also available.
(2012-05-09 08:21)Tomkun Wrote: Sorry if this has been asked, but would it be possible to have ember download both a poster.jpg and a banner.jpg for TV shows?
Second, I asked this a while ago, but I think it's worth bringing up again since ember has been revitalised; on IMDB some movies don't have MPAA ratings, but they do have a regular US rating. Why this is, I have no idea. It would be very useful if the US rating could be used as an MPAA rating but *only* when the MPAA rating does not exist.
I hope that makes sense, and thank you for keeping ember up to date.
This would be a nice option to have.
And finally - DanCooper. Thank you (and also Bodrick) for picking this up and keeping Ember alive. I have TRIED to use many other media managers out there, and Ember is by far the best, even with the maintenance having changed hands several times over the past couple of years. Great work!