(2015-10-04 16:19)meridius Wrote:(2015-10-01 08:20)meridius Wrote:(2015-09-30 18:40)Kwart1001 Wrote: I would also like to know that. I did this instead:
1.Save and place for example this icon in:
"C:\Ember Media Manager BETA\Images\Flags\acodec_pcm.png"
and name it acodec_pcm.png
2.Add 'pcm' as shown in the second picture:
Reboot Ember and it will pickup the audio metadata and also show the icon for the audio codec in the gui for the movie you (re)scaped.
Thanks will try it out this weekend. So does xbmc or kodi use lpcm or pcm for the info. ?
thanks I got it to work but you still have to manually set it to pcm as ember can not pick the right audio, when I do pick it myself it now displays the artwork for pcm in ember. is there a way to make ember pick the pcm when you scrape it ?.
The other problem I found was if you have 2 audio tracks and say the default first track is pcm audio and the 2nd audio track is the AC3 track, even kodi still picks the 2nd track for the info to be displayed which is wrong instead of the first audio track so you have to edit the nfo file to remove the ac3 track from the nfo file and save it to get it to see its pcm in xbmc/kodi
I don't think there is one skin out there that gets all the audio tracks and displays the info in kodi anyway so having just one audio track in the nfo prob does not matter so much.
would be good if this can be added to ember in the future for pcm tracks
First: That makes no sense:
You have adjusted to "pcm" is converted to "pcm" (same for "vc-1" in video codec)...
Let me explain how the mapping works (for this test i have removed all codec mappings):
Ember shows "V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC" after scraping or metadata scanning
But if you want that is saved as "h264" (same like in Kodi), you have to add a new mapping in settings
After a metadata update, Ember now save the codec as "h264"
To support "pcm" as default, i need to know what Ember saves without a manually added mapping, also i need to know what Kodi saves as codec name in DB after first playing the media file.
Your other issue with "Kodi displayed wrong audio stream flag":
First: Kodi does not use the stream information obtained from the NFOs! Kodi does always scan the file with FFMPEG and save his own stream results.
Second: Kodi shows the stream informations of that stream, that have the same language you've set as Interface language. If more that one stream has your language, Kodi try to get the stream with "best quality" and shows that flags.