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I am loving TMM.   It's great!  But I am migrating to Emby.  Is there a magic way to get TMM and EMBY to play nice together?   TMM has a number of movie sets/collections that are not appearing in Emby.   This is one issue I have been trying to resolve.  

Thanks!
(2018-11-12, 17:09)bry Wrote: [ -> ]might help https://emby.media/community/index.php?/...ions-1001/
 So I can get Auto Box Set to read the TMM data or something so they are in sync?
I don't use TMM. I use emby and that add-on that takes the boxset information from themoviedb collections. do you have custom collections that you have created?

example of a collection below

https://www.themoviedb.org/collection/645
(2018-11-12, 17:15)bry Wrote: [ -> ]I don't use TMM. I use emby and that add-on that takes the boxset information from themoviedb collections. do you have custom collections that you have created?

example of a collection below

https://www.themoviedb.org/collection/645
 Yes.  I don't like some of the defined box sets.  For example, I want all the Avenger movies under a set called Avengers.  Not divided into Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, etc....
you can do that with the emby media management stuff. you create a set and add the movies to it. Takes a few checkboxes. then you can assign artwork by posting a themoviedb set ID.
(2018-11-12, 17:24)bry Wrote: [ -> ]you can do that with the emby media management stuff. you create a set and add the movies to it. Takes a few checkboxes. then you can assign artwork by posting a themoviedb set ID.
It would be great if there was some emby support in TMM.   I think TMM does a much better job at organizing your media library.
(2018-11-12, 17:47)jglazer63 Wrote: [ -> ]It would be great if there was some emby support in TMM.   I think TMM does a much better job at organizing your media library.
Second that - although I am using Emby I would much prefer to continue using TMM for organising my library. Unfortunately I have been unable to convince Emby to read the TMM generated movie set info from the nfo files.
the NFO setup is Kodi style - is there anything in the emby docs how the movie set should look like in the NFOs?
iirc emby just tries to parse kodi style NFO files - maybe they need to adopt their importing engine?
Why not use the emby interface to manage metadata?
(2019-04-19, 13:02)bry Wrote: [ -> ]Why not use the emby interface to manage metadata?

... cause tmm does it a lot better than emby, kodi and anything else!