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How Do You Handle 2 Disk Sets? - blackcows - 2013-09-14

I don't think there is any right or wrong answer to this but just wondering what other people do. What do you do about two disk sets? What I have been doing it naming them Movie (Disk 1) and Movie (Disk 2) and then scrapping twice in EMM, basically treating them as two different movies. What do you do? Is there a better way?


RE: How Do You Handle 2 Disk Sets? - FlashPan - 2013-09-14

Hi,

If you mean a single movie split between 2 or more files then I follow this trend:

Movie (year) CD1.avi
Movie (year) CD2.avi

Ember is clever enough to know that this is a single movie and ignore the CD2 part. Naming and recognising split files CD1, CD2, etc is built into xbmc by default.

Hope this helps.

Cheers


RE: How Do You Handle 2 Disk Sets? - blackcows - 2013-09-15

I rip to DVD folders so it probably looks at each folder as a different movie in my case.


RE: How Do You Handle 2 Disk Sets? - blackcows - 2013-09-28

So I am still a bit confused by this. If I have a three disk set, for example...

Kiss Alive III (Disc 1)
Kiss Alive III (Disc 2)
Kiss Alive III (Disc 3)

Is EMM going to make one NFO for all three discs?


RE: How Do You Handle 2 Disk Sets? - DanCooper - 2013-09-28

(2013-09-28, 14:02)blackcows Wrote: So I am still a bit confused by this. If I have a three disk set, for example...

Kiss Alive III (Disc 1)
Kiss Alive III (Disc 2)
Kiss Alive III (Disc 3)

Is EMM going to make one NFO for all three discs?

Yes.
But XBMC dont support "Disc 1", only "Disc1" (without space between disc and #).


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