(2015-10-12 22:34)brazen1 Wrote: Many thanks to Wanilton. Yes, the animation works fine using latest Jarvis nightly with Madnox or Confluence or most likely any skin for that matter. My specific problem is Kodi showing 2 posters for the same movie even though the original was deleted and replaced with the new poster.gif.
My system is completely automated for all artwork.
I tried a few things to stop the old poster.jpg from populating the cache even though it no longer resides next to the movie in its folder:
Deleted from movie folder. It never got downloaded back in either.
Deleted via context menu.
Ran texturecache utility with command lines P, R, and c ALL.
Unchecked d/l poster art within tmdb and universal artwork downloader. Also unchecked thumbs.
Removed title from local storage.
Did all of the above restarting Kodi many times in between.
Added title back to local storage.
Scanned title into Kodi.
2 posters again for same movie. There is still only one poster in title folder.
Giving up for now.
P.S. Wanilton showed me his library. He does not have this problem so I know it works 100% correctly. I'm sure if I started from square one all would be fine but that's a last resort not happening anytime soon afaik.
Got it figured out. Yippy.
In case anyone else has as good a luck as me:
Leave poster.jpg and add new poster.gif.
Manually add poster.gif in Kodi info window for artwork.
Context menu delete dupe.
Edit source to nfo only. (I don't use nfo's btw. Syntax is different between scrapers)
Change edit source from nfo only back to scraper you always use.
Open Kodi and let it auto scrape.
No more dupe artwork.