How to use Kodi Interface Module properly?
#1
So, I am trying to fix KODI not refreshing art properly without going to the internet.
I have the art in the folder, but KODI refuses to display it.
I thought maybe the Kodi Interface module in Ember may help, but I'm running in to issues there.
When I try to Sync using Kodi Interface with Ember:
https://imgur.com/a/nsIpa8M
I get an error:
2018-06-13 18:11:25.5101,generic.Interface.Kodi.Kodi.APIKodi,generic.Interface.Kodi.Kodi.APIKodi+VB$StateMachine_33_UpdateInfo_Movie.MoveNext,21,ERROR,"[APIKodi] [Local] UpdateInfo_Movie: ""City of God"" | NOT found on host! Abort!"

I suspect that it has something to do with the 'VideoLibrary_ScanPaths' as they look all messed up:
2018-06-13 18:11:24.4352,generic.Interface.Kodi.Kodi.APIKodi,generic.Interface.Kodi.Kodi.APIKodi+VB$StateMachine_42_VideoLibrary_ScanPath.MoveNext,47,TRACE,"[APIKodi] [Local] VideoLibrary_ScanPaths: ""nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/Ynfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/:nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies//nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/Cnfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/infs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/tnfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/ynfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/ nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/onfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/fnfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/ nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/Gnfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/onfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/dnfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/ nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/(nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/2nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/0nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/0nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/2nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/)nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies//nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/"" | Start scanning process...",

I do not underdstand where all that extra garbage is coming from in the scan paths. I thought I set up the paths in the Kodi Interface Modules settings correctly:
https://imgur.com/a/nsIpa8M

If it helps to understand, Here are my mapings:
Ember (windows):
Movies: Y:\
TV Shows Z:\
Kodi:
Movies: nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/movies/
TV Shows: nfs://192.168.2.5/data/videos/tv/
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#2
Looks like you've added the sources as "Y:" instead of "Y:\" in Ember. Please check that under Settings - Movies - Files and Sources. You can't change that in the source settings, so you've to remove and re-add the sources or manipulate the "MyVideosXY.emm" with an SQLite editor like "SQLite Browser" on your own risk.
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(2018-06-14, 00:41)DanCooper Wrote: Looks like you've added the sources as "Y:" instead of "Y:\" in Ember. Please check that under Settings - Movies - Files and Sources. You can't change that in the source settings, so you've to remove and re-add the sources or manipulate the "MyVideosXY.emm" with an SQLite editor like "SQLite Browser" on your own risk.
Well, damn. That is correct. It is Y: instead of Y:\!
But, I looked in the .emm file and it did have the \ after 'Y:'
https://imgur.com/a/nsIpa8M
Also, I just re-added the source and it removed the \ in the path...

So, perhaps there is an incompatibility to having the root of the share mapped to a drive letter in windows?
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#4
You have to check the path in the table moviesource.
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#5
You don't have to change the paths in the "movie" table, they are correct. You've to change only the "strPath" in the tables "moviesource" and "tvshowsource" if it no ends with a "\".

It works with mapped network drives in Windows, I use it in the same way.
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