February 11th, 2012, 06:55 PM
Not able to automaticaly detect 1 episode in a TV series - Churck S3E6
I just noticed that Boxee was not able to Identify
Chuck - S03E06 - Chuck vs the Nacho Sampler.avi
I detected and Identified all the other episodes in this series (with help of a tvshow.nfo file) except this episode.
Anyone, Any Idea why ??
If I manual search it will Id it...
February 12th, 2012, 02:57 AM
please check your NFO files structure before, the episode seems to be identified correctly.
February 12th, 2012, 07:38 AM
Ha Ha. I mentioned this to my wife just yesterday. For reasons I won't get into here I've rebuilt my library a half dozen times in the last two weeks and it never identifies "Chuck vs the Nacho Sampler." I used Ember to create the NFO and it seems correct, but it refuses to identify it until I do a manual identify and point it to the NFO.
Originally Posted by Buhric
I guess Boxee just doesn't like that episode.
February 23rd, 2012, 07:25 PM
Same here.. that's the one episode out of my whole collection it won't recognize. It seemed to do it pre-update if I opted to ignore the NFO (Ember-generated) and do a manual update through Boxee. Since the update it still appears on the Unidentified list no matter what I do (I've tried removing the NFO, deleting it from my source drive, rescan and add it again and using a bare-bones NFO file... no luck!)
I've noticed several occasions since the last update where a file isn't recognized correctly (appears in a "new" identical show folder) and when I try to re-identify it (using NFO, or even manually) it will disappear completely! If I rename the file (and accompanying NFO & TBN) and do a re-scan, it will usually appear correctly. Or, I temporarily move the file out of the source directory, rescan, put it back in and rescan and it will work.
THere seems to be a problem with BOxee and NFO files for TV shows (never had any problems with movies). If I have a new tv episode and try to identify it using NFO (rather than doing the BOxee scan), it can disappear (not appearing anywhere including the Unidentified Files list). The Boxee scan works 95% of the time, though.