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#1  April 10, 2019 - 1:35am
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Hi,

I am a spanish speakers, and it seems Infuse doesn't recognizes correctly some accents in our language.

As you can see on the attached image, there are repetitive categories where the difference are strange characters.

Is there any way to massively correct this information?

Thanks in advanced.

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  April 10, 2019 - 2:38pm
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Hi Smile
You have to use XML-Files...
Then you can add own Genres which then appear in Infuse 😉👍

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  April 10, 2019 - 3:28pm
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What type of device are you streaming from?

Are you using embedded metadata by chance?

Infuse 6 for iOS and Apple TV is now available!

  April 12, 2019 - 12:25am
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Hi,

I really don't know if I am using embedded metadata. How can I know it?

I always use TinyMediaManager to get all my metadata automatically either for movies / series.

That program download a bunch of files for my movies, including cover, fanart, etc...

The files I have for example for a movies that is not correct are:
- Movie.mkv
- Movie-poster.jpg
- Movie-fanart.jpg
- Movie.nfo
- fanart.jpg
- poster.jpg

I was going to upload .nfo file but it seems that extension is not allowed in the forum.

  April 12, 2019 - 11:38am
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If you are able to change the nfo extension to txt you should be able to upload it.

Infuse 6 for iOS and Apple TV is now available!