Force the mediainfo on ALL files option
In the current Video app mediainfo is only downloaded after when you select the file or manually by selecting the 'force retrieval of the mediainfo' in the menu. Because of this, the Blu-ray/4K banners are only displayed in the movie wall after you have done this for each file. Especially with large collections this is not a decent solution.
Hence the request to get the option force the mediainfo on ALL files.
It doesn’t matter if that takes some time with a big collection, so did the identification and you only have to do it once.
Pleas Zappti, put this feature back in as it is so much work if you have to do it all manually. Why was it removed?
Zappiti should re-instate automatic population of mediainfo, cannot understand why this feature was removed?? Current version requires manual opening of every single movie file and selection of "force mediainfo" individually via menu. This is a totally impractical and inconvenient procedure . . . .
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I asked for this a long time ago.
Helen Bright commented
@Six66Mike: this is definitely not the case since I use a Zappiti (2 months). I ripped 1400+ movies and named them like this: Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) 4K or The Sixth Sense (1999) Blu-ray.
Mediainfo is only downloaded when you select the movie, and that doesn't even work with the Windows app anymore. So the 4K/blu-ray banner only shows when you have selected a movie :-(.
I really don't understand. This is such a basic feature of a movie wall.
It should populate mediainfo when adding content to the collection, like it used to. If they changed it, they should revert it back to the way it was so this request isn't even required.