These all have images and look to match up with TMDB has from what I can tell.
Please post the Trakt link so I can take a look. Does that show have the data on TVDB?
Waiting for link.
Please post the link to the show. We use TVDB for all season and episode info, is it correct over there?
Waiting for TMDB to be updated for each show.
Are TMDB and TVDB updated for every show?
Also, it helps to just paste the links and text in here instead of using an external link. Thanks.
We get the status from TMDB, so it most likely needs to be updated over there. The show will auto refresh about 24 hours after TMDB is updated. Also, if you can just include the links in the support body, that is much easier for us to just click on. Thanks.
Is this request for streaming watch now links for Crave? If so, we have those in countries that have that service.
I agree with you and I'm starting to think how to handle those lists. It seems like we'd need to manually hide them from appearing since they serve no purpose for the website visitor.
TVDB has duplicates that need to be removed first, then I can clean up Trakt.
Planning to add URL filtering first, then eventually UI. I need to find a way to do that without further cluttering the list UI.
New VIP feature! Filter your watchlist and personal lists by streaming services! This works when viewing your own lists and other user’s lists you have access to.
Unless the images are locked on Trakt, it will grab the top voted english images and replace them if different. If manually clicking the refresh images button works, then it seems like it might have not been picked up with the automated process for some reason.
The job runs daily. I wonder if the premiere date wasn't set at the time that job ran so it didn't queue up the show for an image refresh?
Still looking into the image fallback to other languages, not a super easy change with how it is currently setup to pull data.
I don't think the 8h delay would be the reason for not updating. Either it wasn't included in the TMDB "change" method or it for some reason errored out when trying to refresh. We don't have a way to look back that far and see if there was an error, but could have been API timeouts or some other malformed data at that time. Hard to say exactly especially since it refreshed ok manually.
Image updates will start tomorrow and it will look for movies and shows with a premiere date -14 days from today and +21 days from today, then queue those up for an image refresh. Hopefully this helps a lot and swaps out stale artwork for new stuff.
A small clarification, if a show/movie doesn't have artwork then it will pick up the missing poster/fanart once available on TMDB or TVDB, and they indicate the item has changed. That is why a show like "The Virtues" for example has a poster now.
I agree artwork needs some sort of logic to refresh. It works the way it does now to save bandwidth and so that artwork isn't constantly being pulled down from the image sources.
My main idea right now is to run a daily process where we look at movies and TV shows that have recently premiered (i.e. 7 days ago) then queue those up for image refreshes. Any sense what time frame is required until good artwork is available?
Hmm, it should already do that. Please post the link to your history so I can see the ordering on there.
Needs a backend update to allow locking the show status when TMDB/TVDB mismatch like this.
We don't currently have a way to lock the status for mismatched shows like this. We'll need to do an update to allow this.
IMDB doesn’t have a public api, so no we don’t already use it.
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So, this would be like sharing an image of that grid? Facebook sharing in general is super limited now since they changed what we can do, so I'm not sure its possible to do this effectively.
Are all of these games removed from TMDB as well?
I'll have an update out this week to use TMDB air dates if they are blank on TVDB. I don't envision moving to TMDB completely, but rather use it to fill in missing (i.e. air date) or better (i.e. hi res screenshots) episode data.
Scrobbles have a check to make sure the same data isn't inserted multiple times. I'll need to look into this for the manual watched history sync. It is not quite that simple since adding more lookups for every play will add a lot of performance overhead. This is likely a Trakt API v3 type of thing.
For now, you can run this in the browser console.
Looking into this, but Netflix provides very little data and the matching wouldn’t be the accurate.
I looked at the CSV file, but the data is very limited and it would be tough to accurately match episodes.
For example, Netflix gives this:
Lost in Space: Season 1: "Danger, Will Robinson"
So if we didn't have an exact title match, we wouldn't know which episode was watched. Using the names to match is not super accurate. I think a CSV import would be possible if Netflix provided IDs and actual episode numbers.
FYI: on the full screen mobile app, you can swipe the header bar left/right to go back/forward.
Regarding the mobile website, swiping on the header bar will navigate back and forward.
Also, I fixed the 2 shows you mentioned.
We can manually override the network on a season level. I'm not sure how best to apply this to the year in review, so I'll need to think about that part more.