Video database update does not populate plot or summary fields

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  1. wolluf
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    Using database IMDB_MB13x - the process is not populating plot and summary fields (just puts unknown in field) so not much use when viewing in Media Portal (it does seem to populate other fields ok.) This also happens with the IMDB (IMDB with AKA) database. It doesn't happen with the TMDB database - however that one doesn't automatically process files with dates included, and sometimes automatically picks the wrong film when there are several duplicates with different dates. This didn't happen at some point in the past on my machine, but I don't know when it started. Its obviously annoying as picking up info for films becomes a laborious business with these processing anomalies. Version 1.17 of Media portal.

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