Media flags shown by the OSMC Skin are mostly relying on the media info provided by the media scraper (the behaviour @nabsltd has outlined is very accurate). There are four media flags which rely on naming:
- Atmos in this form: Atmos
- DTS:X in these forms: DTS-X, DTSX
- AURO-3D in these forms: AURO-3D, AURO3D
- 3D video in these forms: H-SBS, HSBS, H-TAB, HTAB, H-HOU, H-OU, SBS, TAB, OU, 3D (the first nine provide additional detail in the media flags for the type of 3D content - half resolution and full resolution side-by-side, top-and-bottom/over-under, 3D is useful for MVC files)
These four have to be included in the file name (they’re not case sensitive) and they all have to be surrounded by any combination of these characters:
_ Space is not allowed before or after those labels in your filenames and they shoudn’t be at the beginning of your filename.
The three audio tags will only be shown, if the first audio track of the video file is an appropriate base track for the 3D audio format in question (Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Digital Plus for Atmos, DTS-HD MA or DTS-HD HRA for DTS:X, LPCM with 5.1 or 7.1 channels or DTS-HD MA for AURO-3D).
The 3D flag showing up can also rely on information provided by Kodi without the requirement of correct file naming, but this only works after first playback (it’s a limitation of how the information used is provided).
Here’s a full list of media flags that our skin provides (all feeding on information of the scraper, NOT filenames):
AAC, Dolby Digital, AIFF, AIFC, Apple (ALAC), APE, AVC, Audio-CD, DTS, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD HRA, DTS-HD MA, Dolby Digital+, FLAC, MP1, MP2, MP3, OGG, Opus, PCM, Dolby TrueHD, Vorbis, WAV, WAVP, WMA
3IV2, AVC-1, Blu-ray, DivX, DVD, FLV, H.264, HD-DVD, H.265, MPEG-4, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, RV40, SVQ1, SVQ3, Theora, TV, VC-1, VHS, Webm, WMV, XviD
These all rely on the info labels available for skins under Kodi: https://kodi.wiki/view/InfoLabels
Our skin does not support any media flags based on folder or file names (see https://kodi.wiki/view/Media_flags, under 2.3), except the four above.
Media flags shown in video or music windows are only showing the first audio track’s information. Information about additional audio tracks can be found in the info dialog of each video file when pressing ‘Plot’ or if you’ve set the info dialog to show this information right away (see the advanced skin settings section).