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erik070

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    I'm trying to get The Simpsons Season 20 parsed, but season 20 seems to be a problem.
    Filename is as followed: Simpsons - 20x01.mkv (or .avi).

    Now I'm using all of the default parsing expressions. Does anyone know a expression to pars season 20?
     

    niKoN

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    How can I parse filenames which look like that...

    Dark Angel • [S01][E01] • Das Katzen-Gen
     

    pirivan

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    I am having some real trouble figuring out how to import my double episodes. Currently my directory structure/naming scheme looks like this:

    MADE UP EXAMPLE
    v:\30 Rock\Season 1 - Complete\1.01 Pilot.mkv

    So to parse this episode I use the simple expression:

    <Series>\Season <season> - Complete\<season>.<episode> <title>.<ext>

    So far this has worked without any issues and any double episodes I have simply used a program to split. Now, I have encountered an mkv that I can't split properly due to time codes (it won't let me split it RIGHT at the break between the episodes because of time codes, which annoys me). So, I would rather try to figure out some way to enter in double episodes. I was thinking of naming them like this:

    MADE UP EXAMPLE
    v:\30 Rock\Season 1 - Complete\1.01-1.02 Pilot--Pilot2.mkv

    I decided to use the -- to separate the episode names as I was sure that none of my files had a -- as part of their title. So a simple expression for that format would look like:

    <Series>\Season <season> - Complete\<season>.<episode>-<season>.<episode> <title>--<title>.<ext>

    However, I know that this won't work as I need 2 separate variables for <season> and <title>. I attempted a simple expression that was:

    <Series>\Season <season> - Incomplete\<season>.<episode>--<season>.<episode2> <title>--<title2>.<ext>

    I attempted to test this expression with an episode titled:

    1.01--1.02 Prophecy--Destiny.mkv

    Unfortunately it didn't import the episode. It looks like this would require a regexp expression to work properly but I haven't the foggiest as to how to put one together for my naming scheme. Could someone please assist me. I am happy to provide any other information or clarification! Thanks!
     

    Cartographer

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    I'm having some trouble getting my TV shows to be properly imported with TVseries

    The naming convention I've used is:

    [Lost]-s04-e10-2008-05-01-''Something Nice Back Home''.avi
    [Lost]-s04-e11-2008-05-08-''Cabin Fever''.avi
    [Lost]-s04-e12-2008-05-15-''There's No Place Like Home''.avi

    Two parenthesis to take the place of quotation marks.

    Is there a way to import the date information, or at least to ignore it, to import the Series, Season, Episode and Title information? I created this so that the important data could be parsed easily, yet it still isn't working. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
     

    tgxiii

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    Is it possible to use the absolute episode numbering to import info from thetvdb, or is the season always required?

    I have some shows, anime specifically, that are numbered not according to season and episode, but by absolute episode numbering.



    My simple expression is as follows: <series>\<series> - <episode>.<ext>

    Filename: Bleach\Bleach - 150.avi

    The parser is seeing this as Season 1, Episode ID 50.



    Another filename: Fullmetal Alchemist\Fullmetal Alchemist - 01.avi

    The parser does not capture a season, but captures Episode ID 01.
     

    pgjensen

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    i'm doing a regular expression and want it to FAIL if it matches the word "EXTRAS" in a certain part of the regex. i know where it needs to go, just not how to do it w/o progressing further in the regex and ruining it if it doesn't match it.

    i tried (?:EXTRAS){0} but that doesn't work (i guess {0} is invalid?)



    ended up finding another way around it, but i'd still like to know how to do the above.
     

    King-S

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    Hello Guys,

    at first - very nice plugin. But I got problems with the regexpr. I don't know whicht tags to use that they fit to my HardDiskStructure. This is how it looks like:

    Code:
    Y:\Multimedia\Serien\Scrubs\Staffel 1\01 - Mein erster Tag.avi
    My import path is: Y:\Multimedia\Serien\

    Please can you help me building a regexpr so I can use the plugin. Ehm.. btw: What about logos and thumbs. Can you tell me sth. about how the plugin grabs these pics?

    Thanks!
     

    pgjensen

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    Hello Guys,

    at first - very nice plugin. But I got problems with the regexpr. I don't know whicht tags to use that they fit to my HardDiskStructure. This is how it looks like:

    Code:
    Y:\Multimedia\Serien\Scrubs\Staffel 1\01 - Mein erster Tag.avi
    My import path is: Y:\Multimedia\Serien\

    Please can you help me building a regexpr so I can use the plugin. Ehm.. btw: What about logos and thumbs. Can you tell me sth. about how the plugin grabs these pics?

    Thanks!


    ^(?<series>[^\\$]+?)\\(?i:s(?i:eason|taffel))?\s?(?<season>\d\d?).*\\(?<episode>\d\d?)\s?\-\s?(?<title>.*)\.(?<ext>\w{3,4})$



    merry christmas and a happy new year :D
     

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