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Discussion in 'My TVSeries' started by Inker, April 12, 2007.

  1. King-S
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    It's working fine!
     
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    Hello,
    please help.
    All my TV shows are sorted as follows:

    D:\Media\TV Shows\Arrested Development\Season 1\Arrested Development - Series 01 - Episode 02 - Top Banana
    or
    D:\Media\TV Shows\Arrested Development\Series 01\Arrested Development - Series 01 - Episode 02 - Top Banana
    or
    D:\Media\TV Shows\Arrested Development\Series 01\Arrested Development - Series 01 - Episode 02

    What parsing expression/s or string replacement/s do I need?

    Thanks,
    Steve

    Yes, I know the file names are long but it will take too long to rename them all, now.
     
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    Request for a parse file I bought some episodes from Itunes located in directory structor f:\movies\tvshows\stargate atlantis\season 1\07 Hide and Seek.m4v I need a Parse file for this
     
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    how would i parse "s01e1.avi" and "csi s7e9.avi"? thanks
     
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    I have episodes of 24 in the following format:

    24 seizoen 1 episode 1
    and
    24 seizoen 1 episode 10

    Now I've finally got it detected using string replacements, so it now says "S1E1". But the consqeunce of this is that it reads episodes from 10 to 24 as "S1E010" and "S1E024". parsing expressions can't recognize this.
    What expression do I need to detect these?
     
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    Anyone? It must be something real simple, but I think it needs to be done using regexp, but i don't understand that... :(
     
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    expression problems

    hey there

    i recently reinstalled mediaportal 1.0 with the newest tv series 2.0396

    when i run the parsing test it finds every single episode, but everything is labeled in red...

    when i start importing, it - oh wonder - doesnt do anything.

    my folders look like this

    tv serien\name of series\season#\episode#\video_ts

    everything worked fine till my reinstall. i dont know maybe i typed in a new parsing expression before, fitting to my folders, but i cant remember... must be some kind of alzheimer or somethin... :-/

    so please help,thx
     
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    MyTVSeries cannot import series DVDs (multiple episodes on one disk). You have to manually assign them. I did it like assigning VTS_01_0.IFO to the first episode on the disk, then next disk first episode, and so on. So now my episodes screen in MP only has episode 1,5,9 and so on.
     
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    i did that, and it worked before.

    just one series to show you what i mean:

    c:\TV Serien\House\Season 1\Episode 1\Video_TS
    c:\TV Serien\House\Season 1\Episode 2\Video_TS
    c:\TV Serien\House\Season 1\Episode 3\Video_TS
    and so on

    Its a clean structure for every single episode - but the newest my tvseries can't parse them - and i dont know why.
    so i thought: maybe i entered some different parsing expressions that worked, but i'm not the guy who really is into this materials.... maybe i found the right expressions on the internet but i cant remember anymore because this was about half a year ago, and friday i reinstalled my complete mediaportal, which was no problem at all btw. every movie is running everything ok so far - but my tvseries is killin me...
    i think its the best plugin ive seen so far and i really need it....... (u know what i mean) :(
     
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