Issues with FilmInfo+ scraper script during import

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    Works MUCH better (y)

    I still do have problems importing in 2 cases:



    1. Problem with some formats
    example Florence Foster...
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    2. MovPic doesn't import BlueRay Disk-Rips that have struktur like
    Files:
    index.bdmv
    MovieObjekt.bdmv​
    Folders:
    BACKUP
    CLIPINF
    PLAYLIST
    STREAM (contains 0000#.m2ts video files)​
     
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    This one solved... I was using wrong file structure...

    any hints on this?
     
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    Hi @joEhSuper , if you can provide a file in question for me to download from somewhere I can take a look.

    What exactly is the problem? Does the import fail completely? Or just MediaInfo not being completed?
     
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    Hi @ltfearme
    Thanks for your help - I think / hope I got it solved. The one to blame is Filminfo+ - I had it a very long time running but now it causes VERY HIGH CPU usage - many times PC freezes (especially when about 5 or more movies are imported). I just disabled Filminfo+ now and so far everything works fine again.

    Maybe someone could are about Filminfo+?
     
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    Yeah sounds like the something wrong with the script , I don't know who can look at addressing your concerns with that sorry.

    I'm only familiar with the scrapers that use an API such as themoviedb.org or fanart.tv.
     
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    Crazy how a cute litte scarper like Filminfo+ can cause such big Problems :rolleyes::LOL:;)
     
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