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Discussion in 'Moving Pictures' started by Scrounger, June 12, 2012.

  1. davidpmays
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    Thanks. That is what working directories are for, I thought it was a directory where it could perform work like a huge temporarily directory.


     
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    Hi! I made a similar tool while testing migrating from MP1 to MP2, one difference is that my tool have the watched status in the nfo file and not in a separate file (I also recommend using Trakt). I wont say my is better, just that there is that tool also. You find it here: [solved] - Export tool and import support from MP-TVSeries & Moving Pictures to MP2

    I have tried to follow the picture and nfo guidelines here:
    NfoMovieMetadataExtractor
    NFO Node - Lexical support
    TV-Show artwork - Official Kodi Wiki
    NFO files/TV shows - Official Kodi Wiki

    For TV series it works best if you have:
    1. One folder for each TV series, eg. maybe "The.Blacklist"
    2. In the TV series folder you have one folder for each seson, eg. maybe "S01"
     
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