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    AniDB queing works now but after it returned to 0 all the files were unrecognized. what is the proper naming of the file?



    like this: Death Note 1 or Death Note Episode1 ?
     
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    you will need the ed2k.dll as well. Anidb uses hashes of files, not file names.
    You can name them (almost) anything you like, the hash is what counts.
    Do you have the ed2k.dll as well in your MP directory?
     
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    yes! i already have ed2k.dll

    thanks for continous help!
     
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    Can you post your log files again?
    The problem you describe usually happens on a failure to login to AniDB
     
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    I'm guessing that you have encoded all your files yourself?
    This plugin relies on finding the files on AniDB which have been encoded by sub groups.

    I can't see that it has found any files which are recognized by AniDB at all.
    It is possible that you can manually assign all your files to episodes downloaded from AniDB, but it won't be a very pleasant experience when doing hundreds of files.
     
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    ah okay, so it means i should set aside what I encoded and get the group's encode.



    thank you.
     
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    You can use your own encodes, but it just takes a lot more manual work.
    Using the group's encodes means everything is automated
     
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    How many peeps out there encode there own files?
     
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    Hey, I have a weird thing happen to me after I installed the latest build (2.1.1.7). The chibi girl character for the main menu for Anime 2 was replaced by a dull, ugly tv shaped icon with "anime" written inside. Is this normal or it's an error? How would I fix it?

     
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