1.14.0 - MyVideo: nfo grabber imports only one part of stacked movies

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    Hi,
    i've noticed a bug in myvideo nfo grabber: If you try to import a stacked movie (*-part1.mkv, *-part2.mkv), nfo grabber only grabs one part of the movie.
    Logs and nfo file are attached.
    Best regards
    Helios


     

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    @Deda ,
    could you please take a look at the two issues i've reported?

    Thanks in advance
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    Hi Helios, can't remember anymore but I think stack extension should be preceded with SPACE char ie.: "Movie Part1.mkv", "Movie Part2.mkv"
    File name like "Movie-Part1.mkv" is not considered as stacked part.

    At least regex expression limits filename to be like that.


    Or should be partx as lowercase like Movie-part1.mkv .. lol.. dunno

    Here's regex for this:
    \s*[-_+ ]\({0,1}(cd|dis[ck]|part|dvd)[-_+ ]{0,1}(?<digit>[0-9]{1,2})\){0,1}
     
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