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Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by Kasimir9735, June 9, 2016.

  1. morpheus_xx
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    Nice progress (y)

    Some recommendations: you can use the exisiting generic convenience methods to access the Aspect properties, like example here:
    Code (C#):
    1.       // First check if we already have a complete match from a previous MDE
    2.       string title;
    3.       int tvDbId;
    4.       int seasonNumber;
    5.       IEnumerable<int> episodeNumbers;
    6.       if (MediaItemAspect.TryGetAttribute(extractedAspectData, MediaAspect.ATTR_TITLE, out title) &&
    7.           MediaItemAspect.TryGetAttribute(extractedAspectData, SeriesAspect.ATTR_TVDB_ID, out tvDbId) &&
    8.           MediaItemAspect.TryGetAttribute(extractedAspectData, SeriesAspect.ATTR_SEASON, out seasonNumber) &&
    9.           (episodeNumbers = extractedAspectData[SeriesAspect.ASPECT_ID].GetCollectionAttribute<int>(SeriesAspect.ATTR_EPISODE)) != null)
    10.  
    For the GUI wrappers there are also implementation for each aspect (code auto generated), here. (This would match your scenario).

    Then there is also the other way around, the class SeriesInfo has a method to fill the aspects here. We could add a reverse method (aspect data to SeriesInfo class). This would help other devs as well.

    I recently modified the client side search in this commit: https://github.com/MediaPortal/Medi...cac4#diff-3b121ade264ac0615b32cfe61ef8aca2R42. It's not yet merged to dev/master, but included in recent weekly builds. This is the example for loading a series by name filters.




    Regarding the other required information for your idea. You have to include more AspectIds in the media query:
    • MediaAspect: the "master data", in principle only ID, title, mimetype.
    • VideoAspect: contains video related info like resolution, video and audio formats
    • ProviderResourceAspect: contains the path for the media item
    More information can be found in the wiki: http://wiki.team-mediaportal.com/2_...cepts/Metadata_system/1_MediaAspects/5_Series and in the code parts that deal with those aspects.

    For my local data the result is ok, the TvDbIds are (mostly) filled. This needs more checks and of course we would be happy if you contribute fixes to MP2 (y) :)
     
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    Hi.
    In older versions of MP2 I often had this issue. But since Matroska Tags and .nfo support for series is working this never happend again. So I'm pretty sure it must be related to the online MDE somewhere.
     
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    Yes, you're right. I've found a bug in SeriesTvDbMatcher. If there is no .nfo and no Tags and you simply have the Filename for example "American Horror Story S04E12.xxx" the following attributes are not filled: ImdbId, TvdbId and FirstAired. I've fixed this and tested it. Works now. I'm trying to submit a patch, but first have to read how to do it.
     
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