Parsing rule, Anime with absolute episode number, HELP plz

atlon

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June 29, 2009
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Hi

I've been searching all night long how make it works.

But i didnt found.

The trouble is that anime, as many of you are aware, use absolute numberss on episodes, not 5x01 etc . as normal series do. I was wondering if one can use a string/parcing/etc which would make My-TVseries detect the anime series name (if One Piece/Naruto/Bleach,search for absolute number for episodes instead of season+episode)
I used renamer tool over all of them before so the name doesn't have all the )(/)(//&%$ things.

But i still don't know how to make them work in this wonderfull plugin :(

i.e.
One Piece 185 - The Two Have Awoken! The Frontline of Burning Love!! [Oyami-Kun].mp4
Code Geass 01 - The Day a New Demon Was Born.mp4
Ragnarok 01 - Why Do You Wield That Sword.mp4
Eyeshield 21 001 - The Man with Legs of the Speed of Light [TaF].mp4
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann 02 - I Said I'd Ride It.mp4

Or if is out there a program that renames the files and add the season and episode number
i.e
Code Geass 01 - The Day a New Demon Was Born.mp4 to Code Geass 01 - The Day a New Demon Was Born.S01E01.mp4

This script do this but i' don't know how to use it --> http://forums.sabnzbd.org/index.php?topic=1477.0


Thanks for your help!!!
:D:D:D:D
 

atlon

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June 29, 2009
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That plugin work with files hashes so its complicated, its still to new.

So parsing with MP TV SERIES is easier, but i don't know how :D
 

venares

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There are two ways to do this.

The easy way which works for most shows is just add a simple String replacment.

Example: (G_P) Eureka Seven ---> Eureka Seven S00E

For shows over 100 episodes it get a little bit harder.
You'll need to use a regular expresion on these and keep all the episodes in a folder called "Season 00".

For Bleach I use the following:

(?<season>00).*(?<series>Bleach)[\s-00_]{1,3}(?<episode>\d+)(?:-(?<episode2>\d+))?.*\.(?<ext>[^.]*)
 

atlon

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June 29, 2009
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There are two ways to do this.

The easy way which works for most shows is just add a simple String replacment.

Example: (G_P) Eureka Seven ---> Eureka Seven S00E

For shows over 100 episodes it get a little bit harder.
You'll need to use a regular expresion on these and keep all the episodes in a folder called "Season 00".

For Bleach I use the following:

(?<season>00).*(?<series>Bleach)[\s-00_]{1,3}(?<episode>\d+)(?:-(?<episode2>\d+))?.*\.(?<ext>[^.]*)
This works wonderfull :D

Thanks:D:D:D
 

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