Search found 7 matches

by PersnicketyEcon
09 Apr 2020, 18:46
Forum: Windows 10
Topic: Best Practices for extracting then deleting archives after
Replies: 3
Views: 422

Re: Best Practices for extracting then deleting archives after

2. Thanks, yeah, I suspected as much. I think I saw that in the forums elsewhere when I was searching for a solution, but I misunderstood. 1. This is basically what I have been doing, but one of the issues I face is if I end up with a ton of folders to process and I don't know which ones need to be ...
by PersnicketyEcon
09 Apr 2020, 18:01
Forum: Windows 10
Topic: Best Practices for extracting then deleting archives after
Replies: 3
Views: 422

Best Practices for extracting then deleting archives after

Let's assume I have a bunch of folders in my "Movies to Process" directory. Some of these are archives (.rar or .zip) some are not. I do not know how many of each I have, but the total number of folders necessitates some automation. I know if I use the GUI, I can load all folders in Filter/Archives ...
by PersnicketyEcon
13 Feb 2020, 20:33
Forum: Scripting and Automation
Topic: Possible to selectively write mediainfo using mi.groovy?
Replies: 3
Views: 2167

Re: Possible to selectively write mediainfo using mi.groovy?

Thanks. I probably wasn't clear though. After a cup of coffee, I decided to just try using my own edit of mi.groovy wherein I commented out the attributes I didn't want. (I'm advanced like that.) I was being lazy and was wondering if there was a switch I could use similar to what you showed me with ...
by PersnicketyEcon
13 Feb 2020, 17:49
Forum: Scripting and Automation
Topic: Possible to selectively write mediainfo using mi.groovy?
Replies: 3
Views: 2167

Possible to selectively write mediainfo using mi.groovy?

Seeing DevXen's use of text files here: DevXen's Enhanced TV SHOW Perfection Naming Scheme I was wondering what the best way to generate such a .csv (or .tsv) would be. (Not necessarily for name checking, but possibly.) I know there is the "mi.groovy" script shown here: Media Index TSV , but that co...
by PersnicketyEcon
03 Feb 2020, 20:30
Forum: Episode / Movie Naming Scheme
Topic: Release Groups {group}
Replies: 486
Views: 961857

Re: Release Groups {group}

LiNKLE
UNDERBELLY
by PersnicketyEcon
28 Jan 2020, 17:33
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: Possible to output .txt log upon completion of run?
Replies: 3
Views: 2676

Re: Possible to output .txt log upon completion of run?

rednoah wrote:
28 Jan 2020, 17:18
If you're using FileBot Node, then there's a Printer icon on the lower left, then you can click to view the log.
Ahh. So there is. Actually, I was just testing you to see if you remembered that you provided that. ;)

Haha, I truly never saw that before. But thanks!
by PersnicketyEcon
28 Jan 2020, 17:12
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: Possible to output .txt log upon completion of run?
Replies: 3
Views: 2676

Possible to output .txt log upon completion of run?

[NOTE: Possible this belongs in scripting help instead] I have a bunch of media files to go through, and I'm doing them in parts. I usually run Filebot Node on my Synology, but I have also run it from my PC, both via CLI and GUI. When I have wanted to view the log, I have enabled ssh on my Synology,...