Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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ghostserverd
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Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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I am trying to match Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB::TV (thank you for adding the seriesDB option btw, much appreciated) and it is unable to find the series for some reason.

Here’s a link to a query I ran to show that the show does exist on TheMovieDB

https://www.themoviedb.org/search?query ... uage=en-US

It’s listed as a TV show

https://www.themoviedb.org/tv/102349-mi ... uage=en-US

Here’s the log

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Run script [fn:amc] at [Wed Apr 22 21:13:00 UTC 2020]
Parameter: unsorted = n
Parameter: clean = y
Parameter: music = y
Parameter: artwork = y
Parameter: subtitles = en
Parameter: minLengthMS = 0
Parameter: movieFormat = {plex} - {hd}
Parameter: seriesFormat = {plex} - {hd}
Parameter: animeFormat = {plex} - {hd}
Parameter: musicFormat = {plex} - {hd}
Parameter: seriesDB = TheMovieDB::TV
Parameter: animeDB = AniDB
Parameter: movieDB = TheMovieDB
Parameter: musicDB = ID3
Parameter: ut_dir = /share/downloads/nzb/completed/sonarr/Middleditch.Schwartz.S01E01.1080p.NF.WEB-DL.DDP5.1.H.264-NTb
Parameter: ut_kind = multi
Parameter: ut_title = Middleditch.Schwartz.S01E01.1080p.NF.WEB-DL.DDP5.1.H.264-NTb
Parameter: ut_label = sonarr
Input: /share/downloads/nzb/completed/sonarr/Middleditch.Schwartz.S01E01.1080p.NF.WEB-DL.DDP5.1.H.264-NTb/da717a99c68846ba9facd55ed158d8b1.mkv
Group: {Series=middleditch schwartz} => [da717a99c68846ba9facd55ed158d8b1.mkv]
Get [English] subtitles for 1 files
CmdlineException: OpenSubtitles: Please enter your login details by calling `filebot -script fn:configure`
Rename episodes using [TheMovieDB] with [Airdate Order]
Auto-detected query: [middleditch schwartz]
Failed to fetch episode data: [middleditch schwartz]
CmdlineException: Failed to identify or process any files
Finished without processing any files
Abort (×_×)
Any idea why it’s not finding it? Is there another log with more details I can look for?

Thanks!
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Re: Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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added "22 april 2020"

clear cache and try again tomorrow
ghostserverd
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Re: Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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Hey that worked. Thanks for your help!
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Re: Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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ghostserverd wrote: 22 Apr 2020, 21:28 Here’s a link to a query I ran to show that the show does exist on TheMovieDB
If you're matching an episode, then that episode must also exist at the time of processing. Ideally, episode information should be added some time in advance to make sure we're not running into stale cached information when it counts.


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Re: Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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If you're matching an episode, then that episode must also exist at the time of processing.
I had attempted to re process after confirming it on TheMovieDB but I think I ran into the cached version. It’s entirely possible that if I had cleared the cache and run it again it would have found it even without the change that Kim made.

That’s a good tip about -list. Does -list bypass the cache? Or will it still use the cache if it’s there?
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Re: Matching Middleditch & Schwartz with TheMovieDB

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ghostserverd wrote: 23 Apr 2020, 17:26 That’s a good tip about -list. Does -list bypass the cache? Or will it still use the cache if it’s there?
-list does not bypass the cache, so you see exactly the episode data that -rename will be working with, so you can -clear-cache manually if you believe the data you see is not up-to-date.
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