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Title matching issue

Posted: 25 Apr 2019, 17:27
by poochie2
Hello Master, was wondering if there is an easy wat to understand how should I name this file for detection:

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filebot -script 'fn:amc' '/volume1/video/Sources/Downloaded New' --output /volume1/video/ --order Airdate --conflict skip --lang en --def 'unsorted=n' 'subtitles=eng,ita' 'skipExtract=y' 'plex=***' 'excludeList=.excludes' --format {plex} --log all -non-strict --action test
Run script [fn:amc] at [Thu Apr 25 15:59:27 CEST 2019]
Parameter: unsorted = n
Parameter: subtitles = eng,ita
Parameter: skipExtract = y
Parameter: plex = *****
Parameter: excludeList = .excludes
Argument[0]: /volume1/video/Sources/Downloaded New
Use excludes: /volume1/video/.excludes (0)
Input: /volume1/video/Sources/Downloaded New/Che Part Two (2009)/Che Part Two (2009).mkv
Group: [Movie:Che: Part Two (2008), Series:null] => [Che Part Two (2009).mkv]
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Skipped [/volume1/video/Sources/Downloaded New/Che Part Two (2009)/Che Part Two (2009).mkv] because [/volume1/video/Movies/Che - Part One (2008)/Che - Part One (2008).mkv] already exists
Processed 0 files
Finished without processing any files
Abort (×_×)

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 25 Apr 2019, 17:36
by rednoah
1.
If the amc script doesn't work, then you can just use the GUI which will give you a selection.

If you're keen on using the CLI, then you can use the CLI in interactive mode:
https://www.filebot.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4398


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Here's what I get:

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Input: Che Part Two (2009).mkv
Group: [Movie:Che: Part Two (2009)] => [Che Part Two (2009).mkv]
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Auto-detect movie from context: [Che Part Two (2009).mkv]
[TEST] from [Che Part Two (2009).mkv] to [Movies/Che - Part Two (2009)/Che - Part Two (2009).mkv]
:idea: Please run filebot -script fn:sysinfo and post the output.

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 25 Apr 2019, 17:40
by poochie2
I actually never used the GUI, this is the kind of tool that I like to script into routines. Good stuff about interactive mode, there is always something new to learn :D.

PS: interestingly it did not show me any titles, just asking if the file should be tested or not. :o

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 25 Apr 2019, 18:20
by kim
https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/8880-che-part-two
Che: Part Two (2009) vs Filebot = Che - Part One (2008)
why is it 2008 in Filebot ?

from API
release_date "2008-09-05"
error on themoviedb ?

well using API release_dates
iso_639_1 "es"
release_date "2008-09-05T00:00:00.000Z"
= yes, problem @ themoviedb

when/if fixed the correct year in filename is 2009 and not 2008 like now in filebot
France
- 5/21/2008 Premiere Cannes Film Festival

Germany
- 7/23/2009 12 Theatrical

Greece
en 9/13/2018 Theatrical

Spain
es 2/27/2009 Theatrical

United Kingdom
- 10/25/2008 15 Premiere London Film Festival

United States
- 1/24/2009 R Theatrical
btw: only Theatrical counts here

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 26 Apr 2019, 00:53
by poochie2
I see, will fix it manually then!

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 26 Apr 2019, 07:31
by rednoah
Oddly enough, it works out of the box for me, with 2009 as year, so no idea what was different when you ran the command on your files?

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[TEST] from [Che Part Two (2009).mkv] to [Movies/Che - Part Two (2009)/Che - Part Two (2009).mkv]

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 26 Apr 2019, 15:07
by kim
FYI: it's fixed on themoviedb's API now

Re: Title matching issue

Posted: 27 Apr 2019, 03:02
by poochie2
kim wrote:
26 Apr 2019, 15:07
FYI: it's fixed on themoviedb's API now
:O