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Presets

Posted: 03 Dec 2015, 17:36
by rednoah
Presets allow you to add customized buttons to FileBot so you can automatically select certain files and match them against a given database with predefined options, and save you a lot of click work.


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:idea: The built-in default presets are hidden by default if you already have multiple custom presets. Use SHIFT+CLICK <Presets> to reveal both built-in default presets and custom presets. (requires FileBot r9272)



Examples:
  1. Match files with TheTVDB using Absolute Episode Order and organize them according to the Plex naming scheme using Airdate Episode Order:

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    { home }/Media/{ order.airdate.plex }
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    :idea: Please read [Anime] Convert Absolute to SxE numbers thoroughly if you want to match files with AniDB naming and numbering and rename them with TheTVDB Airdate SxE numbering:

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    { db.TheTVDB.plex.name }
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  2. Select all media files that contain "Daily Show" (case-insensitive) in the file name and match them against TheTVDB:
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  3. Select all media files that have Japanese audio and match them against AniDB using Japanese language preferences:
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  4. Select all media files longer than 60 minutes that don't contain any SxE pattern in the file name and match them against TheMovieDB:
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  5. If files are already tagged (e.g. via iTunes) then you can use a plain file format with MediaInfo bindings to instantly generate the destination path without any database lookup:

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    { home }/Media/{ media.Album }/Season { media.Season }/{ media.Album } - { media.PartID } - { media.Title }
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  6. Rename current selection of files and force Episode Order: Date and Title (formerly named Absolute Airdate Order) to match by DD-MM-YYYY or Title but use {order.airdate.plex.name} to force default SxE episode information in the final filename. Please read Match by Episode Title for details.

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    { order.airdate.plex.name }
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  7. Rename photos and use Date-Taken and Camera Model as the new filename:

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    { dt.format('yyyy-MM-dd HH∶mm∶ss') } [{ camera.model }]
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  8. Move each file into a new folder with the name of the file:

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    { folder }/{ fn }/{ fn }
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  9. Rename current selection of files and replace all non-ASCII characters with suitable ASCII equivalents, and replace all spaces with underscore:

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    { fn.ascii().space('_') }
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  10. If FileBot does not recognized certain number or date patterns, just create a Preset for fixing that. For example, if date patterns like MM.DD.YY don't work, just replace MM.DD.YY with YYYY.MM.DD first and then the rest will just work. Please read Batch Rename any type of file details.
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  11. Mirror selected files into a new disposable secondary structure via Local Xattr Mode. Please read Batch Rename any type of file and Re-organize previously organized files using local xattr metadata for details.

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