Command Line vs Filebot Node

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spetrillo
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Command Line vs Filebot Node

Post by spetrillo » 01 Oct 2019, 02:13

Is there a document that describes the command line options and how they match up with Filebot Node? I am moving to Filebot Node instead of running the command line syntax on a Windows machine and want to ensure I do it right:

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-script fn:amc --output "E:/Media" --action move --conflict auto -non-strict "E:/Torrents/Complete" --log-file amc.log --def music=n --def clean=y --def deleteAfterExtract=y --def excludeList=amcexcl.txt --def reportError=y

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Re: Command Line vs Filebot Node

Post by rednoah » 01 Oct 2019, 04:38

FileBot Node is just a wrapper for the amc script, so everything will match up exactly. If you run a command in FileBot Node, it will show you the filebot amc command that is being executed in the very first line, so you can figure it out with trial and error if it's not immediately obvious from the labels in the FileBot Node WebUI.
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Re: Command Line vs Filebot Node

Post by spetrillo » 01 Oct 2019, 13:53

Ahhh ok...that helps and thanks. I am really enjoying this extension to my Synology. Makes media manipulation simpler!

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Re: Command Line vs Filebot Node

Post by spetrillo » 02 Oct 2019, 18:20

Quick one that I cannot seem to find. With the command line I have an email sent when its done. Where is this functionality within Filebot Node? I do not see an option for this.

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Re: Command Line vs Filebot Node

Post by rednoah » 02 Oct 2019, 18:27

FileBot Node does not expose the email related features of the amc script. If you're using Synology, and running tasks in the background, then you can enable email logs in the Synology Scheduler.

:idea: PushBullet is recommended for notifications.
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Re: Command Line vs Filebot Node

Post by spetrillo » 03 Oct 2019, 17:14

Ok thanks...will look into PushBullet.

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