Naming Scheme Question

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xflak
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Naming Scheme Question

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Hi all,

I'm using the following format:

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\\Nas\video\Movies\{n} {'^('+y+'^)'}{' ['+vf.match^(/720[pP]^|1080[pP]/^)+']'}/{n} {'^('+y+'^)'}{' ['+vf.match^(/720[pP]^|1080[pP]/^)+']'}{' ^(Part'+pi+'^)'}{lang =~ 'eng' ? null : '.'+ lang}
And for some reason, lately all my subtitle files have been labelled as Part1 Part2, etc. instead of appending the lang code. Can you please advise? Thanks in advance.

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    <sequence date="2016-04-27T18:33:43.489-04:00">
        <rename dir="C:\Users\Admin\Downloads\Movie\Deadpool 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK\Subs" from="English(SDH).srt" to="\\Nas\video\Movies (2)\Deadpool (2016) [1080p]\Deadpool (2016) [1080p] (Part1).srt"/>
        <rename dir="C:\Users\Admin\Downloads\Movie\Deadpool 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK\Subs" from="English.srt" to="\\Nas\video\Movies (2)\Deadpool (2016) [1080p]\Deadpool (2016) [1080p] (Part2).srt"/>
        <rename dir="C:\Users\Admin\Downloads\Movie\Deadpool 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK\Subs" from="French.srt" to="\\Nas\video\Movies (2)\Deadpool (2016) [1080p]\Deadpool (2016) [1080p] (Part3).srt"/>
        <rename dir="C:\Users\Admin\Downloads\Movie\Deadpool 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK\Subs" from="Spanish.srt" to="\\Nas\video\Movies (2)\Deadpool (2016) [1080p]\Deadpool (2016) [1080p] (Part4).srt"/>
        <rename dir="C:\Users\Admin\Downloads\Movie\Deadpool 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK" from="Deadpool 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK.mkv" to="\\Nas\video\Movies (2)\Deadpool (2016) [1080p]\Deadpool (2016) [1080p].mkv"/>
edit: inserted TV episode naming scheme by mistake
Last edited by xflak on 28 Apr 2016, 20:26, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: Naming Scheme Question

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1.
This (episode) format has nothing to do with the (movie) files you've renamed.

2.
Badly organized subtitles (i.e. not matching the movie by name) won't be handled as well as well-organized video/subtitle pairs.
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Re: Naming Scheme Question

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thanks for your quick response rednoah. I updated the first post with this movie naming scheme:

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\\Nas\video\Movies\{n} {'^('+y+'^)'}{' ['+vf.match^(/720[pP]^|1080[pP]/^)+']'}/{n} {'^('+y+'^)'}{' ['+vf.match^(/720[pP]^|1080[pP]/^)+']'}{' ^(Part'+pi+'^)'}{lang =~ 'eng' ? null : '.'+ lang}
Note that this is the simplified version of what I'm actually using which is:

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\\Nas\video\Movies\{n} {'('+y+')'}{fn.contains('3D') || fn.contains('3-D') || fn.contains('3d') || fn.contains('3-d') ? ' (3D)': null }{fn.contains('Extended') || fn.contains('EXTENDED') || fn.contains('extended') ? ' (Extended)': null }{fn.contains('Special Edition') || fn.contains('SPECIAL EDITION') || fn.contains('SPECIAL.EDITION') || fn.contains('special.edition') || fn.contains('special edition') ? ' (Special Edition)': null }{fn.contains('Unrated') || fn.contains('UNRATED') || fn.contains('unrated') ? ' (Unrated)': null }{fn.contains('Uncensored') || fn.contains('UNCENSORED') || fn.contains('uncensored') ? ' (Uncensored)': null }{fn.contains('Remastered') || fn.contains('REMASTERED') || fn.contains('remastered') ? ' (Remastered)': null }{' ['+vf.match(/720[pP]|1080[pP]/)+']'}/{n} {'('+y+')'}{fn.contains('3D') || fn.contains('3-D') || fn.contains('3d') || fn.contains('3-d') ? ' (3D)': null }{fn.contains('Extended') || fn.contains('EXTENDED') || fn.contains('extended') ? ' (Extended)': null }{fn.contains('Special Edition') || fn.contains('SPECIAL EDITION') || fn.contains('SPECIAL.EDITION') || fn.contains('special.edition') || fn.contains('special edition') ? ' (Special Edition)': null }{fn.contains('Unrated') || fn.contains('UNRATED') || fn.contains('unrated') ? ' (Unrated)': null }{fn.contains('Uncensored') || fn.contains('UNCENSORED') || fn.contains('uncensored') ? ' (Uncensored)': null }{fn.contains('Remastered') || fn.contains('REMASTERED') || fn.contains('remastered') ? ' (Remastered)': null }{' ['+vf.match(/720[pP]|1080[pP]/)+']'}{' (Part'+pi+')'}{lang =~ 'eng' ? null : '.'+ lang}
Are there any adjustments I can make to stop each different subtitle from being renamed to Part1, Part2 etc.?

Thanks!
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Re: Naming Scheme Question

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Assuming you don't have any actual multi part movies, you could just remove {pi} from your format.
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Re: Naming Scheme Question

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Thanks! I'll try that.
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