Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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csjjpm
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Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Hi,
I've been trying to match CSI Vegas and it does show the correctly in the list of programmes but when selected it then gives the new names a the original CSI series with old episode name.
I've renamed the source as CSI Vegas, CSI Vegas (2021), CSI.Vegas and the same thing happens.
Anyone any suggestions?
thanks
Paul
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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:?: Are you using the GUI or CLI?
:arrow: If GUI, please include screenshots and sample file paths.
:arrow: If CLI, please include command and console output.

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Please read FAQ #2: How do I fix misidentified files? for details on how to force a specific series or fix individual episode matches.

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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Thanks for the links to upload images
I'm using the GUI.

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Nov 24, 2021 6:35:30 PM net.filebot.CachedResource retry
WARNING: Fetch failed: Try again in 2 seconds (2 more) => Connect timed out: Unable to connect to api.thetvdb.com at this time. Please try again later.
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Please search for CSI: Vegas in Episodes and then use Right-Click ➔ Send to ➔ Rename on the correct episode item. Please read FAQ #2: How do I fix misidentified files? for details and alternative approaches.



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Here's what I get by default with automatic matching though at this point in time, so I guess the problem has resolved itself through time.

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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Hi,
I've just tried this morning without using 'Episodes' and it is still wrong. My datasource is TheTVDB. My expressions is {n}.{s00e00}.{t}
Does that look okay to you?
thanks
Paul
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Hi,
brilliant thank you for the other instruction. I had to try a couple of times but I have worked it out. Great app by the way and glad I've bought it
Paul
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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csjjpm wrote: 25 Nov 2021, 08:10 Hi,
I've just tried this morning without using 'Episodes' and it is still wrong. My datasource is TheTVDB. My expressions is {n}.{s00e00}.{t}
Does that look okay to you?
thanks
Paul
Let's see what happens with the next episode next week. It should just work. Please report back if it still doesn't work next time.
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Also having this problem with command line, wondering if there are any suggestions. Thanks!

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filebot -script 'fn:amc' '/downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES' --output /tank/Video --action copy -non-strict --conflict override --lang en --def 'music=y' 'unsorted=y' 'clean=y' 'exec=chown -R 1000:131 "{folder}"' 'seriesFormat=/tank/Video/TV Shows/{n}/{'\''Season '\''+s}/{n.replaceAll(/[!?.]+$/).space('\''.'\'')}.{'\''s'\''+s.pad(2)}e{e.pad(2)}.{vf}.{vs}.{vc}.{ac}' 'movieFormat=/tank/Video/Movies/{n.upperInitial().replaceAll(/[!?.]+$/).space('\''.'\'')}.{y}.{vf}.{vs}.{vc}.{ac}' --apply refresh --log all --log-file '/data/filebot/node/filebot.log'

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Run script [fn:amc] at [Thu Dec 02 07:13:11 GMT 2021]
Parameter: music = y
Parameter: unsorted = y
Parameter: clean = y
Parameter: exec = chown -R 1000:131 "{folder}"
Parameter: seriesFormat = /tank/Video/TV Shows/{n}/{'Season '+s}/{n.replaceAll(/[!?.]+$/).space('.')}.{'s'+s.pad(2)}e{e.pad(2)}.{vf}.{vs}.{vc}.{ac}
Parameter: movieFormat = /tank/Video/Movies/{n.upperInitial().replaceAll(/[!?.]+$/).space('.')}.{y}.{vf}.{vs}.{vc}.{ac}
Argument[0]: /downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES
Bad exec value: chown -R 1000:131 "{folder}"
Read archive [csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.rar] and extract to [/downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES]
Include [/downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv]
Extracting files [/downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv]
Input: /downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv
Group: {Series=csi crime scene investigation} => [csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv]
Rename episodes using [TheTVDB] with [Airdate]
Lookup via [CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Vegas]
Fetching episode data for [CSI: Crime Scene Investigation]
Fetching episode data for [Mayday]
Fetching episode data for [The Investigation]
Fetching episode data for [CSI: Vegas]
Stripping invalid characters from new path: /tank/Video/TV Shows/CSI: Crime Scene Investigation/Season 1/CSI.Crime.Scene.Investigation.s01e09.1080p.WEB-DL.AVC.EAC3
[COPY] from [/downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv] to [/tank/Video/TV Shows/CSI Crime Scene Investigation/Season 1/CSI.Crime.Scene.Investigation.s01e09.1080p.WEB-DL.AVC.EAC3.mkv]
Processed 1 file
Execute: chown -R 1000:131 "/tank/Video/TV Shows/CSI Crime Scene Investigation/Season 1"
Clean temporary extracted files
Delete /downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv
Delete /downloads/CSI.Vegas.S01E09.1080p.WEB.H264-CAKES/csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes
Done ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ

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FileBot 4.9.4 (r8736)
JNA Native: 5.2.2
MediaInfo: 19.09
Tools: fpcalc/1.4.3 p7zip/16.02 unrar/5.61
Extended Attributes: OK
Unicode Filesystem: OK
Script Bundle: 2021-08-02 (r761)
Groovy: 3.0.8
JRE: OpenJDK Runtime Environment 11.0.11
JVM: 64-bit OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM
CPU/MEM: 6 Core / 4.2 GB Max Memory / 43 MB Used Memory
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Done ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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What does the episode list say?

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filebot -list --db TheTVDB --q 400248

:idea: Note that processing this file works out-of-the-box at this point in time, so you may want to consider processing new episodes 1-2 days after the airdate, to ensure that the corresponding episode exists in the database already when processing the file:

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$ filebot -rename *.mkv --db TheTVDB -non-strict --action TEST --log INFO
[TEST] from [csi.vegas.s01e09.1080p.web.h264-cakes.mkv] to [CSI Vegas - 1x09 - Waiting in the Wings.mkv]
:!: Processing files 2-3 hours after release could be a problem. -non-strict mode will always give you the "best match" which is going to be the wrong match if the correct match does not yet exist in the database at the time. In any case, 1x10 won't be an issue because it's confirmed to be in the database already.



2.
You could try the age filter approach discussed in this thread:
viewtopic.php?t=12920

:idea: Note that the age filter approach cannot give you a correct match if correct match does not exist in the database at the time of processing, but it can ensure that you at least get no match instead of a mismatch, if you limit matching to episodes aired in the last 7 days and there is none.



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You'll want to use quote() to let FileBot take care of quoting arguments correctly as needed, just to get rid of the warning messages:

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chown -R 1000:131 {quote folder}
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Glad it's not just me seeing this.

Just thought I'd drop in and say that doing E9 this morning I still had to go and edit the match, because even though I selected Vegas from the pop up, it still went to the old show in the rename window. Tried clearing the cache on the off chance, but no difference.
csjjpm
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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Naf wrote: 04 Dec 2021, 11:07 Glad it's not just me seeing this.

Just thought I'd drop in and say that doing E9 this morning I still had to go and edit the match, because even though I selected Vegas from the pop up, it still went to the old show in the rename window. Tried clearing the cache on the off chance, but no difference.
Me too.
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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There seem to be lots of factors that can make it work / not work, but somebody adding CSI: Vegas as alternative title for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation certainly doesn't help with...
https://www.themoviedb.org/search?query=csi%20vegas

:arrow: I've contributed by removing the offending alternate titles:
https://www.themoviedb.org/tv/1431-csi- ... ive_titles
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Re: Incorrect matching of CSI Vegas

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rednoah wrote: 03 Dec 2021, 12:12 1.
What does the episode list say?

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filebot -list --db TheTVDB --q 400248

:idea: Note that processing this file works out-of-the-box at this point in time, so you may want to consider processing new episodes 1-2 days after the airdate, to ensure that the corresponding episode exists in the database already when processing the file:
Yeah I see that all the episodes are listed, thanks for pointing that out. I will check this way in the future.
rednoah wrote: 03 Dec 2021, 12:12 :!: Processing files 2-3 hours after release could be a problem. -non-strict mode will always give you the "best match" which is going to be the wrong match if the correct match does not yet exist in the database at the time. In any case, 1x10 won't be an issue because it's confirmed to be in the database already.
I hear you on the 2-3hr thing. Two issues: first, the script is called by the Torrent client on completion, which has been working well up until now. But I do understand your point.

The second issue is that it has failed in the same way on EP10, which does already exist as you pointed out above. So I'm a bit stumped again.
rednoah wrote: 03 Dec 2021, 12:12 2.
You could try the age filter approach discussed in this thread:
viewtopic.php?t=12920

:idea: Note that the age filter approach cannot give you a correct match if correct match does not exist in the database at the time of processing, but it can ensure that you at least get no match instead of a mismatch, if you limit matching to episodes aired in the last 7 days and there is none.
I did actually see that before posting, the challenge with this is that a) the script is called programatically on all downloads, and this would not allow for processing of any older episodes, which do also get downloaded. I don't think this solution would be practical in this particular case.
rednoah wrote: 03 Dec 2021, 12:12 3.
You'll want to use quote() to let FileBot take care of quoting arguments correctly as needed, just to get rid of the warning messages:

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chown -R 1000:131 {quote folder}
Thank you, I will do that :)
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