3D Movies H-SBS

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3D Movies H-SBS

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Please add a function for recognizing 3D Movies and name the file like this:
Hotel.Transsilvanien.3D.H-SBS.German.AC3D.1080p.BluRay.x264-REALEASEGROUP (SBS, HSBS, Half SBS, Sibe by Side, etc.)
H-SBS: 3D Half Side-By-Side

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You can handle all of your special cases via the format expression engine. Just have a look into Groovy if u need help with the (very basic) code.

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{fn.match(/H-SBS/) ? '3D Half Side-By-Side' : ''}
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Or if you suggest a new binding, e.g. {3dmode} you'll have to give me the exact specs for how it should work since I don't have any 3D movies. More interestingly would be if MediaInfo can get that stuff. You can test that with the Format Editor.
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Re: 3D Movies H-SBS

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thanks, yes I need a little help with the "basics" ;)

this is my naming scheme:
mov: '''Filme/{n.upperInitial().space('.')}.{y}/{n.upperInitial().space('.')}.{y}{fn.match(/EXTENDED|UNCUT|DIRECTORS.CUT/)}.{fn.match(/H-SBS/)}.{".$source"}{".$vf"}{".$vc"}{".$ac"}{"-$group"}{".$lang"}'''

How do I have to do if I only want the dots ".", when a word is matched? Because now, if it isn't a Extended and isn't a H-SBS Movie, it looks like:
A.Great.Movie.2013...BluRay.1080p.DTS-Realease

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Put it in the same {...} brackets, e.g. {'.'+fn.match(...)}
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Thanks,

I've antother problem: Filebot generates this output:
** (process:5197): WARNING **: Command line `dbus-launch --autolaunch=7741b9c6517ffb804151c46e0000025a --binary-syntax --close-stderr' exited with non-zero exit status 1: Autolaunch error: X11 initialization failed.\n

// fyi: Ubuntu server, 3.2.0-36-generic, running headless.
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Use the latest 3.3 release and set -DuseGFVS=false. If that doesn't work you can try disabling the system proxy property as well and see if it works.
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Doesn't help... I also tried to reinstall glib-networking and xauth.
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Is it just printing a warning or crashing? Did it just happen with FileBot 3.3 or with older versions as well?
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ok. I completely removed jre-6 and jre-7 and reinstalled jre-7 and some jre-6 depencies. Now it's working fine. Thanks!
//running filebot 3.3
//only warning: Failed to write xattr: java.io.File.toPath()Ljava/nio/file/Path
//warning is back again. I've changed nothing? Looks like a general bug of dbus daemon: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sour ... bug/812940
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