One rename call makes two TheMovieDB requests?

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One rename call makes two TheMovieDB requests?

Post by Automator » 25 Jan 2018, 16:35

Hi there,

Since I got the JAVA_OPTS environment variables I see a little bit more behind the scenes. And found out that if I run one rename command. I get two TheMovieDB requests. But to make sure its not a fault of my script I did the same thing with the fn:renall script with the same result.

Here you go

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$ filebot -script fn:renall John.Wick.Kapitel.2.2017.German.DL.DTS.1080p.BluRay.x264-CiNEViSiON/ --action test

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Using persistent disk cache /usr/bin/filebot/data/cache/0
Rank [cinevision john wick 2, John Wick Kapitel 2 2017, John Wick Kapitel 2 2017 CiNEViSiON] => [John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)]
Rank [cinevision john wick 2, John Wick Kapitel 2 2017, John Wick Kapitel 2 2017 CiNEViSiON] => [John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)]
Fetch resource: https://api.thetvdb.com/search/series?imdbId=tt4425200
Fetch resource: https://api.thetvdb.com/search/series?imdbId=tt4425200
Resource not found: https://api.thetvdb.com/search/series?imdbId=tt4425200
Received 0 bytes


Resource not found: https://api.thetvdb.com/search/series?imdbId=tt4425200
Received 0 bytes
Is that intentional? Or is this a bug?

Also here is the search quite fucked up... It somehow thinks it s series...

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Re: One rename call makes two TheMovieDB requests?

Post by rednoah » 26 Jan 2018, 17:29

:arrow: Presumably, this test case also requires a certain NFO file with a certain IMDB ID in it. Please call tree . so I can see your test setup so I can recreate it and reproduce the issue.


Older versions of FileBot didn't cache HTTP error responses. That should be fixed since some time last year. What does filebot -version say?


:?: How do you know that a file is not a series until you know that it's not a series? The amc script treats each file as both episode and movie and decides which one makes the most sense based on the results. You can (and should) pass --def ut_label if you know what you're dealing with in advance.
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