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Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 15:46
by Chryses
I never see that 3d :)

Btw, this's my actual movieformat

Film/{n} ({y}){\" Cd$pi\"}

So, I've one directory for all my movies.

My goal is, let assume that I've the film RED

So if I've one single file the name must be RED.avi
Else if I've 2 or more files the name must be RED - CD1.avi RED - CD2.avi ...

But I can't figure out how to do that :)

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 16:25
by rednoah
1. What 3D? The default format has no special handling for 3D movies.

2. Work perfectly:

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Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){" Cd$pi"}
Input: D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Green Snake.mp4
Input: D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Red Cliff A.mp4
Input: D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Red Cliff B.mp4
Green Snake.mp4 [series: null, movie: Green Snake (1993)]
Red Cliff A.mp4 [series: null, movie: Red Cliff (2008)]
Red Cliff B.mp4 [series: null, movie: Red Cliff (2008)]
Group: [tvs:null, mov:Green Snake (1993), anime:null] => [Green Snake.mp4]
Group: [tvs:null, mov:Red Cliff (2008), anime:null] => [Red Cliff A.mp4, Red Cliff B.mp4]
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Auto-detect movie from context: [D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Green Snake.mp4]
[COPY] Rename [D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Green Snake.mp4] to [D:\output\Film\Green Snake (1993).mp4]
Processed 1 files
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Auto-detect movie from context: [D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Red Cliff A.mp4]
Auto-detect movie from context: [D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Red Cliff B.mp4]
[COPY] Rename [D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Red Cliff A.mp4] to [D:\output\Film\Red Cliff (2008) Cd1.mp4]
[COPY] Rename [D:\testdata\AMC-TEST\Red Cliff B.mp4] to [D:\output\Film\Red Cliff (2008) Cd2.mp4]
...
Did you read and understand http://www.filebot.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=806 where it says all movie parts must be in the same input set?

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 16:43
by Chryses
3d was refered to the post :D

I think that the problem is the double quotes, you said that must be escaped with \

so my movieformat is
movieFormat=Film/{n} ({y}){\" Cd$pi\"}

and the log is

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Parameter: seriesFormat = Serie Tv/{n}/{n} - {s.pad(2)}x{es.collect{ it.pad(2) }.join('-')} - {t}
Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){" Cd"}
Argument: /home/jorman/Scrivania/da
Input: /home/jorman/Scrivania/da/red.avi
red.avi [series: Hong Ling Jin Xia, movie: Red (2010)]
Exclude Series: Hong Ling Jin Xia
Group: [tvs:null, mov:Red (2010), anime:null] => [red.avi]
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Auto-detect movie from context: [/home/jorman/Scrivania/da/red.avi]
[MOVE] Rename [/home/jorman/Scrivania/da/red.avi] to [/home/jorman/Scrivania/a/Film/Red (2010) Cd.avi]
This's my full string, maybe I made another error :)

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filebot -script fn:amc "$check_dir/" --output "$dest_dir" --action move --conflict override -non-strict --def music=n --log-file amc.log --def artwork=n --def "seriesFormat=Serie Tv/{n}/{n} - {s.pad(2)}x{es.collect{ it.pad(2) }.join('-')} - {t}" "movieFormat=Film/{n} ({y}){\" Cd$pi\"}" --lang it

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 17:05
by rednoah
This is what gets passed into to FileBot:

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Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){" Cd"}
Your shell is messing with the $name variables. You'll probably need to escape the \$ as well as the \"

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 13:42
by Xen
Is the line the same for qBittorrent on Windows as uTorrrent?

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 16:12
by rednoah
Probably not. You'll have to check the qBittorrent docs on how to call external programs on download complete.

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 16:20
by Xen
Maybe, I should use Deluge for windows then. I see instructions for Linux, Mac what about the windows version?

Looks like need to set it to run a .bat file

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 16:26
by rednoah
For that you'd have to port (rewrite) the Linux bash script to a Windows CMD bat script.

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 17:05
by zipmaster
Hey guys I'm having a little problem that I can't wrap my mind around. I'm automatizing the file renaming with Transmission, this is the script I am using:

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#!/bin/bash

filebot -script fn:amc --output "/media/" --log-file amc.log --action copy --conflict override -non-strict --def clean=y artwork=y "seriesFormat=HDD1/TV/{n}/{'S'+s}/{fn}" "movieFormat=HDD2/{n} ({y})/{n} ({y})" "musicFormat=HDD1/Music/{n}/{fn}" "ut_dir=$TR_TORRENT_DIR/$TR_TORRENT_NAME" "ut_kind=multi" "ut_title=$TR_TORRENT_NAME"
Which unfortunately isn't doing anything for me. The log reads as such:

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Parameter: clean = y
Parameter: artwork = y
Parameter: seriesFormat = HDD1/TV/{n}/{'S'+s}/{fn}
Parameter: movieFormat = HDD2/{n} ({y})/{n} ({y})
Parameter: musicFormat = HDD1/Music/{n}/{fn}
Parameter: ut_dir = /media/HDD2/DOWNLOADS/INCOMPLETE/The Gruffalo 2009 DVDRip
Parameter: ut_kind = multi
Parameter: ut_title = The Gruffalo 2009 DVDRip
Done ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ
Which is the standard output whenever filebot simply cannot find the file in question. Playing around by operating the script manually, I realized I can get filebot to work if I pass the proper file extension to ut_title i.e. "Parameter: ut_title = The Gruffalo 2009 DVDRip.mp4".

My problem is that ut_title is populated by the variable $TR_TORRENT_NAME which is passed by transmission WITHOUT file extension. Is there any way around this?

I've tried looking for clues in https://trac.transmissionbt.com/wiki/Scripts but it would seem that there's no variable assigned by Transmission with the file extension type. I thought of modifying the script by searching for the file extension type first using something like

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echo "The Gruffalo 2009 DVDRip."* |awk -F . '{print $NF}'
but I feel that would get complicated too quickly if there are other files witht he same name in the folder (ex: "The Gruffalo 2009 DVDRip.nfo"). Any ideas?

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 17:56
by rednoah
ut_title is completely ignored when looking up input files and is completely optional. It's used as email title for notifications and nothing else.


When I look at the log output it seems like FileBot can't find any files in the folder that is passed in:

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/media/HDD2/DOWNLOADS/INCOMPLETE/The Gruffalo 2009 DVDRip
ut_dir should be a folder, but if it's a path to a single video file amc will work with that as well.


For multi torrent files this should be the folder path. And for single files the exact path to the file.

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$TR_TORRENT_DIR/$TR_TORRENT_NAME
If $TR_TORRENT_NAME doesn't give you the filename for single torrent files then I don't know neither. I guess at this point we need transmission-remote and the torrent hash to grab all the info. Not just that useless stuff that is passed in via the environment.

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 23 Jul 2013, 04:07
by Chryses
rednoah wrote:This is what gets passed into to FileBot:

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Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){" Cd"}
Your shell is messing with the $name variables. You'll probably need to escape the \$ as well as the \"
Tnx I'll try :D

Re: How about sharing our format expressions?

Posted: 31 Jul 2013, 16:30
by istvanszucs
Hi all,

I want to do something very simple. I want filebot to download subtitles in Hungarian for all movies in the current directory, and name it the same as the file name of the movie. My problem is that by default it seems to add the three letter language identifier to the file name. How can I prevent this. I need an exact match to the file name.

Thanks,
Istvan

Re: How about sharing our format expressions?

Posted: 31 Jul 2013, 19:43
by rednoah
0. Download subtitles
1. Go to Rename panel
2. Drop subtitle files into the left list
3. Drop video files into the right list
4. Hit Rename!

PS: Completely wrong thread...

Re: How about sharing our format expressions?

Posted: 31 Jul 2013, 20:47
by istvanszucs
rednoah wrote:0. Download subtitles
1. Go to Rename panel
2. Drop subtitle files into the left list
3. Drop video files into the right list
4. Hit Rename!

PS: Completely wrong thread...
I have a command line interface.

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 01 Aug 2013, 04:21
by rednoah
At this point it's most basic batch renaming. Any tool will do.

Here's a filebot script for that:
http://www.filebot.net/forums/viewtopic ... &t=5#p2100

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 01 Aug 2013, 08:31
by istvanszucs
rednoah wrote:At this point it's most basic batch renaming. Any tool will do.

Here's a filebot script for that:
http://www.filebot.net/forums/viewtopic ... &t=5#p2100
So I have to get it and rename it. I can't get it with the right name straight off.

Re: Automated Media Center

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 13:21
by Chryses
Chryses wrote:
rednoah wrote:This is what gets passed into to FileBot:

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Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){" Cd"}
Your shell is messing with the $name variables. You'll probably need to escape the \$ as well as the \"
Tnx I'll try :D
I found a little problem with "this settings", and I don't know how to resolve it :?

I've a script that launch filebot every time a movie file is created, but when I download a multi cd, the script make mistake!

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Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){" Cd$pi"}

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Input: /media/TwoTera/Download/vari/red cd1.avi
red cd1.avi [series: Hong Ling Jin Xia, movie: Red (2010)]
Exclude Series: Hong Ling Jin Xia
Group: [tvs:null, mov:Red (2010), anime:null] => [red cd1.avi]
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Auto-detect movie from context: [/media/TwoTera/Download/vari/red cd1.avi]
[MOVE] Rename [/media/TwoTera/Download/vari/red cd1.avi] to [/media/TwoTera/Multimedia/Film/Red (2010).avi]
In this example, I download first the 1st cd and then the 2nd, but filebot, when will finish, the script will overwrite the file.

Any chance that if, at the end of the filename it found cd1 etc etc, keep this information?

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 13:38
by rednoah
If you don't know how bash works and that $ specifies variables i recommend writing your format in way that doesn't need $

Like this:

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{' CD'+pi}

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 14:10
by Chryses
You're right, I mean, I can say that is a kind of miracle that all works!

Btw, not working :?

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Parameter: movieFormat = Film/{n} ({y}){' CD'+pi}

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[MOVE] Rename [/media/TwoTera/Download/vari/red cd1.avi] to [/media/TwoTera/Multimedia/Film/Red (2010).avi]
J

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 15:27
by rednoah
If you want {pi} to work you need to pass in both movie part files or the folder, not just -rename part1.avi

@see http://www.filebot.net/forums/viewtopic ... =806#p5169

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 17:39
by Chryses
ok, tnx for the info.

Do you have any ideas to do that?

I mean imagine this scenario:

one cron job configured to launch filebot and watch one directory. So ther's a possibility that a file is composed of several parts, so cd1 is available before cd2. If, in this period of time, the script parse the folder, the "problem" is created.

Any genial idea?

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 09 Aug 2013, 04:30
by rednoah
Yep, there is no solution for this case, esp if you're set on doing cron jobs. Best is to have the download app hand things over to filebot after all related files have been completed.

You can do the Parse CD<i> from filename via fn.match() approach and hope that the multi-part movies are well-named with CD1 CD2 etc

Both solutions have pros/cons as described in the page above.

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 09 Aug 2013, 08:50
by Chryses
So, something like this

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movieFormat=Film/{n} ({y}){' - '+fn.match(/(?i)cd+[0-9]/).toUpperCase()}{fn.match(/(?i)part +[0-9]of[0-9]/).toLowerCase()}
Any advice or ideas?

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 09 Aug 2013, 12:09
by rednoah
Look how I'd test that:

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{'Avatar Part 1of2'.match(/part\s*[0-9]of[0-9]/)}
You can prototype all of that quickly in the GUI.

In the end I'd come up with something like this. Convert Part 1of2 to CD1

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{'CD'+fn.match(/part\s*(\d)of(\d)/)}

Re: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go

Posted: 09 Aug 2013, 13:15
by Chryses
Ok, tnx, I'll try some combinations :)