naming for multipart? episodes

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zaibas
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naming for multipart? episodes

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renaming the following 2 files using the {plex} binding

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Stargate.SG-1.S10E10.The.Quest.Part.1.WEBp-DL.1080p.DD5.1.H265-d3g.mkv -> Stargate SG-1 - S10E10 - Quest.mkv
Stargate.SG-1.S10E11.The.Quest.Part.2.WEBp-DL.1080p.DD5.1.H265-d3g.mkv -> Stargate SG-1 - S10E11 - Quest.mkv
the tvdb shows the episode names as Quest(1) and Quest(2) why does filebot not retain the numbers in parentheses? is there a binding that would add them if tvdb has them?
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Re: naming for multipart? episodes

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The {plex} format removes part numbers, among other cleanup operations. You can always use a custom format if you're not happy with the default.

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{n}/Season {s}/{n} - {s00e00} - {t}
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Re: naming for multipart? episodes

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Hi, would it still be possible to use the {plex} binding, {plex.tail} in my case, and retain the part numbers from the title? I still want all the formatting and cleanup that the binding provides.
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{plex} does explicitly remove those, so you can't. You can always write your own format though.
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