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Re: [DEB] Debian package

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Did you use the installer/deb.sh script? The script should automatically use the correct repository, by checking if OpenJFX is version 8 or above.
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Re: FileBot on the Mac App Store

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After reading that the Apple store version Has limited usage due to Apple, I may add. Should have done more research before buying. I requested a refund. I got it. Whoo hoo. So I will be purchasing the universal licence full version now :)))))
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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I recently noticed that some of my movies were not getting their meta data in Plex unless I manually matched the titles. What I noticed was preventing this was having A|An|The at the beginning. According to Plex's website/forums if you place anything after a parenthesis it will not detect it which allows the files to match correctly. Below are the naming formats I have tried with examples. Any help would be greatly appreciated to get my naming to work like Example 3.
Example 1:
  • The Fly (1986) is matched correctly in Plex, but I want proper sort with the The at the end
    Filebot naming script: {n.replace(':',' - ')} ({y})
Example 2:
  • Fly, The (1986) is not matched correctly in Plex.
    Filebot naming script: {n.sortName('$2, $1').replace(':',' - ')} ({y})
Example 3 (What I would like): Fly (1986), The
  • If the current file does not begin with "A|An|The" the naming is done incorrectly as such
    Hamburger: The Motion Picture (1986) = Hamburger: The Motion Picture (1986), Hamburger: The Motion Picture
    The Fly (1986) = Fly (1986), The
    Filebot naming script: {n.sortName('$2').replace(':',' - ')} ({y}){n.sortName(', $1').replace(':',' - ')}
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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AFAIK, what you would like is is not what Plex would like to see:
https://support.plex.tv/articles/categories/your-media/

:idea: {plex} is the way to go. It may not be what you want, but it'll be what Plex wants and expects. You can do things differently, and maybe it'll mostly work, or maybe it'll sometimes not work, either way, no guarantees once you start ignoring the standard if favor of your own preferences. ;)

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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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Thanks for the reply rednoah, I have tried that, but I don't want all the A|An|The's lumped together...makes it a real nightmare to try and remove files if I am bouncing around all over the place. I will face the consequences of the way I want it named if someone can just tell me how to the the A|An|The from the beginning of the title to after the date as provided in my example. I have tested it and it works flawlessly that's why I want to do it plus then I can find them easy in windows explorer to remove movies I no longer want.
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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You could do n.sortName() to remove the A and The altogether, since that'll probably mess with Plex the least:

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n.sortName()
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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But how do I add the removed part back after the (year)?
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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Assuming that Plex ignores everything after the Name (Year) part, you can try this:

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ny.sortName('$2, $1')
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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That worked like a charm. Thanks so much rednoah!!!!!
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Re: Metadata and Extended Attributes

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Can this be used to save the audios and subtitles mediainfo of the multimedia file?

It could be great to have this added to the xattr attributes (or file), so, Plex don't need to scan the multimedia file to get the audio and subtitle languages, the default audio, the forced subtitles, the duratión of the film....

This with a combination of an unionfs or mergerfs to save the xattr attributes, and rclone with a cloud provider (like a gsuite), could be perfect.

Or maybe apart of the xattr attributes, the data could be saved on an .nfo like the one that jellyfin creates, that have all this information!!

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  <fileinfo>
    <streamdetails>
      <video>
        <codec>h264</codec>
        <micodec>h264</micodec>
        <bitrate>10312878</bitrate>
        <width>1872</width>
        <height>1080</height>
        <aspect>26:15</aspect>
        <aspectratio>26:15</aspectratio>
        <framerate>23.97602</framerate>
        <scantype>progressive</scantype>
        <default>True</default>
        <forced>False</forced>
        <duration>46</duration>
        <durationinseconds>2780</durationinseconds>
      </video>
      <audio>
        <codec>ac3</codec>
        <micodec>ac3</micodec>
        <bitrate>192000</bitrate>
        <language>spa</language>
        <scantype>progressive</scantype>
        <channels>2</channels>
        <samplingrate>48000</samplingrate>
        <default>True</default>
        <forced>False</forced>
      </audio>
      <audio>
        <codec>dts</codec>
        <micodec>dts</micodec>
        <bitrate>1536000</bitrate>
        <language>eng</language>
        <scantype>progressive</scantype>
        <channels>6</channels>
        <samplingrate>48000</samplingrate>
        <default>False</default>
        <forced>False</forced>
      </audio>
      <subtitle>
        <codec>subrip</codec>
        <micodec>subrip</micodec>
        <language>spa</language>
        <scantype>progressive</scantype>
        <default>False</default>
        <forced>False</forced>
      </subtitle>
      <subtitle>
        <codec>subrip</codec>
        <micodec>subrip</micodec>
        <language>eng</language>
        <scantype>progressive</scantype>
        <default>False</default>
        <forced>False</forced>
      </subtitle>
    </streamdetails>
  </fileinfo>
  
Or maybe it's not even possible to send this information to plex.
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Re: Metadata and Extended Attributes

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FileBot xattr metadata does not include MediaInfo, since that's readily available in the file itself. There are existing scripts for exporting MediaInfo, but there's no standardized way of passing any of that information on to Plex or Jellyfin. You could write your own integration though.
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Re: Metadata and Extended Attributes

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Is there a script to convert from one type of xattr.store to another?
In particular I'm thinking about switching to plain text files instead of embedded for a filesystem change.
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Re: Metadata and Extended Attributes

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--apply metadata can be used to export xattr to .xattr folders and files:
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Re: --mode interactive

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Could be handy if we can see for each option the tvdb or themoviedb id, because sometimes some series or movies have the same name, so we need more info to choose the correct option!
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Re: --mode interactive

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Can you provide specific examples? Screenshots?
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Re: [DEB] Debian package

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Hi, I currently installed filebot on ubuntu 18.04 via this

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bash -xu <<< "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/filebot/plugins/master/installer/deb.sh)"
because

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sudo apt-get install filebot
gave me errors.

And I believe `4.9.0` is ready for release. So I am not sure how I am going to update from current version?

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4.8.5 to 4.9.0
And is there any reason I am getting this error on two different machine with same ubuntu 18.04 when I try to install via this?

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sudo apt-get install filebot
Thank you
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Re: [DEB] Debian package

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FileBot 4.9.0 is in beta and no final release has been published at this point in time. The apt repository is only available for the latest stable release, which is FileBot 4.8.5 at the time of writing.
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Re: [DEB] Debian package

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rednoah wrote: 22 Feb 2020, 06:43 FileBot 4.9.0 is in beta and no final release has been published at this point in time. The apt repository is only available for the latest stable release, which is FileBot 4.8.5 at the time of writing.
Oops then I definitely read it wrong somewhere about 4.9.0 :D but when I tried to install 4.8.5 via apt repository I was getting errors so I have been told to run it via bash. Now I am little confuse.
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

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rednoah wrote: 10 May 2019, 14:19 The RPM package is tested on Fedora.

Since some of these dependency are optional, or can be provided by the user manually, Requires is not ideal, but since there's no Recommends AFAIK, this is what we've got:

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Requires:       java-1.8.0-openjdk
Requires:       java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx
Requires:       jna
Requires:       mediainfo
Requires:       p7zip
Requires:       p7zip-plugins
Using Recommends now leads to users not installing the recommended dependencies:
* viewtopic.php?t=11605
* viewtopic.php?t=11569
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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Is there a full list of all the {plex} components or is there a way for me to "see" the component choices - kind of like MediaInfo?
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

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Ashaneil wrote: 29 Mar 2020, 16:24 Is there a full list of all the {plex} components or is there a way for me to "see" the component choices - kind of like MediaInfo?
What components are you looking for?

All components relevant to {plex} are listed as examples here. A large number of properties and methods are inherited from the File class but those are largely irrelevant for {plex} related use cases.

:idea: {plex.properties} can be used see all properties. This is a Groovy thing and applies to all classes and isn't specific to {plex} or the File class.
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

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Heads up: the version 4.9 RPM does not contain a "filebot" file anymore. The install section contains it, but the file is missing.

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$ rpm -ql filebot | grep filebot$
/etc/bash_completion.d/filebot
/usr/share/filebot

$ rpm -q --scripts filebot
postinstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh /usr/bin/filebot
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar /usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar
preuninstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
rm -f /usr/bin/filebot
rm -f /usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar
System info:

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$ /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh -script fn:sysinfo
FileBot 4.9.0 (r7234)
JNA Native: groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: com for class: Script1
Possible solutions: log, now
MediaInfo: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Lcom/sun/jna/Pointer;
p7zip: p7zip Version 16.02 (locale=en_US.UTF-8,Utf16=on,HugeFiles=on,64 bits,8 CPUs Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1230 V2 @ 3.30GHz (306A9),ASM,AES-NI)
unrar: java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "unrar": error=2, No such file or directory
Chromaprint: java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "fpcalc": error=2, No such file or directory
Extended Attributes: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sun/jna/Platform
Unicode Filesystem: OK
Script Bundle: 2020-03-16 (r625)
Groovy: 3.0.2
JRE: OpenJDK Runtime Environment 1.8.0_242
JVM: groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: com for class: Script1
Possible solutions: log, now
CPU/MEM: 8 Core / 3.7 GB Max Memory / 106 MB Used Memory
OS: Linux (amd64)
HW: Linux server1.internal 5.5.13-200.fc31.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Mar 25 21:55:30 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
STORAGE: btrfs [/] @ 2.0 TB | btrfs [/mnt/pool1] @ 12 TB
DATA: /home/tvuser/.filebot
Package: RPM
License: FileBot License xxxxxxx (Valid-Until: 2020-09-11)
Done ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ
I can run the script directly for some more information. This may or may not be useful to you, but I thought I might include it.
Console output snippet:

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Processed 0 files
com/sun/jna/Platform
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sun/jna/Platform
	at net.filebot.StandardRenameAction$6.rename(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.StandardRenameAction$2.rename(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.cli.CmdlineOperations.renameAll(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.cli.CmdlineOperations.renameSeries(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.cli.CmdlineOperations.rename(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.cli.ArgumentProcessor.runCommand(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.cli.ArgumentProcessor.run(Unknown Source)
	at net.filebot.Main.main(Unknown Source)
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.sun.jna.Platform
	... 8 more

Error (o_O)
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

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Looks like you didn't install all the dependencies:

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java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sun/jna/Platform

What does the console output say when you use the automated install script?
rednoah wrote: 04 Apr 2019, 07:10 The installer/rpm.sh will add the repository and install FileBot for you:

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bash -xu <<< "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/filebot/plugins/master/installer/rpm.sh)"
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

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Thanks for looking at this. I used the repository to install. The repo is available and enabled:

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$ dnf repoinfo filebot
Last metadata expiration check: 0:05:23 ago on Fri 03 Apr 2020 08:27:30 AM EDT.

Repo-id            : filebot
Repo-name          : filebot
Repo-status        : enabled
Repo-revision      : 1584805661
Repo-updated       : Sat 21 Mar 2020 11:47:41 AM EDT
Repo-pkgs          : 1
Repo-available-pkgs: 1
Repo-size          : 25 M
Repo-baseurl       : https://get.filebot.net/rpm/universal-jdk8/noarch
Repo-expire        : 172,800 second(s) (last: Thu 02 Apr 2020 06:33:23 PM EDT)
Repo-filename      : /etc/yum.repos.d/universal-jdk8.repo
Total packages: 1

Previously, the app worked. I have all the listed deps from the script installed:

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$ dnf list installed | grep -E "openjdk|jna|mediainfo|7zip"
java-1.8.0-openjdk.x86_64                         1:1.8.0.242.b08-0.fc31                 @updates
java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless.x86_64                1:1.8.0.242.b08-0.fc31                 @updates
java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx.x86_64                 1:1.8.0.242.b08-0.fc31                 @updates
jna.x86_64                                        5.4.0-1.fc31                           @fedora
libmediainfo.x86_64                               19.09-1.fc31                           @fedora
mediainfo.x86_64                                  19.09-1.fc31                           @fedora
p7zip.x86_64                                      16.02-15.fc31                          @fedora
p7zip-plugins.x86_64                              16.02-15.fc31                          @fedora
The symlinks that the %post tries to create are not present, though the jna pacakge is installed:

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$ sudo find /usr/share/ -name *jna.jar*
/usr/share/java/jna.jar
$ sudo find /usr/lib/ -name *jna.jar*
/usr/lib/java/jna/jna.jar
/usr/lib/java/jna.jar
$ sudo find /usr/bin/ -name *filebot*
I do not have the source RPM, but looking at the scripts I think I would suggest moving the symlinks into the %install section, rather than in %post. The additional benefit is that you no longer need the %preun either, because those symlinks are owned by the package. If it's uninstalled, they go with it.

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%install
mkdir -p %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh %{buildroot}/usr/bin/filebot
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

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I'm no expert on RPM packaging so I'll update the spec file according to your recommendation:

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Name:           @{package.name}
Version:        @{application.version}
Release:        universal.jdk8
Summary:        @{package.synopsis}
License:        Proprietary

BuildArch:      noarch

Recommends:     java-1.8.0-openjdk
Recommends:     java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx
Requires:       jna
Recommends:     mediainfo
Recommends:     p7zip
Recommends:     p7zip-plugins


%description
@{package.description}


%install
cp -rvf %{src}/usr %{src}/etc %{buildroot}
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh %{buildroot}/usr/bin/filebot
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar


%files
/*
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