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kim
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Re: Conditional Structures (if-then-else)

Post by kim »

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{ny}{'/Season ' + s.pad(2)}{'/' + ny}{' - ' + s00e00}{' - ' + t}{allOf{vf}{source}{vc}{bitdepth == 10 ? ' 10-bit' : ''}{ac}{channels}{group}.joining(' ', ' [', ']')}
glad148
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Re: [JDownloader] Setup for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X

Post by glad148 »

otr wrote: 17 Aug 2018, 12:10 Hi,

sorry for being silent for a bit, I have been on a short trip. In the meantime, my setup is now working and I wanted to report back my specifics, so that others may benefit, but also so that I can learn in case I have missed something important.

This is what is working for me:

1. jDownloader Event Scripter calls this script

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[{"eventTrigger":"ON_PACKAGE_FINISHED", "enabled":true, "name":"FileBot", "script":"var amcFile = '/volume1/Downloads/jdtofilebotv2.sh';var path = '/volume1/Downloads/'; callAsync(function() {}, amcFile, path);", "eventTriggerSettings":{}, "id":123654}]
For people that were new to this, just like me:
- The above is the exact "text" that you can see in the jDownloader UI. Compare this screenshot: https://snag.gy/kYHCEN.jpg
- id:123654 is a random number I thought of. The way I understand it this is the ID the process runs under and I would be able to find it under this ID, if I had to look for it.

2. the jdtofilebotv2.sh script that is called above

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#!/bin/sh
export JAVA_OPTS="-Xmx256m"
/var/packages/filebot/target/filebot.sh -script 'fn:amc' /volume1/Downloads --output /volume1/Media/ --conflict auto --lang en --def 'clean=y' 'skipExtract=y'  'excludeList=.excludes'
I would be happy to get comments on this, especially since people later might look at this and assume that I did smart things (I did not - I just figured out what works for me somehow).
One issue I have is that I still do not find the filebot log file created by this setup.

Hello, I am a little lost would it be possible to give me the procedure that you followed from a to z because I can not find the configuration files of eventscripter did you use an alternative method Thank's
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The FileBot Forums is Wikipedia. The FileBot Discord is Twitter. Each have strengths and weaknesses. Neither replaces the other. Both run in your browser no need to install anything. ;)
:idea: Please read the FAQ and How to Request Help.
Brax
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Re: Conditional Structures (if-then-else)

Post by Brax »

Hi RedNoah and Happy New Year !

Thanks to your help i'm using and arguments file to dispatch my files according to their characteristics in various drives/folders like this :
2160P HDR --> B:\2160P HDR10\
2160P non HDR --> B:\2160P\
720P --> B:\720P\
DVDRIP --> H:\DVDRIPS\
1080P --> S:\1080P\

I use the following arguments file

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ut_label=Movies
movieFormat={hd.replaceAll("UHD", replacement = "B:/2160P").replaceAll("SD", replacement = "H:/DVDRIPS").replaceAll("HD", replacement =  vf.replaceAll("720p", replacement = "B:/720P").replaceAll("1080p", replacement = "S:/1080P"))} {hdr}/{collection.ascii()}/{ny.ascii().upperInitial()} [{imdbid}]/{ny.ascii().upperInitial()} [{imdbid}] {if (hd =~ /HD/) vf} {hdr}
seriesFormat="E:/TV Shows/{n}/{n}.{s00e00}.{t}"
animeFormat="E:/Anime/{n}/{n}.{s00e00}.{t}"

I now have to separate 1080P Files according to them belonging or not to a collection like follows :
2160P HDR --> B:\2160P HDR10\
2160P non HDR --> B:\2160P\
720P --> B:\720P\
DVDRIP --> H:\DVDRIPS\
1080P and part of a collection --> S:\1080P - Sagas\
1080P and not part of a collection --> I:\1080P\

I tried without success modifying my arguments file like follows :

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ut_label=Movies
movieFormat={hd.replaceAll("UHD", replacement = "B:/2160P").replaceAll("SD", replacement = "H:/DVDRIPS").replaceAll("HD", replacement =  vf.replaceAll("720p", replacement = "B:/720P").replaceAll("1080p", {any{collection}.replaceall{"S:/Sagas - 1080P"}{"I:/1080P"}}))} {hdr}/{collection.ascii()}/{ny.ascii().upperInitial()} [{imdbid}]/{ny.ascii().upperInitial()} [{imdbid}] {if (hd =~ /HD/) vf} {hdr}
seriesFormat="E:/TV Shows/{n}/{n}.{s00e00}.{t}"
animeFormat="E:/Anime/{n}/{n}.{s00e00}.{t}"

Could you please help me ?

Many thanks
kim
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Re: Conditional Structures (if-then-else)

Post by kim »

my take on it ;)

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{ def pathList = ['SD' : 'H:/DVDRIPS','HD720p' : 'B:/720p','HD1080ptrue' : 'B:/1080p - Sagas','HD1080pfalse' : 'B:/1080p','UHD2160p' : 'B:/2160P']; any{pathList.get(hd)}{pathList.get(hd + vf)}{pathList.get(hd + vf + any{collection ? true : true}{false})}{'UNKNOWN_PATH'}} {hdr}/{collection.ascii()}/{ny.ascii().upperInitial()}{' ['+imdbid +']'}/{ny.ascii().upperInitial()}{' ['+imdbid +']'} {if (hd =~ /HD/) vf} {hdr}
Brax
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Re: Conditional Structures (if-then-else)

Post by Brax »

Good evening Kim

Thanks a lot !!!

I spent days trying to figure the right way to do it and you crunched this in no time... Impressive

I did spend a lot of time in the forum reading exemples and in the FAQ and did not see how to use the pathList, neither the use of .get... And I would not have been able to think ot the concatenation trick for 1080P with the any{collection ? true : true}{false}

Works like a charm, and helps me understand better all those functions which make filebot so powerfull

Many thanks again for your help and happy New Year too

Best regards
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