Source Media {vs} and {source}

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Source Media {vs} and {source}

Post by rednoah » 21 Nov 2019, 15:06

The source media (e.g. BluRay, WEB-DL, etc) can only be detected based on the file name.

  • {vs} ... the standardized source media value regardless of which exact pattern was a match (e.g. any match for BluRay / BDRip / BD50 / etc yields BluRay)
  • {source} ... the exact pattern match based on the file name (e.g. match for BD50 yields BD50)


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https://github.com/filebot/data/blob/master/media-sources.txt


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Re: Source Media {vs} and {source}

Post by devster » 18 May 2020, 15:16

Is source now an exact match for case as well?
It seems that the following happens:

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fn: aaaaa.s01e01.hdtv.mkv => nice name - S01E01 - hdtv.mkv
fn: aaaaa.s01e01.HDTV.mkv => nice name - S01E01 - HDTV.mkv
As a corollary, how could I get the same behaviour as before (capital HDTV on non-capital match) or alternatively how could I choose {vs} over {source} only for specific values?
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Re: Source Media {vs} and {source}

Post by rednoah » 18 May 2020, 16:27

You can do {vs.upper()} and {source.upper()} if you want an uppercase value.
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Re: Source Media {vs} and {source}

Post by devster » 18 May 2020, 17:11

Not quite, I want BluRay and HDTV from {vs}, but I do my own matching for anything WEB.*
Hence the difference.
I'm currently doing:

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String src
if (['BluRay', 'HDTV'].contains(vs) {
  src = vs
} else {
  src = source
} 
just wondering if there's a better way.
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Re: Source Media {vs} and {source}

Post by rednoah » 18 May 2020, 17:29

Well, I guess I'd write it like this:

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def src = vs =~ /BluRay|HDTV/ ? vs : source
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