Using Local films name in Prestes.

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Aldrid
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Using Local films name in Prestes.

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Have a good day.

For several years, custom preset for films naming works perfect.
{n} ({localize.fr.n})[{y}, {vf}, {vc}, {af}]

But at last versions - only English name can be obtained.
I'm using windows 11 store version and OMDB and TheMovieDb as source.

How can i Include localized film name to the filename?
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Re: Using Local films name in Prestes.

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:idea: OMDB does not support non-English titles.


:idea: TheMovieDB does support localized titles.


:?: Which movie are you testing with?


:idea: {localize.fr.n} fundamentally works for movies where the French movie name is available.

e.g. https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/128

Console Output: Select all

$ filebot -list --db TheMovieDB --q 00128 --format "{n} | {localize.fr.n}"
Princess Mononoke | Princesse Mononoké
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Re: Using Local films name in Prestes.

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Thx.. problem is solved...
In my country... i'm getting 127.0.0.1 from 8.8.8.8 for api.themoviedb.org...
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Re: Using Local films name in Prestes.

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That is unusual. Use 1.1.1.1 CloudFlare DNS instead then, if 8.8.8.8 Google DNS is misbehaving.
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