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RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - olympia - 2012-04-29 20:33
(2012-04-29 19:22)hunkyn Wrote: @olympia thanks for the scraper came here to ask if we can get a scraper that does both and sure enough i found this. Is it possible to add an option where it will look for IMDB first and if it is not found then goes to TMDB database? The reason i ask is some of the Indian movies are in IMDB and not in TMDB and some are in TMDB and not in IMDB so that has always been my problem and i keep updating the info manually. If you could add this that would be really great.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - hunkyn - 2012-04-29 20:42
Ok not a problem. Is there way we can add a submenu in the manual refresh screen which scraper to look in? If that is possible that would be greatful too. I am looking into any option other than manually updating them.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - olympia - 2012-04-29 20:57
(2012-04-29 19:48)mikeInside Wrote: Thanks Olympia, this add-on is a great idea. I'm writing up my experiences with it so far in case it is useful for you or other users, but some or all of these problems may be due to my own inexperience with xbmc.
1. This is probably due to the quick jump from v1.0.2 to v1.0.3 and something about the mirrors and the scraper version your XBMC was aware about (it tried to download 1.0.2 whereas it was not available on the mirror any more).
2. I will add Australia
3. Maybe because RT was timing out and/or completly unavailable as it is right now (time of posting)?
AVPR works for me.
Devil cannot be found on RT by IMDb ID for some reason.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - olympia - 2012-04-29 21:00
(2012-04-29 20:42)hunkyn Wrote:
No, but if you are using a sane folder/file structure, i.e. all your movies are in separate folders, then you can change content (i.e. scrapers) on the individual movie folders (using the contect menu on the folder) which is then overrule whatever scraper was set on source level.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - vw88 - 2012-04-29 21:29
(2012-04-29 20:33)olympia Wrote:(2012-04-29 19:02)vw88 Wrote: Didn't work but thanks for trying anyway Only way to fix the problem was to change the nfo files manualy for every movie that had this problem and then remove and re-add the movie to the library.
The nfo files that you get when you export the video library
Yes i am,I update to v1.0.3 and removed all the movies from the library that had the problem and ran a new search for them and they all came up just the same way as before with the strange titles.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - olympia - 2012-04-29 22:27
(2012-04-29 21:29)vw88 Wrote: The nfo files that you get when you export the video library
Try with v1.0.4 please.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - mortstar - 2012-04-29 23:54
(2012-04-29 19:48)mikeInside Wrote: ...
Unfortunately IMDb IDs do not link 100% correctly to RottenTomatoes pages. This is a problem with RottenTomatoes data integrity and will only be fixed when they clean their data. There are many threads mentioning lots and lots of movies (many of them very popular) at the RottenTomatoes Developer website, this is just one of them.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - vw88 - 2012-04-30 06:25
Tried that one to, still no change.
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - olympia - 2012-04-30 06:48
I ran out of ideas then. Can someone do a test on the following movie please with getting title from IMDb and use the 'keep originaltitle' setting and see if the title gets scraped correctly?
RE: [Release] Universal Scraper - Steveb - 2012-04-30 07:38
(2012-04-30 06:48)olympia Wrote: I ran out of ideas then. Can someone do a test on the following movie please with getting title from IMDb and use the 'keep originaltitle' setting and see if the title gets scraped correctly?
Seems to work ok for me on a dummy file I created..
Tôkyô zankoku keisatsu (original title)
If I scrape with USA/International I get the same movie with a title "Tokyo Gore Police".. All Good