[RELEASE] Movieplayer.it scraper for Movies new version (Italian) - Printable Version
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- KoTiX - 2010-09-27 23:37
Tnx for reporting it, Imdb changed some stuff on the site, I'm working on it and i'm thinking to retreive those data from imdb.it instead of imdb.com.
- KoTiX - 2010-09-28 07:26
The scraper is updated, enjoy
- gulp - 2010-09-28 07:44
It's ok again now! As always, thank you!
- KoTiX - 2010-10-15 00:21
Just to let you know guys, Movieplayer has finally removed the base64 search encoding so we can use it's own search engine instead of using google.
I already submitted to my git and to xbmc repo the new version of the scraper, so expect an automatic update soon.
The Google search is still there for those who want a quicker search, just enable it in the settings.
I also added an option to download just the main poster or all the movieplayer.it posters (main poster should be quicker too).
Hope you enjoy it as usual.
- elite1967 - 2010-10-22 16:01
I am having trouble with the scraper:
I have several italian ripped DVDs in one directory and all of them have a .nfo file pointing to the relevant page in "movieplayer.it".
But I am not able to define sets in the nfo file:
Let me explain better:
Files in the directory:
Amici Miei atto II.iso
Amici Miei atto II.nfo
If I use the following 2 .nfo files it works perfectly:
But if I use these in order to create sets, it doesn't show anything:
What is wrong?
- spiff - 2010-10-22 16:05
partially my fault. the scraper isn't updated to use the required <url> tag. try this
- elite1967 - 2010-10-22 16:07
I don't undesratnd how to use this code.
I am using both a Windows and Linux Live version.
Where am I supposed to paste it?
- spiff - 2010-10-22 16:27
it's a patch. you need to edit (paths are for live, i don't know the windows side of shit properly) ~/.xbmc/addons/metadata.movieplayer.it/movieplayer.xml and apply the changes i've done. basically, it's changing the output in the NfoUrl function to <url>\1</url> instead of just \1
- elite1967 - 2010-10-22 16:53
I tried your code but the result is still the same.
Here is the beginning of my movieplayer.xml:
I don't know if this could help, but it's part of the xbmc.log:
Anything wrong that I am doing?
- spiff - 2010-10-22 16:55
need debug logging enabled to really tell but that seems to indicate the urls are incorrect. your changes looks fine.