[WIP] AniDB.net Anime Video Scraper - Printable Version
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- snyft - 2010-08-15 15:52
Scorpius Wrote:Post your debug log (use pastebin or something) where you scan one of the shows and we can figure it out.
There you go
- Scorpius - 2010-08-15 18:25
Well I can't see the beginning of the log where the advancedsettings.xml is parsed. Those filenames are parsed with no problems using the settings I posted.
I don't use the "Season x" for anime folders and maybe that's a difference, and in that case http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=51614 would work better.
- snyft - 2010-08-15 19:17
Scorpius Wrote:Well I can't see the beginning of the log where the advancedsettings.xml is parsed. Those filenames are parsed with no problems using the settings I posted.
Nah it works now, i forgot to add the <advancedsettings> tags >_<.
Btw i noticied it had some difficulty picking up double episodes anyway to mark them some way?
- Scorpius - 2010-08-15 19:22
Yeah and that's a problem. That one will be recognized as episode 08 only. That happens to me too. The wiki says if you add a third pair of parenthesis at the end you can recognize multi-episodes.
Quote:NOTE: for multi-episode matching to work, there needs to be a third set of parentheses on the end. This part is fed back into the regexp engine.
I think I have tried it with no success. For your Aoi Bungaku episode you would have to add before the first line something like:
Tell me if it works! I have some multi-episodes not recognized as such.
- snyft - 2010-08-15 20:50
Scorpius Wrote:Yeah and that's a problem. That one will be recognized as episode 08 only. That happens to me too. The wiki says if you add a third pair of parenthesis at the end you can recognize multi-episodes.
I just added your regexp to the top of your other settings and it dident find the episode as a multi-episode
- gates - 2010-08-15 22:51
my regexp find every ep and multi-ep on my all anime (75, from many team, with different name style)
It works great for me !
just have a non-fasle positive with "Eyeshield 21"
I rename "Eyeshield 21" => "Eyeshield21" and have no more problem.
the "?v?V?[0-9]?H?D?h?d?v?V?[0-9]?" is for anime.015v2, anime.014HD, and anime.016hdv3 etc
- snyft - 2010-08-16 11:45
Dident work for my Aoi Bungaku
- gates - 2010-08-16 12:11
should be !
does other ep ( 01 => 06 ) works ? or only your multi "_07-08_"
have you a parent folder with number ?
ex : D:/mangas/Aoi bungaku/Season 01/[gg]_Aoi_Bungaku_-_07-08_[E179D65A]
- snyft - 2010-08-16 12:35
gates Wrote:should be !
Yes but no season folder. Also all the other episodes works with the settings scorpius posted.
Edit: Fixed the multiepisodes with:
Will prob give alot of false readings i guess tho.
Edit2: Any idea why it wont add Code_Geass_R2_Ep01_The_Day_a_Demon_Awakens_[720p,BluRay,x264]_-_THORA? Is it the R2 thing?
tried making my own with regexp>[\._ \-]()([0-9]+)Ep(-[0-9]+)?</regexp> any help to with what i did wrong would be much appreciated.
Edit3: Fixed it with regexp>[\._ \-]Ep()([0-9]+)(-[0-9]+)?</regexp>
- gates - 2010-08-16 13:11
I think, it's the "Ep01"
the episode number must be between "." , "_" and "-".
change your regexp => i guess like this <regexp>[/\._ \-]E?e?P?p?()([0-9]+)(-[0-9]+)?</regexp>
or rename file with "R2_Ep_01_"
for Code Geass R2, i have renamed all ep with S02Exx format and use theTVDB scrapper.
you'll get a single Code Geass SerieTV with the 2 season inside