[RELEASE] XBMC Subtitles - Addon Script

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(2012-04-25 09:09)amet Wrote:  https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subt...355c4f3cad might fix it, I still cant reproduce the issue Sad

@Agnew
if you can use the above and see if it fixes it and let us know please

Thanks, I tried and got an error in the subtitle script message.
What did work for some time, (I'll go into it later) was creating a new clean profile. I was able to download and extract subs like a charm.
Eventually, I bumped into the same problem and , as has been pointed in previous posts, it has been after downloading Spanish subtitles with strange characters instead of "ñ".
Again a clean profile solves the issue and I will keep away from Spanish sources for a while, but I wanted to thank you for your time and effort and also help, if possible, to locate the problem.
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(2012-05-02 00:00)ronie Wrote:  
(2012-05-01 23:43)MicaH_Z Wrote:  Hi guys,

i need some help. Since I upgraded to Eden I'm no longer able to download subtitles.

Here's my log: http://pastebin.com/mvypur5A

Here's what's weird:
the log states: failed to get url 'http://api.bierdopje.com/369C2ED4261DE9C3/GetAllSubsFor/9203/5/22/nl' but if I copy/paste that url in my browser I get a nice response with a sweet xml like page containing several subtitles for the episode I want.

Hopfully someone here can give me a clue as to what's going on... Life is so much sweeter with a working subtitle addon.

Kind regards,

MicaH

looks like xbmc can't connect to the internet
check if the proxy setting in xbmc isn't accidentally enabled.

Settings > Network > Internet Access > Use HTTP proxy...

Ofc FULL Debug Log would have all that info Wink


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(2012-05-02 01:11)Agnew Wrote:  
(2012-04-25 09:09)amet Wrote:  https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subt...355c4f3cad might fix it, I still cant reproduce the issue Sad

@Agnew
if you can use the above and see if it fixes it and let us know please

Thanks, I tried and got an error in the subtitle script message.
What did work for some time, (I'll go into it later) was creating a new clean profile. I was able to download and extract subs like a charm.
Eventually, I bumped into the same problem and , as has been pointed in previous posts, it has been after downloading Spanish subtitles with strange characters instead of "ñ".
Again a clean profile solves the issue and I will keep away from Spanish sources for a while, but I wanted to thank you for your time and effort and also help, if possible, to locate the problem.

its interesting, what you describe looks like an error while cleaning the temp folder. could you send me the log when this happens please.

cheers,
amet


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http://www.flickr.com/photos/77665410@N04/6991569424/

Getting this even when I applied specific commits to my 3.1.0 XBMC Subtitles addon.

Commit SHAs I applied:
9af88f0f94d965b659927bbfc4c9378b57831b77

I would post debug log but wanted to see if there's any other commits I should try to apply first into my XBMC subtitle directory but I looked at the other commits and don't really see anything that would help me out.

The subtitle addon reports itself as 3.1.0 in XBMC.
(This post was last modified: 2012-05-03 05:20 by darthdiablo.)
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(2012-05-03 05:19)darthdiablo Wrote:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/77665410@N04/6991569424/

Getting this even when I applied specific commits to my 3.1.0 XBMC Subtitles addon.

Commit SHAs I applied:
9af88f0f94d965b659927bbfc4c9378b57831b77

I would post debug log but wanted to see if there's any other commits I should try to apply first into my XBMC subtitle directory but I looked at the other commits and don't really see anything that would help me out.

The subtitle addon reports itself as 3.1.0 in XBMC.

Any commit after 3.1.0 from https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subtitles/commits/

Debug Log is always helpfull


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(2012-05-03 06:07)amet Wrote:  
(2012-05-03 05:19)darthdiablo Wrote:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/77665410@N04/6991569424/

Getting this even when I applied specific commits to my 3.1.0 XBMC Subtitles addon.

Commit SHAs I applied:
9af88f0f94d965b659927bbfc4c9378b57831b77

I would post debug log but wanted to see if there's any other commits I should try to apply first into my XBMC subtitle directory but I looked at the other commits and don't really see anything that would help me out.

The subtitle addon reports itself as 3.1.0 in XBMC.

Any commit after 3.1.0 from https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subtitles/commits/

debug log is always helpfull

Here's the debug log: http://pastebin.com/nC0ePtn0
(This post was last modified: 2012-05-03 07:24 by darthdiablo.)
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(2012-05-03 07:23)darthdiablo Wrote:  
(2012-05-03 06:07)amet Wrote:  
(2012-05-03 05:19)darthdiablo Wrote:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/77665410@N04/6991569424/

Getting this even when I applied specific commits to my 3.1.0 XBMC Subtitles addon.

Commit SHAs I applied:
9af88f0f94d965b659927bbfc4c9378b57831b77

I would post debug log but wanted to see if there's any other commits I should try to apply first into my XBMC subtitle directory but I looked at the other commits and don't really see anything that would help me out.

The subtitle addon reports itself as 3.1.0 in XBMC.

Any commit after 3.1.0 from https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subtitles/commits/

debug log is always helpfull

Here's the debug log: http://pastebin.com/nC0ePtn0

https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subt...006068fa91 <- try that


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Can I ask why the 'Disable hash search' option was removed?
While I usually had far better results with hashed searches, sometimes it will return no result at all.. However, non-hashed search in those cases would indeed find a few 'compatible' subtitles sometimes. I have used that option in a few emergency cases, and I'm sad to see it go. Sad
I have rollbacked to the precedent version for now, but maybe there is a serious reason why you did it?

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(2012-05-05 00:50)Zelgadis87 Wrote:  Can I ask why the 'Disable hash search' option was removed?
While I usually had far better results with hashed searches, sometimes it will return no result at all.. However, non-hashed search in those cases would indeed find a few 'compatible' subtitles sometimes. I have used that option in a few emergency cases, and I'm sad to see it go. Sad
I have rollbacked to the precedent version for now, but maybe there is a serious reason why you did it?

Thanks

Disable Hash search only has effect on opensubtitles and podnapisi. It was added as a band-aid solution for some issues where python couldn't calculate the hash of a file on smb/nfs/afp share. Since xbmc does the hash calculation now it is not needed anymore(it wasn't needed for about a year, I was just lazy to remove it)


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(2012-05-05 07:48)amet Wrote:  
(2012-05-05 00:50)Zelgadis87 Wrote:  Can I ask why the 'Disable hash search' option was removed?
While I usually had far better results with hashed searches, sometimes it will return no result at all.. However, non-hashed search in those cases would indeed find a few 'compatible' subtitles sometimes. I have used that option in a few emergency cases, and I'm sad to see it go. Sad
I have rollbacked to the precedent version for now, but maybe there is a serious reason why you did it?

Thanks

Disable Hash search only has effect on opensubtitles and podnapisi. It was added as a band-aid solution for some issues where python couldn't calculate the hash of a file on smb/nfs/afp share. Since xbmc does the hash calculation now it is not needed anymore(it wasn't needed for about a year, I was just lazy to remove it)

Oh, so it didn't have any effect on the actual search results in the last few months?
Seems a bit odd to me, but okay, maybe there were some other factors involved Smile
Thanks for the reply.
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(2012-05-02 09:05)amet Wrote:  
(2012-05-02 01:11)Agnew Wrote:  
(2012-04-25 09:09)amet Wrote:  https://github.com/amet/script.xbmc.subt...355c4f3cad might fix it, I still cant reproduce the issue Sad

@Agnew
if you can use the above and see if it fixes it and let us know please

Thanks, I tried and got an error in the subtitle script message.
What did work for some time, (I'll go into it later) was creating a new clean profile. I was able to download and extract subs like a charm.
Eventually, I bumped into the same problem and , as has been pointed in previous posts, it has been after downloading Spanish subtitles with strange characters instead of "ñ".
Again a clean profile solves the issue and I will keep away from Spanish sources for a while, but I wanted to thank you for your time and effort and also help, if possible, to locate the problem.

its interesting, what you describe looks like an error while cleaning the temp folder. could you send me the log when this happens please.

cheers,
amet

Ok, I tried again with that "ñ" subs while debbuging so here is the log.
Hope it helps.
http://xbmclogs.com/show.php?id=2272
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First of all I want to stress that my name is Luis, I'm from Brazil and that was translated with Google Translator. Forgiveness for any mistakes.

Recently I started using XBMC (Eden,Ubuntu) and am really enjoying it. Unfortunately did not speak English (a penalty) and therefore have to use subtitles. Now let's stop the bullshit and let the problem.

The main site that gathers subtitles in Portuguese (which by the way also I help in the translation Big Grin ) is the Legendas.tv and even better is that the script can use it.

I can see the subtitles and when I click to download, nothing happens. It just gets "Downloading subtitles." Confused

I gave one investigated and can reach the folder where they are cached "/ home / luis / .xbmc / userdata / addon_data / script.xbmc.subtitles" and see them there until extracted.

I tried to get the log, I hope that has cut too much or less.

Log

I appreciate any response, and forgive the bad English.

Thank you. Cool
(This post was last modified: 2012-05-06 05:14 by luisdpaula.)
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I have the same problem with legendas.tv, with xbmc Eden, Ubuntu 12.04.
The addon only downloads and finishes ok, but does not extract the subtitle folder.
With opensubtitles.org works ok, but not with legendas.tv.

My log below:

log

Sorry for my bad English

Thank you



(2012-05-06 05:14)luisdpaula Wrote:  First of all I want to stress that my name is Luis, I'm from Brazil and that was translated with Google Translator. Forgiveness for any mistakes.

Recently I started using XBMC (Eden,Ubuntu) and am really enjoying it. Unfortunately did not speak English (a penalty) and therefore have to use subtitles. Now let's stop the bullshit and let the problem.

The main site that gathers subtitles in Portuguese (which by the way also I help in the translation Big Grin ) is the Legendas.tv and even better is that the script can use it.

I can see the subtitles and when I click to download, nothing happens. It just gets "Downloading subtitles." Confused

I gave one investigated and can reach the folder where they are cached "/ home / luis / .xbmc / userdata / addon_data / script.xbmc.subtitles" and see them there until extracted.

I tried to get the log, I hope that has cut too much or less.

Log

I appreciate any response, and forgive the bad English.

Thank you. Cool
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(2012-05-08 06:10)jrstravino Wrote:  I have the same problem with legendas.tv, with xbmc Eden, Ubuntu 12.04.
The addon only downloads and finishes ok, but does not extract the subtitle folder.
With opensubtitles.org works ok, but not with legendas.tv.

My log below:

log

Sorry for my bad English

Thank you



(2012-05-06 05:14)luisdpaula Wrote:  First of all I want to stress that my name is Luis, I'm from Brazil and that was translated with Google Translator. Forgiveness for any mistakes.

Recently I started using XBMC (Eden,Ubuntu) and am really enjoying it. Unfortunately did not speak English (a penalty) and therefore have to use subtitles. Now let's stop the bullshit and let the problem.

The main site that gathers subtitles in Portuguese (which by the way also I help in the translation Big Grin ) is the Legendas.tv and even better is that the script can use it.

I can see the subtitles and when I click to download, nothing happens. It just gets "Downloading subtitles." Confused

I gave one investigated and can reach the folder where they are cached "/ home / luis / .xbmc / userdata / addon_data / script.xbmc.subtitles" and see them there until extracted.

I tried to get the log, I hope that has cut too much or less.

Log

I appreciate any response, and forgive the bad English.

Thank you. Cool

is it a rar archive? is the xbmc built with rar support?


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Code:
is it a rar archive? is the xbmc built with rar support?

Yes it is in rar, always worked with all versions of xbmc,
but with the default xbmc eden in the repositories of ubuntu 12.04 the subtittles addon with legendas.tv is not working anymore.

Using the addon with opensubtitles.org files are also in. RAR and works. I do not understand why the legendas.tv no longer works?

thank you...
(This post was last modified: 2012-05-08 21:05 by jrstravino.)
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