(2014-06-01 22:47)Tangata Manu Wrote:(2014-06-01 20:46)erik.p Wrote: http://pastebin.com/Q36bDm37
Poked around in the logs, and found this...does that help?
Whether you see or not on your browser the title in Swedish, English whatsoever, is irrelevant to the scraping issue, which is what I am going to focus here.
The issue appears to be: when UMS scrapes the AKA ('also known as' titles) to get the us-English title (you can see that happening on lines 16-17 of your log), guess what happens! The one that IMDB displays on the main page of the movie is 'El laberinto del Fauno', even when 'Pan's Labyrinth' exists amongst the full list of AKA titles. The one that commands the us-en is the one displayed on the main page. You can see it yourself in IMDB's page for the movie, under the label 'Details', 5th line: "Also Known As: El laberinto del fauno See more »"
So, nothing to do with UMS but actually the way in which this data was first registered for this particular movie.
Action's you can take on your side
Go to Videos->Files and browse till you see the folder of this movie. Then hover on it and call contextual menu (press letter c or right-click mouse)->Select Change Content->Settings->Get Title From and select themoviedb.org, then English and press 'OK', and 'OK' again. Go to your movie library and within 'movie information' for the 'Laberinto del Fauno' select 'Refresh', and you will get the correct title from TMDB. This will only affect this particular movie and every time you want to refresh it, it will get the right info.
Not so immediate action (but could benefit others)
Try to edit this field on IMDB to show the first one as 'Pan's Labyrinth' (well, I have done this anyway and perhaps it will take effect within the next 2 weeks or perhaps not, up to them)
Hope that helps!
Thanks! Good to know I'm not going insane...even the all mighty IMDb can make errors...I ended up just adding a nfo file with the correct title (<title> Bla bla </title>) and the IMDB link and rescanned. Works for me. Thank you for your kind help!