J_K_M_A_N Wrote:Does anyone want to add an example of how you want things listed here and I will try to add some entries? I am not sure if you want real examples or just something like:
TV Show Name\Season #\TV Show Name - S##E## - Episode Name.avi
Or if you want some of it italicized or what. The above format works if you want to add that in whatever format you would like it in.
Ok, this is my testing, and I done a lot of testing...
For me it doesn't do recursive scans when you TV shows are actually located on the Xbox (like mine) and all I could get to work was when I put the avi in the root of the Series files like so
\Battlestar Galactica\S03E01 - whatever.avi and that works fine
Then by chance (coz I don;t use SMB normally, I tried it that way and found the following
\Battlestar Galactica\Season 3\Battlestar Galactica.S03E04 - Whatever.avi was being scanned.
Then I started testing regexp... and I had a few problems, but the regexp causing my the least greief is this
This will pick up the following
\Battlestar Galactica\season 3\01 - test.avi
It doesn't like this example
\Battlestar Galactica\season 3\01 - 33.avi
I did some testing, and for some reason it refused to scan a folder called S
eason 4. It didn't matter whether I used eitehr of the following expressions
which both past regexp testers.
I did try various things after the episode selction, but it didn't like anything I did.
To be honest I've given up. All my season folders are now named with lower case, and I'm buying a nice new NAS HDD to store all the stuff that was on my xbox (I needed a good excuse for a 1TB drive)
BUT, if any one can suggest something that will work for the following example I would be grateful..
\Battlestar Galactica\Season 1\01 - 33.avi
Love the work, I love it so much I get disappointed when then are no svn updates when I check =)