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 Post subject: Prefer IMDB order over TVDB
PostPosted: August 17th, 2017, 6:57 pm 
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I have a problem with the show Intervention. Basically the problem is that I have my episodes arranged in the order shown via IMDB but like a fool I triggered the renaming of episodes without realizing it would use the order of things in TVDB.

It doesn't seem to matter what I do, even forcing the fetcher to be IMDB doesn't result in a successful naming of each episode. For example, I have s02e01 as Corrine, see:


But TVDB lists this as the 15th episode of Season 1.

Can I force MCM to use the IMDB order somehow? If it helps, I've noticed that the IMDB fetch also seems to throw weird stuff in the debug logs (something about the wrong dateTime, it's in a smaller, different font than the usual output) and is essentially just skipping Season 2 altogether.

If there's not a way to do this without resorting to the hell I had to endure just to get The Shield working (just endless metadata erasing, fetching, force fetching, prayers, candlelight vigils, etc.) I'll go do it manually but I would like to perhaps do something else this weekend, so any help or advice is appreciated!


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