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 Post subject: Can't write NFO files
PostPosted: October 19th, 2020, 3:45 pm 
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I'm having trouble writing NFO metadata files to my movies directory. As you can see from the screenshot, some NFO files are encountering errors while others (the majority of movies) aren't encountering errors. Why is that? And how can I avoid the errors?

My movies are on a mapped network drive. I cannot use a network path because "My Network" doesn't list my server, although if I manually type in the path, I can still access it.

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 Post subject: Re: Can't write NFO files
PostPosted: October 19th, 2020, 3:50 pm 
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Here is what I got if I try the troubleshooter -> test permissions function:


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Testing on path: \\unRAID\Videos\Movies\_Inbox Movies
... checking that the path exists
...... finished successfully
... testing path attributes (hidden, system, read-only, and offline)
...... finished successfully
... getting contents for this path
...... finished successfully
... creating an empty XML file ('_MCM_troubleshooter.xml')
...... finished successfully
... deleting the empty XML file ('_MCM_troubleshooter.xml')
...... finished successfully
... creating an empty picture file ('_MCM_troubleshooter.jpg')
...... finished successfully
... deleting the empty picture file ('_MCM_troubleshooter.jpg')
... checking all existing files in this path
...... \\unRAID\Videos\Movies\_Inbox Movies\._.DS_Store
......... checking file properties/attributes, file I/O availability, and access/permissions
...... \\unRAID\Videos\Movies\_Inbox Movies\.DS_Store
......... checking file properties/attributes, file I/O availability, and access/permissions
...... \\unRAID\Videos\Movies\_Inbox Movies\3 Things (2017)\3.Things.2017.Bluray.1080p.DTS-HD.x264-Grym.mkv
......... checking file properties/attributes, file I/O availability, and access/permissions
......... checking video file details
............ error: exception thrown by the .Net framework
............ (Media Center Master's MediaCenterMaster.VideoInfo() threw an exception)
............ (exception thrown: System.Exception, Video is not valid:  MediaInfo and FFMPEG both failed via VidInfo.exe utility.)


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