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 Post subject: Enhanced reporting
PostPosted: March 22nd, 2017, 6:31 pm 
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I tend to iterate back through TV shows as higher-quality versions become available. So, I'll grab a 1080p HDTV rip and then replace it with a Blu Ray rip, or upgrade a 720p rip to 1080p and so forth.

The library export does fine for movies since it gives an idea of file quality. However, this feature would be extremely useful for TV shows as well.

I understand that such a report would take a LONG time to run (I'm at 355 multi-season shows and mini-series and counting), and that it would be huge.

I also understand that once files are renamed, such an enhancement would do ZERO to differentiate a HDTV rip from a BD rip (unless the info were stored in the file's metadata, which would take even LONGER to parse).

Nonetheless, adding quality info would give the quality-obsessed a significant leg up.

If this feature isn't worth burning development time on, does anyone have recommendations for a third-party tool that performs this kind of cataloging?


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