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 Post subject: better download parsing
PostPosted: May 9th, 2012, 7:56 pm 
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Just a suggestion with the download parser:

Allow it to "force" a tvdb or imdb ID WITHIN the actual folder name,

so say I have:

Dragonball Z\Season1\1.avi

Normally this wont detect properly, however if there was a way to do:

Dragonball Z [[tv#234567]]\Season 1\1.avi

The parser could then take that and say OK, everything underneath this folder (regardless of the file name, is for this TV show. This way it would process the 1.avi with the assumptions it is episode 1, season 1 of dbz.


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 Post subject: Re: better download parsing
PostPosted: May 9th, 2012, 8:07 pm 
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I think you may be using the download parser in ways it wasn't designed for.

The parser is designed to be used on fresh downloads (individual movies, individual episodes, and -- occasionally -- one season of a show). Instead, you should have that folder in your library, and fetch it as a T.V. show. Since you have an existing season-folder substructure, there are far looser regulations on what you need to name episodes during a fetch.

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