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[DEPRECIATED] XBMC Subtitles - Addon Script (previously OpenSubtitles OSD) - Printable Version

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- amet - 2010-09-05 19:54

kraaa Wrote:I made a thread on the general xbmc help thread but think it would possible to implement my idea on checking local folders for subs from where the movies is?

http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=80479

check that please and if it would be able to have it autosearch for the subtitles and extract to the subfolder i would love you 100% more Big Grin

how XBMC handles subtitles has nothing to do with this script. see my response there.


- amet - 2010-09-05 19:56

matejdro Wrote:I have updated my version and podnapisi.net seems to work now.

Thanks!

good to know, thx for letting us know Smile


Folder name lookup - alex84 - 2010-09-06 11:24

Hi i just updated to the new dharma release. When i test XBMC Subtitles script it works wery nice. What i was wondering is when the script search for subtitles it uses to file name correct? In my case the movie folder name is correct but sometimes the movie file name is not.

Example i have a folder with ex this name
Movie.Name.720p.Bluray.x264-GRP

In this folder i have an video file with this name
grp-moviename-720p.mkv

If there was an option to use folder name for lookup that would be awsome =)


- Veron - 2010-09-06 11:37

There is, it's called "Search using parent folder" on Advanced settings.

I think that the script will work better when you use library mode, so that the script gets the correct movie/show name and year.


- alex84 - 2010-09-06 18:09

okey tried that one. but still when i get the list of the subtitles i can see that the script search for the movie name and not the folder name. I can see the subtitles loads up and there is the subtitle for that exact release i have, and the folder that holds the movie has the same name. from what i can see the script is not using the directory name. tested in both file and library mode. Am i doing something wrong? Please confirm.


- amet - 2010-09-06 18:17

alex84 Wrote:okey tried that one. but still when i get the list of the subtitles i can see that the script search for the movie name and not the folder name. I can see the subtitles loads up and there is the subtitle for that exact release i have, and the folder that holds the movie has the same name. from what i can see the script is not using the directory name. tested in both file and library mode. Am i doing something wrong? Please confirm.

Post your debug log


- Amelandbor - 2010-09-06 19:45

First of all I want to thank you guys for creating this great addon.

But I have a problem.
When I try to download a srt, nothing happens.

I reproduced the problem with logging on and I think the following rules contain the problem.

Quote:19:30:26 T:2780167024 M:1363955712 INFO: -->Python script returned the following error<--
19:30:26 T:2780167024 M:1363955712 ERROR: Error Type: exceptions.IOError
19:30:26 T:2780167024 M:1363955712 ERROR: Error Contents: (13, 'Permission denied', '/nfs/Disk1/Series/The Big Bang Theory/Season 3/The Big Bang Theory - S03E01 - The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation.nl.srt')



- amet - 2010-09-06 19:49

Amelandbor Wrote:First of all I want to thank you guys for creating this great addon.

But I have a problem.
When I try to download a srt, nothing happens.

I reproduced the problem with logging on and I think the following rules contain the problem.

You don't have the write permission for the folder you are trying to save to.

Try setting it to your local drive in script settings


- Amelandbor - 2010-09-06 20:03

Ok, didn't see that setting before :|

Thanks a lot for the quick response.

Now I have to find a way to give xbmc write permissions to my NAS

Edit: Already found it, didn't put "rw" in my auto.nfs file


- pFranzen - 2010-09-07 19:26

Perhaps I'm missing something obvious, but how do I enable this plugin with the Alaska skin?

This:

"enable it under System->Skin->Addon Shortcuts->Video OSD-> Enable Subtitle Download in Video OSD and set the path to XBMC Subtitles"

...doesn't work. There is no "Skin" section in the "System" menu.

Confused


- alex84 - 2010-09-07 20:10

Amet Wrote:Post your debug log

Here is my debug log
http://pastebin.com/daTs2V0W


- amet - 2010-09-07 20:15

pFranzen Wrote:Perhaps I'm missing something obvious, but how do I enable this plugin with the Alaska skin?

This:

"enable it under System->Skin->Addon Shortcuts->Video OSD-> Enable Subtitle Download in Video OSD and set the path to XBMC Subtitles"

...doesn't work. There is no "Skin" section in the "System" menu.

Confused

you are going to have to ask on Alaska forum, not really sure about it


- amet - 2010-09-07 20:20

alex84 Wrote:Here is my debug log
http://pastebin.com/daTs2V0W

it finds the name of the movie just fine

Quote:Movie/Episode Title: [Brooklyn's Finest]

enable parent folder search in settings and you can search using folder name if the returned results are not satisfactory.


- pFranzen - 2010-09-07 20:36

Amet Wrote:you are going to have to ask on Alaska forum, not really sure about it

So whether a plugin can be activated is dependent on the skin that is being used? Doesn't that take away from the usability of this entire program? I guess I don't understand how a system or settings menu option can exist in one skin and not another.


- amet - 2010-09-07 21:14

pFranzen Wrote:So whether a plugin can be activated is dependent on the skin that is being used? Doesn't that take away from the usability of this entire program? I guess I don't understand how a system or settings menu option can exist in one skin and not another.

It is dependent on the skin author and if the subtitle addon support is included.

Some settings are skin dependantsome are not, that's just how it is.