Release - tinyMediaManager - a media manager written in Java (Win/Mac/Linux)

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imstkgp Offline
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Post: #691
Hello friends I have found the complete code in java to create your own download manager here .I found it helpful so I am posting this. Hope it would be helpful to you too.

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peram1 Offline
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Post: #692
Sad EXPORT TO HTML ...

when doing a movie export (detail) I get a correct list of the selcted movies in index.html
BUT only one movie in the "movies" directory .html ...

just a bug or am I doing something wrong ?
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Post: #693
please send us the logs, after you tried it again.
(use the BugReporting formular inside TMM)

Just tried it, it works here... generating all the HTML files...

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peram1 Offline
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Post: #694
ok - sent ...
to me it seems it cannot write the proper <movie>.html detail file ... Huh

thx for looking into it
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14. Nov. 2014 - Version 2.6.4
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+ changed Fanart.tv to v3 API (with clientKey)
+ added more artwork scraping dialogs
+ new Excel export template (xml)
+ added $L language renaming option
+ added/improved 3D handling
+ certification bulk edit
+ add season to image chooser title
+ remember last opened directory in the directory/file chooser
x fixed BD NFO
x fixed Excel export template
x fixed/improved some tooltips
x improved artwork sorting, better language detection
x fixed MacOS startup; Java detection, executable, ...
x fixed SSxEE TvShow parser
x fixed movie exporter filename generation
x ingore folders/files starting with .@
x many code cleanups

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arzach Offline
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Post: #696
The last update broke everything for me Sad(

Here’s the detail, running on Mac OSX 10.9.5:

The app doesn’t start anymore, even with a fresh reboot of the OS.

I uninstalled it (also deleting the folder in my user library) and reinstalled again.

Then it finally start again, empty.

I entered the source and did a scan, add some episodes, and register the app as a donator.

It asked me to restart the app so I shut it down but then it doesn’t start again.

Is there an older version to download so I can try with that?



EDIT: New test

Uninstalled again, reinstalled.
First run is ok, then I simply closed the app without doing anything.
Since then it doesn't run anymore.


SOLVED:

I've installed a proper Java client (not the one included in the OS) and now it works.

Sorry.
(This post was last modified: 2014-11-18 19:13 by arzach.)
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mlaggner Offline
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Post: #697
so you changed to Oracles Java 8? (Just to be informed if another user has the same problem Wink )

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arzach Offline
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Post: #698
Yes, the latest offered from Oracle Java website.
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RazorFR Offline
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Post: #699
Really nice app.

The only drawback vs EMM, I have noticed is that it doesn't seem to recognize correctly DTS Master Audio Tracks (but Dolby True HD is scraped correctly)
For DTS HD, it generates a nfo including <codec>DTS</codec>. I believe it should be <codec>DTS-MA</codec> instead.
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myron Offline
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Post: #700
we are looking into this.
We maybe just need to upgrade our mediainfo.

For the NFO entries i wouldn't really care.
XBMC does not need them, and (over)writes them on every access...

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RazorFR Offline
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Post: #701
Yes indeed, xbmc changes the codec when playing the file, I've just noticed.

I've also seen that when Searching/Scraping TMM is renaming automatically my external subtitles from xxxx.en.srt to xxxx.anglais.srt Smile
Very strange... As I am French, it doesn't bother me a lot, but I'm not sure if it is really intended to work that way (TMM UI is in english, and I am running Windows 7 in French)
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Post: #702
yes, this is intentional ^^
We rename the subtitle to the user's default Java language, since XBMC displays this filename part in UI.
But you are right, we might tweak that to use the GUI language, not the system one...

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