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Hi @vbat99 
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Can you please add Rotten Tomatoes to the list so we can go there like the other two websites.
This is the ratings for Peninsula from Rotten Tomatoes:
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This is what Media Companion scraped:
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What could be the reason for not scraping the ratings?
Thanks
Kodi v18.9 (Aeon MQ8 Multi-Mod) running on Windows 10
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(2020-12-20, 16:23)JanM201 Wrote: Hi @vbat99 
See picture:
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Can you please add Rotten Tomatoes to the list so we can go there like the other two websites.
This is the ratings for Peninsula from Rotten Tomatoes:
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This is what Media Companion scraped:
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What could be the reason for not scraping the ratings?
Thanks


There is no API for Rotten Tomatoes except for a Pay version. And no way to link a selected movie with a Rotten Tomato web page.

We use OMDBApi to get the Metacritic etc scores.
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Hey Ro - I'm sure you've already been asked this, but any plan to change to support extrafanart processing? I know the answer will be yes - eventually (you do have a life after all). My real question is if there is a way to support migrating current extrafanart in folders, renaming and moving to main video folder? I know it's a big ask, but before I move to Matrix, I wanna get my art in order.

Thanks
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BUG: the TMDB id for episodes (I think for series, too) is not scraped on the initial scan, so I have to do a batch rescrape afterwards. The problem is that, during that second scan, it replaces the TVDB id of the episode(s) with the TVDB id of the tv series.

REQUEST: Is it possible to convert the legacy ratings to the newer format without rescraping them? Sometimes, they are bombed by trolls, so I'd prefer to not update them
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I'm slightly confused on naming a double tv episode.
Example... I have Gotham season 3... double episode with the last 2 episodes 21 and 22.
So I know to make it

S03E21E22 - name of episode.mkv

But what should I actually use for the name of the episode since these are listed as 2 separate episodes on thetvdb?... with completely different names... as in not a part 1 and part 2.
Or do I leave the name blank and let MC3 handle it?

EDIT>>>I'm even more confused... I just checked my Seinfeld collection where I knew there were some double episodes.
Season 9... the last 4 episodes.
These are my files

S09E21-S09E22 - The Clip Show (a.k.a. The Chronicle).mpg
S09E23-S09E24 - The Finale.mpg

When I look at these in Kodi they are listed as four separate episodes.
21 and 22 are both the same file when played and 23 and 24 are the same as well.

Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong here?
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(2021-01-20, 21:02)RonnieG3 Wrote: Hey Ro - I'm sure you've already been asked this, but any plan to change to support extrafanart processing? I know the answer will be yes - eventually (you do have a life after all). My real question is if there is a way to support migrating current extrafanart in folders, renaming and moving to main video folder? I know it's a big ask, but before I move to Matrix, I wanna get my art in order.

Thanks

Hey Ronnie

Yes, still working on multi Poster and Fanart images and some way to convert from Extrafanart. Work in progress still.

Rob
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(2021-01-28, 06:36)adun79 Wrote: BUG: the TMDB id for episodes (I think for series, too) is not scraped on the initial scan, so I have to do a batch rescrape afterwards. The problem is that, during that second scan, it replaces the TVDB id of the episode(s) with the TVDB id of the tv series.

REQUEST: Is it possible to convert the legacy ratings to the newer format without rescraping them? Sometimes, they are bombed by trolls, so I'd prefer to not update them

Will check on TMDb Id on initial scrape.

As for converting legacy ratings, I'll figure a way for the next release where if a Movie, will get loaded as TMDB ratings, if TV then as if from TVDB.
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(2021-02-04, 20:07)huttdes Wrote: I'm slightly confused on naming a double tv episode.
Example... I have Gotham season 3... double episode with the last 2 episodes 21 and 22.
So I know to make it

S03E21E22 - name of episode.mkv

But what should I actually use for the name of the episode since these are listed as 2 separate episodes on thetvdb?... with completely different names... as in not a part 1 and part 2.
Or do I leave the name blank and let MC3 handle it?

EDIT>>>I'm even more confused... I just checked my Seinfeld collection where I knew there were some double episodes.
Season 9... the last 4 episodes.
These are my files

S09E21-S09E22 - The Clip Show (a.k.a. The Chronicle).mpg
S09E23-S09E24 - The Finale.mpg

When I look at these in Kodi they are listed as four separate episodes.
21 and 22 are both the same file when played and 23 and 24 are the same as well.

Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong here?

As a filename can only get one episode title, it is usually the first episode in a multi-episode file. Also, at present, only the image from the first episode is stored.

In Kodi, While you will see two entries, eg if filename is S09E21E22, in Kodi you will see Episode 21 and then Episode 22, each episode will have its own plot etc details.
BUT, Kodi will play it as one continuous file as it is one file.
So once played in Kodi, both EP 21 & 22 will get checked as watched.

No way around this as no way of knowing where the split between episodes is.

Alternatively, you can find a Video Splitter program and split each episode it its own file.

BTW, recommend format of SxxExxExxExx etc for naming of multi-episode file.
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