20 Nov 2019 - TVDB Scraper v3.2.0 is now available which reinstates scraping. TVDB are still in the process of fixing a number of bugs so there may still be further breakages. See this post. 2901570 (post)

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MediaElch - MediaManager for Mac/Linux/Win (with music library scraping)
The latest nightly detects audio codecs, but hd codecs aren't detected correctly. For example instead of dtshd_ma I only get dts.
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Hey all, got a question:

I use ME exclusively for music. I'd like to export a list of the Artists I have. I installed the 3 options under the Export setting, but nothing gives me the option to export music. Is there a way to get a text, csv, xls, xml, or any other type of format for music? It's for a project I'm working on and would really love a solution if anyone has any ideas.

Thanks
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(2019-11-05, 04:07)RonnieG3 Wrote: Hey all, got a question:

I use ME exclusively for music. I'd like to export a list of the Artists I have. I installed the 3 options under the Export setting, but nothing gives me the option to export music. Is there a way to get a text, csv, xls, xml, or any other type of format for music? It's for a project I'm working on and would really love a solution if anyone has any ideas.

Thanks

Hi,

I'm sorry but MediaElch does not yet support exporting of artist and albums. :/


Regards,
Andre
MediaElch: Thread v2.6.2 | GitHub | Docs | Blog
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Hi Andre

Excellent job with ME. My favorite media manager for a long time.

Question: Why when scraping from iMDb the certification it's not fully scraped?. I mean for example... for the -How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World-, it scraps only the "Rated PG" and not "Rated PG for adventure action and some mild rude humor"

If it's iMDb api issue is there any other way to get that info for a bunch of movies?. I am rebuilding my library and i have about 400-500 movies and to update each one manually it's kinda hard!

Cheers
Nessus
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(2019-11-11, 01:56)nessus Wrote: Question: Why when scraping from iMDb the certification it's not fully scraped?. I mean for example... for the -How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World-, it scraps only the "Rated PG" and not "Rated PG for adventure action and some mild rude humor"

If it's iMDb api issue is there any other way to get that info for a bunch of movies?. I am rebuilding my library and i have about 400-500 movies and to update each one manually it's kinda hard!

Hi,

it's how we scrape movie details from IMDb. We scrape details from IMDb's website and the certificate is stored as '"contentRating": "PG-13",' without any further details. Even though you see more information (e.g. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0240772/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2 ) like "Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual content" we don't scrape that. That line isn't tagged in a way that makes it easy for us to scrape (it's only text that does not have any tags like "certificate: ").
I'm sorry but I don't plan on changing that anytime soon. :/

Regards,
Andre
MediaElch: Thread v2.6.2 | GitHub | Docs | Blog
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Yea... ι imagined it was a IMDB issue but i thought to ask just to be sure.

Are you aware of any other way to do this just for one time for a bunch of movies ?.

In any case thank you for your answer and if its possible just put it in your to-do-list.


Cheers
Nessus
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