1 Movie - multiple files
#16
so do i.
Just tested with current 2.6.9 - works as expected...

Please send us the logfile after importing via built-in BugReporting....
(Or try it with fresh settings - backup & delete config.xml)
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#17
I'm sorry, it was my fault! Used a wrong directory structure. Everything is working as it should!

Thanks for your fast support!
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#18
Seems that the scraper is unable to detect some of the naming schemes used in scene releases. Example:

Directory of M:\Real.Steel.DVDRip.XviD-DEFACED

03.01.2012 22:37 <DIR> .
28.10.2015 20:54 <DIR> ..
03.01.2012 21:27 16 671 def-realsteel-xvid.nfo
03.01.2012 19:21 729 208 832 def-realsteel-b.avi
03.01.2012 19:21 733 681 664 def-realsteel-a.avi
3 File(s) 1 462 907 167 bytes
2 Dir(s) 17 607 909 376 bytes free

TinyMediaManager claims the dir contains several movies and will not be imported when in reality it just contains the movie in two parts. Any way around this without having to rename the filenames?
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#19
You are right, the -a/-b is an (yet) unrecognized format.
We currently only detect part#​,​cd#​,​dvd#​,​pt#​,​disk#​,​disc#​ format.
Have to check, if we can get this into upcoming 2.7, or in a later release...
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