(2016-07-31 16:00)redglory Wrote:(2016-07-30 22:44)zerocool_ie Wrote:Ok will try it like that. Although it works with movies (newauto)(2016-07-30 19:44)redglory Wrote: Are you using newskip all? I use newauto all...
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EDIT: @DanCooper works with newskip but fails with newauto?! Weird...
EDIT2: It works with new tvshows but not with tvshows already in database, when adding new episodes. New episodes don't get scraped. It might have something to do with new episodes not being marked as new?
I use sickbeard to organize my new tvshows/episodes. It creates an .nfo for every episode.
When using command-line scraping, new tvshows scrape fine(updated .nfo, posters, fanart, etc), but new episodes for already scraped shows don't get scraped.
It's the same when I run EMM and update my library.I have to use:
to re-scrape episodes so that episode names and images get correctly scraped into the DB.
Could we have some kind of "force" attribute so that every new episode with an .nfo get re-scraped? Or am I overthinking this?
-scrapetvshows does only scrape tv shows inkl. seasons and episodes. A new episode is not the same like a new tv show, so -scrapetvshows newauto all does not scrape an old tv show that only have new episodes.
Atm there is no way to scrape new episodes by command line. Normally new episodes will be scraped automatically while updating database, but only if not a NFO is already existing. Why you don't disable NFO creation in SickBeard if you want the rescrape it anyway?