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Feature Request - custom Trailer filenames
#1
Hello,

I am requesting to option to set filenames for downloaded trailers.

Let's say I have a file named Movie.1999.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264-HiDt.mkv and I want to download the trailer from the app,
it will download the trailer as Movie.1999.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264-HiDt-trailer

Later on, I find a better encode of Movie.1999 and it is filename is Movie.1999.BluRay.720p.x264.AC3-npuer.mkv but the downloaded trailer will still be Movie.1999.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264-HiDt-trailer

I would like the option for trailers to be named <movie>.<year>.<resolution>-trailer
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#2
Well, despite what you want, Kodi finds trailers only in <filename>-trailer.ext format.
And there can be only one trailer file.

When this requirement changes, we might expand that, but for now we probably won't...

PS:
When you find a better trailer - what is the usecase for keeping the bad one?
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#3
(2017-11-08, 09:47)myron Wrote: Well, despite what you want, Kodi finds trailers only in <filename>-trailer.ext format.
And there can be only one trailer file.

When this requirement changes, we might expand that, but for now we probably won't...

PS:
When you find a better trailer - what is the usecase for keeping the bad one?

Ok, I wasn’t aware that tmm was designed for Kodi I was thinking it was more of a AIO media manager. I use PLEX and it will find the trailer as long as it is in the same directory as the movie and ends with -trailer.ext

The trailer is not what I upgrade it is the film, but because if the current settings the trailer will still have the filename of my deleted file.

example.

Movie (1999)
  Movie.1999.AAC.720.mkv
  Movie.1999.AAC.720-trailer.com (grabbed with tmm)

and then I update the movie file

Movie (1999)
  Movie.1999.DTS.1080.mkv
  Movie.1999.AAC.720-trailer.com (still has the filename tmm assigned)
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#4
Ah ok.
That way round.
Yes, should already work.
At least, when the movie is in it's own folder.

Just replace movie with better quality one,
press update inside TMM
and after a "rename & cleanup" the trailer should match the video filename again...

But there will be no extra renaming - trailer name will always just match the video filename...

Kodi is pleased,
Plex doesn't care at all,
what about you? :D
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#5
I can deal, for me it may be better to manually snatch my trailers anyways. 

Off topic question, is there a way to save original filename to the .nfo?
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