Movies Renamer pattern that is compatible with Radarr?
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Any suggestions on a pattern that is compatible with Radarr?

This is the pattern that I am currently using in Radarr:

{Movie_CleanTitle}_({Release Year}){-Edition_Tags}-{QUALITY_TITLE}-{MEDIAINFO VIDEOCODEC}-{MEDIAINFO AUDIOCODEC}{-MEDIAINFO AUDIOCHANNELS}

Example:

We're_the_Millers_(2013)-Extended_Edition-WEBDL-1080P-X264-AAC-5.1.mp4

I don't care much for the "WEBDL" part in {QUALITY_TITLE} but can't find a way to tease the "1080P" out of MEDIAINFO.

I'm sure I should be asking Radarr, but TMM has more robust renamer.

Any suggestions?
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#2
do you use v2 or v3?

in v2 that would be $F, in v3 ${videoFormat}
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I'm using both and I haven't found any settings that will result in the same renaming between the two programs.  They just use different strings for the same thing.  

For example the codec, Radarr with use 'X264' and TMM with use 'h264'.

If you could custom set the strings for each flag then you might be able to get them to rename the same, but right now they won't.
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x264 is the encoder program used to produce h264 codec.
So when we look into the file, the codec *is* h264 Wink
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