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(2019-04-30, 17:30)spl147 Wrote: is it possible to have TMM use title sorting to populate the sorttitle box in the gui, so it in turn will populate the sorttitle tag in the .xml?

I Have the following: (A, The) in the title sorting box in settings, so in the gui "The 15:17 to Paris" is sorted "15:17 to Paris, The". but when i edit the movie in the GUI it is listed as "The 15:17 to Paris" and sorttitle is empty, so in kodi ith movie is sorted under The and not 15:17

You hit a nerve with the title-sort-title thing Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin

We basically have two:
- a sorttitle
- title sortable
Rofl

Let me rethink, how we did that:
Think of "title sortable" as an alternative way of writing the title.
It's basically the current title, but with the prefixes sorted to end (A, The, Der, Die Das, Un, ...),
so "The Matrix" would become "Matrix, The" and so on in NFO, and automatically 'sorted'

"Sorttitle" on the other hand, is and ADDITIONALLY title for that movie.
It is used mainly by Kodi, to complete sort out-of-order.
Imagine the "Die Hard Collection":
"Live Free or Die Hard" would normally be sorted into "L", but since you want to keep all your DieHard movies at one place,
you can specify this "sorttitle" after what Kodi will sort it's lists.
So by setting this to "DieHard4", even this movie will correctly sort after "Die Hard: With a Vengeance", which might have a sorttitle of DieHard3
Althouth the title complete starts with another character, it will sort inside Kodi where you want it.


So the "sorttitle" has to be set manually, and the "title sortable" just moves the prefixes around.
IIRC, using MovieSets also uses this sorttitle thing on the movies (automatically), to sort them in correct order.

After rethinking this, and writing those lines, we might change that to some extend, since it doesnt read _that_ good Tongue
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Is the CLI working?

I updated my docker image and then realised that my automated scraping had stopped.
I logged in to TMM and saw the it had changed to version 3.0 2019-05-03.

I setup everything again and tested the CLI (tinyMediaManagerCMD.sh -updateMovies -scrapeNew -renameNew) and the response was;
"Error: Could not find or load main class"

Thanks
@tinybilbo you are right - the last change in the CMD shellscript broke it..
you can use the most recent one (this works for me): https://gitlab.com/tinyMediaManager/tiny...agerCMD.sh
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(2019-05-04, 11:42)mlaggner Wrote: @tinybilbo you are right - the last change in the CMD shellscript broke it..
you can use the most recent one (this works for me): https://gitlab.com/tinyMediaManager/tiny...agerCMD.sh

Thanks for that, I'll test it later tonight and let you know how I got on... :-)
@mlaggner 

For TV Shows:

There is a small issue with the RATING tag:

In ver. 2.9.16 the tag is written as   <mpaa>TV-PG</mpaa>   and Kodi loads it OK

In ver 3.0 the tag is written as   <certification>US:TV-PG</certification>   and Kodi does not load it.


kodi-18.2-Leia-x64
Windows 10 Pro x64

Thanks mlaggner...
(2019-05-04, 14:45)tinybilbo Wrote:
(2019-05-04, 11:42)mlaggner Wrote: @tinybilbo you are right - the last change in the CMD shellscript broke it..
you can use the most recent one (this works for me): https://gitlab.com/tinyMediaManager/tiny...agerCMD.sh

Thanks for that, I'll test it later tonight and let you know how I got on... :-) 
Thanks mlaggner :-)

It's running very nicely now in a docker container, Now I can go back to automated scraping....

I have to say the new version is much nicer so far, and seems to be quicker as well...
@lynxstrike please re-check the NFO: both tags should be written
<mpaa> AND <certification>
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(2019-05-05, 08:25)mlaggner Wrote: @lynxstrike please re-check the NFO: both tags should be written
<mpaa> AND <certification>

Yes, it's present, but empty:

Lines are written in .nfo as follow:

<mpaa/>
  <certification>US:TV-14</certification>


Thanks for taking the time to look into this...
(2019-05-05, 18:12)lynxstrike Wrote:
(2019-05-05, 08:25)mlaggner Wrote: @lynxstrike please re-check the NFO: both tags should be written
<mpaa> AND <certification>

Yes, it's present, but empty:

Lines are written in .nfo as follow:

<mpaa/>
  <certification>US:TV-14</certification>


Thanks for taking the time to look into this... 
Thanks - found it.
Looks like in the render routine we've only respected movie ratings for US.. will be fixed asap
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in the TV renamer tokens. season year is missing
(2019-05-06, 07:58)mlaggner Wrote:
(2019-05-05, 18:12)lynxstrike Wrote:
(2019-05-05, 08:25)mlaggner Wrote: @lynxstrike please re-check the NFO: both tags should be written
<mpaa> AND <certification>

Yes, it's present, but empty:

Lines are written in .nfo as follow:

<mpaa/>
  <certification>US:TV-14</certification>


Thanks for taking the time to look into this...  
Thanks - found it.
Looks like in the render routine we've only respected movie ratings for US.. will be fixed asap 

Thanks again @mlaggner ...   Smile
Much appreciated!
@spl147 there is nothing like a season year.. we only have a show year (the inception year) and the year where every episode has been aired.
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(2019-05-07, 08:22)mlaggner Wrote: @spl147 there is nothing like a season year.. we only have a show year (the inception year) and the year where every episode has been aired.

can you parse the aired date and pull just the year from it?
Seasons are not editable and have NO metadata.
You can edit shows & episodes, but season is just a number attached to episodes!
No metadata, nothing to rename....

Some shows have the year encoded as season number.
https://kodi.wiki/view/Naming_video_file...son_Folder
Is that what you are searching for?
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(2019-05-07, 15:33)myron Wrote: Seasons are not editable and have NO metadata.
You can edit shows & episodes, but season is just a number attached to episodes!
No metadata, nothing to rename....

Some shows have the year encoded as season number.
https://kodi.wiki/view/Naming_video_file...son_Folder
Is that what you are searching for?
so for movies i use this for the folder renaming: 

${title} ${edition} (${year})-${videoFormat}
Black Hawk Down Extended Edition (2001)-4k

${title} ${edition} (${year})_${audioCodec}.${mediaSource}.${hdr}
Black Hawk Down Extended Edition (2001)_Atmos.UHD Blu-ray.HDR.mkv


for TV Shows i use:

TV Show: ${showTitle}
Game of Thrones

Season: Season ${seasonNr} (${airedDate})-${videoFormat}
Season 1 (2011-4-17)-4k

Episode: ${showTitle} S${seasonNr2}.E${episodeNr2}-${title}_${audioCodec}.${mediaSource}.${hdr}
Game of Thrones S01.E01-Winter is Coming_Atmos.UHD Blu-ray.HDR.mkv

so i guess there is no Season Year in the api?

so can you add a token to pull just the year from ${airedDate}

to end up with:
Season: Season ${seasonNr} (${airedDateYear})-${videoFormat}
Season 1 (2011)-4k

or simply use ${year} and populate using just the year from ${airedDate}
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