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Alpha plugin.video.themoviedb.helper - Access to TheMovieDb API for Skinners
(2019-08-15, 00:48)jurialmunkey Wrote:
(2019-08-14, 23:30)bsoriano Wrote:
(2019-08-14, 22:56)Hitcher Wrote: https://twitter.com/themoviedb/status/11...8520425473
Are you sure that's not because you haven't changed that setting in the scraper? 
@Hitcher , thanks for the info! 

In regards to MPAA, this is for what is being returned directly by the plugin (I am pressing i in a widget item from a plugin widget), so no scraper involved.  Also, in my case, I do not do scraping online via Kodi, all of my local content MPAA come from NFOs.

Regards,

Bart  

I've added an option in the settings to choose the MPAA prefix.
However, you will have to deal with this anyway in skins as scrapers allow the user to set the prefix for MPAA rating.

I've also added some fixes in case the api is down so that an error isn't thrown. The plugin will still log the http request error code, but shouldn't throw an exception.  

@jurialmunkey, thank you!

I see in my log now with the latest version that tmdb is throwing http error 422 as well as http error 503.  Now when an error happens (after I click on a cast item), I get my custom person dialog, but with "Cast in Movies" as title and your fallback image (with the tmdb logo) as poster.  How can I know that there was an error so as to close the dialog, or show a message to try later?

You are correct about the prefix for mpaa, and that’s why I provide the users with guidelines as to how their MPAA certifications need to be scraped in order for Amber to show a flag. Since I know that in a lot of cases that is not necessarily followed, I always display a text version of the certification also.

I saw that you implemented a "collection" call, does that just provide back the list of movies in the set? 

Regards,

Bart
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(2019-08-15, 01:36)bsoriano Wrote:
(2019-08-15, 00:48)jurialmunkey Wrote:
(2019-08-14, 23:30)bsoriano Wrote: @Hitcher , thanks for the info! 

In regards to MPAA, this is for what is being returned directly by the plugin (I am pressing i in a widget item from a plugin widget), so no scraper involved.  Also, in my case, I do not do scraping online via Kodi, all of my local content MPAA come from NFOs.

Regards,

Bart

I've added an option in the settings to choose the MPAA prefix.
However, you will have to deal with this anyway in skins as scrapers allow the user to set the prefix for MPAA rating.

I've also added some fixes in case the api is down so that an error isn't thrown. The plugin will still log the http request error code, but shouldn't throw an exception.

@jurialmunkey, thank you!

You are correct about the prefix for mpaa, and that’s why I provide the users with guidelines as to how their MPAA certifications need to be scraped in order for Amber to show a flag. Since I know that in a lot of cases that is not necessarily followed, I always display a text version of the certification also.

What would you say is the best way to implement a country lookup? Call the plugin with a discover type query?

Regards,

Bart

If you mean country for certifications, that's currently hardcoded to US as that's what OMDb returns. I'll be implementing language options soon and then I will pull certifications from TMDb instead. Once that's implemented you will be able to grab the language from the addon settings.

If you mean country as in a plugin path for movies from X country, then you might be able to use discover with
&certification_country=
I think you need to translate the coubtry to the certification codes used by tmdb though.

I'll have a look later today and see if it's possible to add.
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(2019-08-15, 02:06)jurialmunkey Wrote:
(2019-08-15, 01:36)bsoriano Wrote:
(2019-08-15, 00:48)jurialmunkey Wrote: I've added an option in the settings to choose the MPAA prefix.
However, you will have to deal with this anyway in skins as scrapers allow the user to set the prefix for MPAA rating.

I've also added some fixes in case the api is down so that an error isn't thrown. The plugin will still log the http request error code, but shouldn't throw an exception.

@jurialmunkey, thank you!

You are correct about the prefix for mpaa, and that’s why I provide the users with guidelines as to how their MPAA certifications need to be scraped in order for Amber to show a flag. Since I know that in a lot of cases that is not necessarily followed, I always display a text version of the certification also.

What would you say is the best way to implement a country lookup? Call the plugin with a discover type query?

Regards,

Bart

If you mean country for certifications, that's currently hardcoded to US as that's what OMDb returns. I'll be implementing language options soon and then I will pull certifications from TMDb instead. Once that's implemented you will be able to grab the language from the addon settings.

If you mean country as in a plugin path for movies from X country, then you might be able to use discover with
&certification_country=
I think you need to translate the coubtry to the certification codes used by tmdb though.

I'll have a look later today and see if it's possible to add.

@jurialmunkey, I meant movies from x country. I took out that part of my post because I did not see an API call in the tmdb site that would provide that, as the countries for movies are returned in production_countries, and I didnt see a query for those. I hope that I just didnt look well enough. Thanks for looking into it.

Regards,

Bart
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(2019-08-15, 03:29)bsoriano Wrote:
(2019-08-15, 02:06)jurialmunkey Wrote:
(2019-08-15, 01:36)bsoriano Wrote: @jurialmunkey, thank you!

You are correct about the prefix for mpaa, and that’s why I provide the users with guidelines as to how their MPAA certifications need to be scraped in order for Amber to show a flag. Since I know that in a lot of cases that is not necessarily followed, I always display a text version of the certification also.

What would you say is the best way to implement a country lookup? Call the plugin with a discover type query?

Regards,

Bart

If you mean country for certifications, that's currently hardcoded to US as that's what OMDb returns. I'll be implementing language options soon and then I will pull certifications from TMDb instead. Once that's implemented you will be able to grab the language from the addon settings.

If you mean country as in a plugin path for movies from X country, then you might be able to use discover with
&certification_country=
I think you need to translate the coubtry to the certification codes used by tmdb though.

I'll have a look later today and see if it's possible to add.

@jurialmunkey, I meant movies from x country. I took out that part of my post because I did not see an API call in the tmdb site that would provide that, as the countries for movies are returned in production_countries, and I didnt see a query for those. I hope that I just didnt look well enough. Thanks for looking into it.

Regards,

Bart

Yeah, I think you're right. As far as I can tell there isn't a way to filter by production countries, which is a shame.
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Latest release adds language/country settings. Certifications, Titles and Posters/Fanart are now displayed depending on language/country chosen in the addon settings. You may need to delete simplecache.db to force re-caching of items when changing language.
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(2019-08-16, 13:12)jurialmunkey Wrote: Latest release adds language/country settings. Certifications, Titles and Posters/Fanart are now displayed depending on language/country chosen in the addon settings. You may need to delete simplecache.db to force re-caching of items when changing language.

@jurialmunkey, thank you! I think you need to amend the Readme.md, since there is no with_countries query for discovery; perhaps you meant with_companies?

Regards,

Bart
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(2019-08-16, 14:43)bsoriano Wrote:
(2019-08-16, 13:12)jurialmunkey Wrote: Latest release adds language/country settings. Certifications, Titles and Posters/Fanart are now displayed depending on language/country chosen in the addon settings. You may need to delete simplecache.db to force re-caching of items when changing language.

@jurialmunkey, thank you! I think you need to amend the Readme.md, since there is no with_countries query for discovery; perhaps you meant with_companies?

Regards,

Bart

Ah yes, with_companies is what I meant. Thanks. Fixed.
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@jurialmunkey 

Not sure if this is implemented or just an error on my part.

I am trying to retrieve things like, RT ratings and awards for TV Shows. Works fine with movies.

One thing i have noticed with Leia the ListItem.IMDBNumber returns the TVDB number instead. (using the TVDB scraper). Hence i have to fetch the info using the title.

Code:

<control type="list" id="5100">
<include>HiddenList</include>
<content>plugin://plugin.video.themoviedb.helper/?info=details&amp;type=tv&amp;query=$INFO[ListItem.TVShowTitle]</content>
</control>

Code:

<label>$INFO[Container(5100).ListItemAbsolute(0).Property(awards)]</label>
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