TinyMediaManager on Windows 10--multi-episode file format
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Hi, I am having a very difficult time finding the correct format for getting TMM to correctly label multi-episode TV files for Plex to pick them up.
My episodes work great when I initially name them to S01E01 etc but I've tried S05E01-S05E03 for example, and it's not picking up the titles of all three.
I've tried S05E01-E03 as well.

I can't find ANYTHING on this and it's so simple and very frustrating. 

Does anyone have the answer or know where I can locate on here?

Thanks.
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(2019-12-01, 22:40)machine_74 Wrote: but I've tried S05E01-S05E03 for example, and it's not picking up the titles of all three.
You need to name all episodes in the file. A "range" does not work.

See here... https://kodi.wiki/view/Naming_video_file...i-Episodes
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(2019-12-01, 22:49)Karellen Wrote:
(2019-12-01, 22:40)machine_74 Wrote: but I've tried S05E01-S05E03 for example, and it's not picking up the titles of all three.
You need to name all episodes in the file. A "range" does not work.

See here... https://kodi.wiki/view/Naming_video_file...i-Episodes
Thank you. Does it matter if it's complex or not?
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(2019-12-02, 00:54)machine_74 Wrote:
(2019-12-01, 22:49)Karellen Wrote:
(2019-12-01, 22:40)machine_74 Wrote: but I've tried S05E01-S05E03 for example, and it's not picking up the titles of all three.
You need to name all episodes in the file. A "range" does not work.

See here... https://kodi.wiki/view/Naming_video_file...i-Episodes
Thank you. Does it matter if it's complex or not?

Got it to do something different using 11-12-13. Thanks very much.
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