Solved Command Line Help
#1
I've not used the command line feature before. I am trying to set up bat files to execute an update and scrape of my TV Shows and Movies. I do not know if I am doing something wrong but I do not think it is working for me. When I run the batch file, the command window opens and then closes in 2 seconds and items do not appear to be scraped.

For my movies I have the following command set up in bat file:
C:\tmm_4.0.1_win\tinyMediaManager.exe -updateMovies -scrapeNew

I can run the command directly in command prompt with same results.

Looking at the trace log I can see the following entry after executing:
2020-09-26 12:31:03,182 DEBUG [main] org.tinymediamanager.TinyMediaManager:? - TMM started with: [-updateMovies, -scrapeNew]

I am thinking I am doing something wrong but I have no idea. Please help?
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#2
Check this

The command should be
Code:
tinyMediaManager.exe movie -u -n
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#3
(2020-09-26, 20:00)A600 Wrote: Check this

The command should be
Code:
tinyMediaManager.exe movie -u -n
Thank you very much. That did the trick!
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#4
I will rewrite the docs for v4 asap
tinyMediaManager - THE media manager of your choice - available for Windows, macOS and Linux
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#5
docs have been updated: https://www.tinymediamanager.org/docs/commandline
tinyMediaManager - THE media manager of your choice - available for Windows, macOS and Linux
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