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WIP Ember Media Manager 1.11.x - Download & Discussion Thread
(2021-07-23, 12:24)Hairy Hippy Wrote: However, I am now getting the following error when scraping a TV show:
"Object reference not set to an instance of an object"
Which TV show?
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(2021-07-23, 18:01)DanCooper Wrote:
(2021-07-23, 12:24)Hairy Hippy Wrote: However, I am now getting the following error when scraping a TV show:
"Object reference not set to an instance of an object"
Which TV show?
"Imagine..." (https://www.thetvdb.com/series/imagine)
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1.11.1
Only updated from 1.5.0 days ago - much clearer interface!
Noted a major bug, will try to describe.

Under a folder named
+Beethoven - Symphonies - Berliner; Abbado
  
there were 9 subfolders like
Beethoven=Symphony n.1 ~Berliner Philharmoniker; Abbado
Beethoven=Symphony n.2 ~Berliner Philharmoniker; Abbado
Beethoven=Symphony n.3 ~Berliner Philharmoniker; Abbado

...etc
Each of the subfolders contained a .mkv and a .nfo created using EMM.
Could not find where to edit Year among the seven Edit Field tabs (where is it?), so added manually
  <year>2001</year>
to each of the .nfo files.
Selected all subfolders and hit Scan folders for new content... on the context menu
In order to make the new Year value show up on each subfolder name, hit Rename > Auto.
- Folder rename pattern: $T$?: ?=? ($Y)
- File rename pattern: $1
Result was very strange:
1) Subfolders were renamed correctly;
2) Within each subfolder, instead of becoming B.mkv and B.nfo, the filename part of both files had been removed - became simply .mkv and .nfo (just the extensions).
1) Nine .nfo files were created under the main folder (same level as the subfolders); these files contained the added <year>2001</year> line and are probably a copy of each of the original manually edited .nfo files.

This is happening repeatedly - it's not a one of a time problem; probably there's something wrong with renaming.

Lastly, noted a line containing <ratings /> within each of the original .nfo created with EMM - is that proper xml syntax?
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Additional info on #108

Freshly scrapped a new movie (no manual editing of .nfo) and hit Rename > Auto.
The original files (mp4 and srt) and the freshly created ones (-poster.jpg and nfo) became nameless, with their extensions only, except poster, which lost the first letter:
-poster.jpg; .nfo; .mp4; .srt
According to the file rename pattern, should be G-poster.jpg; G.nfo; G.mp4; G.srt because Title begins with capital G.
Perhaps the bug is related to $1 file rename pattern.
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(1 hour ago)pstrg Wrote: Additional info on #108

Freshly scrapped a new movie (no manual editing of .nfo) and hit Rename > Auto.
The original files (mp4 and srt) and the freshly created ones (-poster.jpg and nfo) became nameless, with their extensions only, except poster, which lost the first letter:
-poster.jpg; .nfo; .mp4; .srt
According to the file rename pattern, should be G-poster.jpg; G.nfo; G.mp4; G.srt because Title begins with capital G.
Perhaps the bug is related to $1 file rename pattern.
Just conformed that $1 pattern is buggy: change it to $1$Y and result was that files got the Year value only - 1st letter was suppressed.
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(1 hour ago)pstrg Wrote: Just conformed that $1 pattern is buggy: change it to $1$Y and result was that files got the Year value only - 1st letter was suppressed.
Thank you for this information. I've to change some parts of the renamer to get better results.
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