DVD vs ISO label
#1
OK can someone explain why some of my ISO files have just an ISO labale and some have a DVD and ISO label? Where did the DVD label come from? I checked the NFO files and they seem to be the same.

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#2
Its just a naming convention. The file type is .iso. The .dvd.iso part is used by media player software like XBMC so it knows what type of media it is. You can see the same naming conventions with other file types such as .bluray.iso. The file will play just fine without the extra bits of info but you will not see the proper flags.
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#3
another question:

wich kind of naming convention for folders and files works for flagging?!

I Know "moviename.dvd.xyz" and "moviename.bluray.xyz"...

but there should be more... Can anybody help?!
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#4
Danielocean Wrote:another question:

wich kind of naming convention for folders and files works for flagging?!

I Know "moviename.dvd.xyz" and "moviename.bluray.xyz"...

but there should be more... Can anybody help?!

HDTV, sdtv, and web-dl
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#5
I`ve made the conditions for the flags based on the most standardized & common of use conventions.

The code is set to show the type of media from which it was ripped if present in the name folder/file and the type of file it is. So if you have a DVD ripped to MKV and you place DVD in the name it will show the DVD flag and MKV, the file type flag will always be shown, the "ripped from" only if present in folder/file name.

You can see all the conditions in the IncludesCodecFlagging.xml.

The conditions for folders and files are under the include "VideoTypeHackFlaggingConditions". The flags covers almost everything worthy for Rip TV/HDTV/SDTV/DVD/Bluray/HDDVD & Files DVD/Bluray/HDDVD/Avi/Wmv/Asf/Mpeg4/3gp/Quicktime/Flash/Ogg/MKV/ISO/RealPlayer. Does are the tags/flags coded to show, to know exactly the conventions check the conditions corresponding to the description.
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#6
I've looked into IncludesCodecFlagging.xml and made an overview... here is the result:

for filenames and paths:

Image



for filetype:

Image

***: Skinners have to change line 218, 819, 1249, 1923, 2376, 2829 to <texture>flagging/video/custom/flash.png</texture>


Other thing, i miss the "web-dl" in that IncludesCodecFlagging.xml file... what about that flag:
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#7
Good one with the flash.png, but line 2376 & 2829 doesn't change as are for back and frame.

You didn't miss the "web-dl", isn't there at all. I couldn't find any convention on how to name it, never seen a file from web-dl whatsoever, so I didn't even try to guess. If you know I'll include it, is just web-dl or what?
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#8
sorry with the wrong lines... I only searched for "flash", so I note that...

User "isamu.dragon" said it in post #4 in this thread...
I read "web-dl" from time to time, but never saw it in action... so it is not "my" problem if it not exist in the XML-file... but maybe somebody needs it?!
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#9
Ok, I just spend half an hour of research and seems convention for Web-DL is just Web-DL, so I’ll be adding tonight and report to bug thread for night.
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#10
Danielocean Wrote:sorry with the wrong lines... I only searched for "flash", so I note that...

User "isamu.dragon" said it in post #4 in this thread...
I read "web-dl" from time to time, but never saw it in action... so it is not "my" problem if it not exist in the XML-file... but maybe somebody needs it?!

It's part of the renaming scheme inside of sick beard, I use this for my anime shows.
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#11
Ok, Flash image name fixed, Wed-dl condition created and Spain movie rating added.
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#12
for night and night.purity?!

thanks a lot, KiSUAN!
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#13
Both, but the only updated for now is night.purity, guess mcborzu is gonna update today.
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#14
Hummm thought I responded to this before... First let me say thanks all. I didnt realize that this little question would spark such a response. I figured that out. I usually assume that a .ISO is a DVD and didnt understand why it was mapped that way but I guess I see why now. I just moved all my DVD movies into a DVD folder. I guess I didnt know that DVD just has to be in the path since none of my files names have dvd in it.

Thanks again all.

SoBBie
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