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Old 18.07.2017, 15:11
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2015 :'<

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Old 19.07.2017, 08:46
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... if its not possible through the packagizer might the event scripter be able todo something like that? ...
You can use event scripter to remove/replace superfluous characters and also set package names.
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Old 19.07.2017, 11:10
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Please teach me, master :<
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Old 19.07.2017, 13:05
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Script -> Link
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Old 19.07.2017, 14:24
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Script -> **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
First i thought it wouldnt work but when i went through the script for the 100th time i actually understood i need to put the packagename back into the download directory instead of <jd:orgfilename:1>.

You are actually creating the package name instead of JD if a match is given it right? Thats way better than trying to have the folder renamed AFTER the download.. which was what i was thinking off.

Well thank you very much kind stranger.

One more question: if i would ever encounter something else in the filename like lets say a "-" or w/e i would just need to add it inside "[._]" right? Something like "[._-]" ? Or would it need some kind of divider?

edit: or even a "US" or "2017". Its okay to just add it to be replaced by a space since folder names cant have spaces at the end. I just tried [._US] which worked for the example link i dug out but logic tells me adding a 2017 behind that wouldnt work. Maybe [2017._US] would do, i just dont have a link with 2017 after the show name and before the SxxExx right now. D:

Its really damn rare but it comes up from time to time

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Old 19.07.2017, 16:46
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.. i actually understood i need to put the packagename back into the download directory instead of <jd:orgfilename:1> ...
You would not need any additional packagizer rules if you have the default "create subfolder by package" rule enabled.

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.. if i would ever encounter something else in the filename like lets say a "-" or w/e i would just need to add it inside "[._]" right? Something like "[._-]" ..
Yes. It is used to specify individual characters/letters (not words) which need to be replaced. They can be in any order. Each occurance of the character will be replaced with space. To remove words, you can use a different regex directly in the packagizer. You can find me in JD chat if you need any help with it.
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Old 20.07.2017, 17:04
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To wrap this up for others to find, i had a little chat with mgpai yesterday and he gave me the solution to the last could-be problem.

The right rule must be above the left one to make it work.
Those rules work in combination with the Event scripter... script mgpai wrote.

Now all files with SxxExx (and with US or 2017 coming right after) will be placed on my another drive placed in a folder with the file name without dots and cut right before the SxxExx. After JD sets the download directory the package gets renamed back to the file name so its easier to spot in the download list of JD.

mgpai had it working with a single rule doing the same. You are free to try but for some reason wouldn't work for me.


So all downloaded tv shows go into a folder with their name automatically. Which is especially nice if you have a kodi/plex/emby setup at home or just like your files sorted.

Thanks to raztoki, Jiaz and mgpai for making this possible.

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Old 20.07.2017, 17:28
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Thanks for the feedback! You should either attach the images to your post or export the rules and attach them

Yes, mgpai is very talented with eventscripter and also good with packagizer
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Old 20.07.2017, 18:11
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I know people use filebot todo the task of organising (moving/renaming/etc)
maybe that could be solution for you also.
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Old 20.07.2017, 20:27
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eh, why use third party when JD is perfectily fitting my needs?

Edit: and i said that before knowing that filebot is 10 bucks atm.. Im using JD for as long as i can think, prolly for as long as its actually out.. so id rather have you guys have it.

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Old 21.07.2017, 06:36
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seems to cost money for windows10 if you go through the windows app store
its open source program though, so install yourself _**External links are only visible to Support Staff** source code and plugins _**External links are only visible to Support Staff**
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Old 23.07.2017, 04:28
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Thanks for the link to filebot, I might have used that when I first looked for an automatic sorting program.

Instead I downloaded and configured sickbeard which works for tv shows. Sickbeard is more limited in function but does a better job of tracking episodes. All it does is run on my server 24/7 and then I dump all the tv shows in to a single landing folder on the server. I open it's web interface on my main pc and trigger a manual sort and it quickly moves all the files into the kodi compatible folder heirarchy. And since it gets its info from tvdb the same as kodi does any auto-created folders [e.g. Castle (2009)] are 100% compatible for kodi scraping.

I've so far got 161 shows added. After the automated sorting (i.e. Manual Post-Processing) the best feature is that I can easily see if I have any episodes missing.

And did I mention it is free.
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Old 23.07.2017, 04:36
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I'm aware of sickbeard, just thought it was more so designed for usenet (primary) and torrents (secondary) as auto downloader & organiser.

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Old 24.07.2017, 04:07
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That's true, and it generates an error message for the log once a day telling me I haven't configured any NZB/Torrent providers.

The organiser part was the best I found for bulk moving to kodi compatible folders. Two clicks of the mouse and everything in the landing folder gets sorted. The fact it autoupdates listings from thetvdb.org is very nice icing on top.
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