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Old 31.05.2022, 15:21
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Question Using PageTitle to rename files (wallhaven.cc)

Hi,

I'w wondering if it's possible to use data such as Pagetitles from url to rename files with more information than expected.

Short example :

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

The name of the file is : wallhaven-8ovyr1.png

The pagetitle of the page has several useful data, such as tags, which will be interesting while renaming to better find the images when necessary :

pagetitle : lake, Canada, sunset, landscape, trees, forest, house, mountains, clouds, peak, nature, photography | 3840x2156 Wallpaper
==>found from the Description field in Vivaldi browser, or in browser inspector.

Currently, I have an extension that helps me for each file, but I'd like to know if there's a way to batchprocess this while selecting several urls.

name of the file after using extension :

lake, Canada, sunset, landscape, trees, forest, house, mountains, clouds, peak, nature, photography _ 3840x2156 Wallpaper - wallhaven.cc_wallhaven-8ovyr1

Thanks in advance.
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Old 31.05.2022, 15:26
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Hi,
yes and no.
While you can't really combine/extract specific information from that website, the following is possible:
1. Use a LinkCrawler Rule that crawls exactly what you want from this website (ideally exactly one image per link) and sets the package-name according to whats inside the "<title>" tag (example as you need a rule of type DEEPDECRYPT anyways).
2. Use a Packagizer rule to rename the file according to the previously set Package name (example).

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Also it seems like a plugin for the website wallhaven.cc has already been requested some time ago and we've created a ticket for that request but a plugin hasn't been added yet.
Ticket:
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Old 31.05.2022, 19:22
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@pspzockerscene: I think a plugin(decrypter?) with settings to customize wished resolution and file name scheme would be perfect here
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Old 31.05.2022, 19:41
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@darkwolflair: how do you *feed* the links into JDownloader? do you extract/pre-find the direct image urls?
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Hi,
yes and no.
While you can't really combine/extract specific information from that website, the following is possible:
1. Use a **External links are only visible to Support Staff**... that crawls exactly what you want from this website (ideally exactly one image per link) and sets the package-name according to whats inside the "<title>" tag (**External links are only visible to Support Staff**... as you need a rule of type DEEPDECRYPT anyways).
2. Use a **External links are only visible to Support Staff**... rule to rename the file according to the previously set Package name (**External links are only visible to Support Staff**...).

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Also it seems like a plugin for the website wallhaven.cc has already been requested some time ago and we've created a ticket for that request but a plugin hasn't been added yet.
Ticket:
Thanks, I'll try this when I'll have available time.

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@darkwolflair: how do you *feed* the links into JDownloader? do you extract/pre-find the direct image urls?
Most of the time no, I just let the clipboard check in Jdownloader and use from my browser an extension that copy all relevant urls from opened tabs.

But for some cases, I have to select the url of the image (or video in some cases).
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Old 01.06.2022, 10:13
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Most of the time no, I just let the clipboard check in Jdownloader and use from my browser an extension that copy all relevant urls from opened tabs.
But JDownloader doesn't process those unsupported links in clipboard. Or do you copy/paste into JDownloader? Ah...you use a browser extension that shows all *relevant* URLs and you copy those to clipboard?


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But for some cases, I have to select the url of the image (or video in some cases).
There are videos on wallhaven.cc? can you provide example links?
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Old 04.06.2022, 17:34
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But JDownloader doesn't process those unsupported links in clipboard. Or do you copy/paste into JDownloader? Ah...you use a browser extension that shows all *relevant* URLs and you copy those to clipboard?



There are videos on wallhaven.cc? can you provide example links?
No videos in Wallhaven, but in general (for example, I do the same with Artstation, and sometimes videos are tricky to catch).

I'll wait for an official plugin in JD. I try a few tips this week and it seems promising.
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Old 05.06.2022, 12:33
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@darkwolflair: Thanks for the clarification. Artstation is supported by JDownloader and just did a quick test, videos are found as well (but in my examples they are hosted on Youtube). so maybe there are Artstation videos that are not yet supported, in this case, please provide some example links and we will check it
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Here I've linked a LinkCrawler Rule for single wallhaven.cc images.
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Old 05.09.2022, 15:33
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Added plugin for single wallhaven.cc images.

You can use the comma separated tags (that's why you've called "title" in this thread) inside filenames as described in this thread.

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