RKM wrote:@JO3 - Yes, I'm very familiar with different media centers. I originally started with XBMP (Xbox Media Player, prior to the XBMC project) but I have also run Sage, Myth, MediaPortal and about a dozen different Sigma/Realtek boxes. I've used their metadata-driven DB options where available, in depth.
Buy my question was simply how you go about managing the type of workflow I mentioned. I figured you might have some unique insight as you jump through considerable hoops to have your system take the extra post-processing step.
None the less, you're correct, I shouldn't have swayed off topic. The answer to my original on-topic question, it appears is that the .NFO's generated by MG are able to be used by XBMC. Thanks again for that.
There is an option, "Enable Queuing". The tooltip is a little confusing. Is the purpose of this option simply to toggle the use of a queue instead of automatically pushing directly into automatic-download mode?
Q7. What is the Queued feature used for?.
A7. Due to the automatic nature of MovieGrabber it maybe necessary at times to check what nzb's are downloaded before actually sending the nzb to sabnzbd for processing, this is especially true for certain movie genres or perhaps older movies that you are not sure you always want to download. The queued feature is simply a list of movies that match the queued critera for review by the user which is NOT watched by sabnzbd. If a user decides that he does want to download the queued nzb then he can simply do this by releasing the nzb via the webgui which will then send it to the watched folder.
binhex wrote:hi jlguerrer, do you have non ascii characters in your watched folder path by any chance?, if you could post your watched folder path here that would be good.
09/03/2012 14:57:26 Error In Webui Function
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "MovieGrabber.py", line 5491, in <module>
File "argparse.pyc", line 1691, in parse_args
File "argparse.pyc", line 2347, in error
File "argparse.pyc", line 2335, in exit
The point about the foldername being more accurate so that the scraper has more success makes sense, but the thing I don't get, if you can name a folder, couldn't you rename a movie filename without much more work? If so, the file can be named as accurately as the folder.
movies_downloaded_dir = J:\Movies
watch_dir = C:\Users\****\Downloads
nzb_dir = C:\Users\****\AppData\Local\sabnzbd\logs
completed_dir = J:\New Downloads
cherrypylog_dir = C:\Users\****\Desktop\moviegrabber\logs
warninglog_dir = C:\Users\****\Desktop\moviegrabber\logs
errorlog_dir = C:\Users\******\Desktop\moviegrabber\logs
enable_downloaded = yes
enable_replace = no
enable_favorites = no
enable_preferred = no
enable_queuing = no
enable_metadata = no
enable_release_group = no
enable_email_notify = no
enable_append_year = no
enable_posters = yes
good_genre = action,adventure,animation,biography,comedy,crime,documentary,drama,family,fantasy,film-Noir,game-show,history,horror,music,musical,mystery,news,reality-tv,romance,sci-fi,short,sport,talk-show,thriller,war,western
good_rating = 7.0
good_votes = 0
good_date = 1900
preferred_rating = 0.0
queue_date = 1900
email_server_port = 587
index_site = nzbmatrix
nzbmatrix_username = Dixao
nzbmatrix_key = *****************************
nzbmatrix_cat = all formats
nzbmatrix_lang = english
nzbmatrix_search = +brrip
nzbmatrix_minsize = 0
nzbmatrix_maxsize = 0
nzbs_cat = all formats
nzbs_minsize = 0
nzbs_maxsize = 0
newznab_cat = all formats
newznab_minsize = 0
newznab_maxsize = 0
newznab_min_completion = 1
color_scheme = darkblue
schedule_hour = 0
schedule_minute = 3
max_items_shown = 100
history_sort_order = post_date_desc
queued_sort_order = post_date_desc
moviegrabber_ssl = no
launch_browser = yes
test_mode = no
last_run = 10/03/2012 07:46:27
version = 2.1.7
binhex wrote:hi jlguerrer, hmm interesting issue, ive taken a look and i cant see anything wrong with my code, the watch folder is unicode as is the name of the movie so you shouldnt be getting any encode issues, which is what the traceback is reporting. one thing i did spot is that it looks like its trying to use python 2.6 modules which of course is the wrong version of python, check this line out:-
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/genericpath.py", line 18, in exists
so i dont know if that is the issue, maybe the issue is due to you have two versions of python on the same box (im assuming you've installed python 2.7 yes?).
are you seeing the error straight after forcing a run now, or is it random as to when it crashes, or is it on a particular movie? (check history).
Could it be possible to include an option to replace spaces by dots in the IMDB title before checking in the downloaded movies folder?