CSIs MKVs are averaging 1.4GB each. Another show was averaging 2.4GB MKVs. A 3rd ancient show was averaging 500MB AVIs.
Since whatever happened... happened, all show episodes are now getting their own individual folders instead of going into their respective SHOW\SEASON folder. Regardless of size.
Sickbeard plops "CSI.Miami.S06E01.720p.BluRay.x264-SiNNERS.nzb" into the WATCH folder.
SAB grabs it and displays it as "CSI Miami S06E01 720p BluRay x264-SiNNERS" in the download queue.
After unpacking, a "D:\TV\CSI Miami S06E01 720p BluRay x264-SiNNERS" folder is created, the file "CSI.Miami.S06E01.720p.BluRay.x264-SiNNERS.mkv" is moved into it and all other files and temp folder are deleted out of INCOMPLETE.
In Config->Folders->User Folders, I have specified:Temporary Download Folder = D:\TV\2.Incomplete
Completed Download Folder = D:\TV
Watched Folder = D:\TV\1.Watch
In Config->Switches->Naming, I have:Enable Folder Rename = Checked
Replace Spaces in Foldername = Unchecked
Replace dots in Foldername = Checked
Replace Illegal Characters in Folder Names = Checked
In Config->Categories, I have it just as it came (Default, Normal, +Delete, None, <blank>, <blank>). Haven't played with this yet.Hmmm... could Script = None instead of Script = Default (like the example below it) be my problem here?
In Config->Sorting->Series Sorting, I have:Enabled TV Sorting
Affected Categories = Default
Sort String = %sn/Season %s/%sn - S%0sE%0e - %en.%ext
Test Data = Show Name S01E05 - Episode Name [DTS]
Processed Result = Show Name\Season 1\Show Name - S01E05 - Episode Name [DTS].avi
Generic Sorting (Movie Sorting) is Unchecked and unchanged.
Date Sorting is Unchecked and unchanged.
If there is any other info or testing I can provide please don't hesitate to ask.
And I need a good "smacks forehead" smiley. Sometimes the more you stare at a problem, the less you see.
Changing schedule to two hundred hours. That should take care of that.