match broadcast date issue

Topics: fixed
Sep 12, 2012 at 6:29 AM

Hello Philip,

great script! I need some help with the show so you think yo can dance. Episodes name are often the same season after season. I hoped to use the matchbroadcastdate function in your script, but somehow I cannot make it work. Can you please help?

This is my log:

WTV-MetaRenamer v0.17
... found 'Date Created' at index 4
... found 'Title' at index 21
... found 'Subtitle' at index 196
... found 'Broadcast date' at index 258
... found 'Program Description' at index 259
... found 'Recording time' at index 260
Processing So You Think You Can Dance-Top 4 Perform.wtv
... title is 'So You Think You Can Dance'
... FetchSeriesID returning 78956 from cache
... returning default language code en
... returning MatchBroadcastDate as true
... returning MatchBroadcastDate as False
... SeriesIsInIgnoreList
...... ignore list is empty
...... returning False
... SeriesIsNotInOnlyList
...... only list is empty
...... returning False
... retrieved episode information from cache
... testing against the subtitle metadata
... MatchEpisodePrecisely: trying to find an episode that matches 'Top 4 Perform'
... matched 4 times - unable to safely rename
... S05E22 - Top 4 Perform [Original airdate: 2009-08-05]
... S07E20 - Top 4 Perform [Original airdate: 2010-08-04]
... S08E22 - Top 4 Perform [Original airdate: 2011-08-10]
... S09E14 - Top 4 Perform [Original airdate: 2012-09-11]
... failed to match TV programme precisely against the database

 

and this is the content of the SeriesList file:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
- <Data>
- <Series>
<seriesid>72227</seriesid>
<SeriesName>Two and a Half Men</SeriesName>
</Series>
- <Series>
<seriesid>78956</seriesid>
<SeriesName>So You Think You Can Dance</SeriesName>
<MatchBroadcastDate>true</MatchBroadcastDate>
</Series>
</Data>
Thanks,
Giovanni
Coordinator
Sep 26, 2012 at 7:27 AM
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