Paying users, donors and everyone who contributes to File Bot in one way or another will get the very best support. Spent a bit of time on my format expression (especially since it took me a while to figure out that by putting the brackets INSIDE the instead of outside that it would not append empty 's to my file names if the bindings were undefined XP) so I thought I should share it here so others can see it. (Change to to match to filebot group list instead) Example 1 Before: chuck.101.After: Chuck. This makes it easy for me to search for low quality, special editions, etc.Anyways, here you go: This takes my files, organizes them by series and season, then renames them and appends the info tags ONLY if the info exists. Ilike to have the original titles of movies, so I use the special scraper. AC3.5.1-Eb // Actual name is 엽기적인 그녀, or transliterated to Yeopgijeogin Geunyeo I would have loved to figure out how to keep the transliterated names, but using did not work perfectly, which meant a bunch of titles missed when doing searched.Example 1 (source and group unknown): American Dad - 101 - Threat became F:\American Dad! - 101 - Pilot  [384p] [Xvi D] [MP3]Example 2 (all info known): american.horror.story.s01e01.720x264became F:\American Horror Story\Season 1\American Horror Story - 101 - Pilot  [720p] [HDTV] [x264] [AC3] [ORENJi]NOTE 1: For the source and group bindings to work the file name must already include them in some form so that File Bot can read and parse the data from it. I also like to have extended info like special editions, resolution and audio quality to search for. For my sassy girl the transliteration was something like Yeobgi-jeogin Geunyeo or the like, which is really close, but far away to miss some lookups.
FREE Version ************************************ - View over 150 file formats for free. Are you tired of cluttering your PC with lots of productivity and utility apps? Xvi Example 3 Before: aaf-watxm.s01e01.720After: Wolverine. Paying users, donors and everyone who contributes to File Bot in one way or another will get the very best support. Capitalises first initials for all words on show title and episode titles knocks out ? and : from titles (probably could do with a few more knockced out but I just add in illegals as I find em)The format engine allows you to fully automatically make any kind of change to show names and episode titles via Groovy expressions. Name' - Is it possible to ignore the dots when renaming? support depends on Windows Store and Mac App Store sales and Patreon support.A: If you're on 64-bit Windows but are actually running a 32-bit Java runtime, the whole java process will be in 32-bit compability mode, so the mediainfo native library also has to be the 32-bit version. MA.6ch] Movie: English Title (2013) x264Folder: English Title (Original Title) (1998) [576p] [AC3] Movie: English Title (1998) Xvi Folder: English Title (2001) [Extended] [1080p] [AC3] Movie: English Title (2001) Xvi D Episodes (FB 4.1) This script is quite simple except the original title part at the beginning. DTS.5.1// Latin characters but added english name Jagten.(2012).1080p. I rip my movies as single files without any splits.Just install File Bot x86 instead, or replace with the 32-bit version. Replaces all spaces in the series name with periods, removes all commas and capitalizes the first letter of every word. Appends season and episode number in format S00E00. Replaces all spaces in the episode name with periods, removes all commas and capitalizes the first letter of every word. Since I have some german tv shows I like to get correct titels for them. I do not use extended info here, because I want all shows in one folder per season. Series is a bit simpler as I only care about the name we get from The TVDB (I have long since abandoned any hope that they'll change their mind and structure series as they were intended instead of simply how they where broadcasted): NOTE: I do not pad the season numbering (i.e. Examples: filebot -script fn:amc "x:/downloads" --log-file d:\--output "//nas/" --action move --conflict skip -non-strict --def clean=y --def "movie Format=Movies/.()" --def "series Format=TV Shows///.." Here is my naming scheme For TV Shows that I've worked on for the last couple weeks on.