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ginjaninja posted a topic in General DiscussionIn case it helps any one else, i been learning how to make get_iplayer integrate with Emby. The commands that worked for me were get_iplayer --prefs-add --file-prefix="<nameshort><-senum><-episodeshort>" --output "D:\AutoOrganise" "set preferences to put output into a location with filename that Emby auto organise can detect and move" get_iplayer --pvr-add=The_Graham_Norton_Show "The Graham Norton Show" --output "D:\AutoOrganise" --file-prefix="<nameshort><-senum><-episodeshort>" add a show to the get_iplayer pvr function (setting preferences twice is redundant/not required, unless you want different preferences for the pvr function) get_iplayer --pvr schedule this command to run periodically,so as to suck down any episodes as they become available, Emby auto organise will do the rest. The filenaming options of get_iplayer are probably flexible enough to put the the file in the correct location on the filesystem itself (remove need for auto organise), but i havent worked that bit out yet. further reading get_iplayer command reference hope it helps. perhaps someone could write a plugin to control this all from Emby :-)
Hi MB3 Community - I rarely post news stories and don't derive pleasure from others' demise. However, given the exciting MB3 project developments that have arrived in working order in the last two releases, I thought a contrast to projects gone wrong may be of interest. I treasure the BBC and am continually amazed at all of the options for receiving it at no cost to non-British citizens with little to no advertising intrusion. Unfortunately the BBC's own Digital Media Initiative (DMI) project to migrate asset content from tape to digital server access has failed after five(5) years of development and £100m. Sadly, it also cost the CIO his job. Full story by clicking HERE. There have already been a few threads about using MB3 in school environments, company training rooms and KTV lounges. As a minimum, maybe the BBC would be interested in funding a small portion of the MB3 development from what is left over from the DMI budget? Keep up the great work dev team and supporters. Thanks @Tanamur