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When Auto Organise imports an episode of a show configured for an alternative display order.

Could/should the %en title variable respect the title of the currently selected display order.

 

Eg.

With show set to display order=DVD

Wonderfalls - S01E02.mp4

should be imported as Wonderfalls - S01E02 - Pink Flamingos.mp4

not

Wonderfalls - S01E02 - Karma Chameleon.mp4

 

thanks for considering

 

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1 hour ago, ginjaninja said:

When Auto Organise imports an episode of a show configured for an alternative display order.

Could/should the %en title variable respect the title of the currently selected display order.

 

Eg.

With show set to display order=DVD

Wonderfalls - S01E02.mp4

should be imported as Wonderfalls - S01E02 - Pink Flamingos.mp4

not

Wonderfalls - S01E02 - Karma Chameleon.mp4

 

thanks for considering

 

Hi @ginjaninja! Good to hear from ya!

I'm just trying to understand what it is that auto organize is missing here.

Did it mis-identify the episode? 

Could you explain a little more?

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ginjaninja
1 hour ago, chef said:

Hi @ginjaninja! Good to hear from ya!

I'm just trying to understand what it is that auto organize is missing here.

Did it mis-identify the episode? 

Could you explain a little more?

sure i have a show Wonderfalls configured for DVD display order

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and auto organise configured with episode naming

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So when i organise Wonderfalls - S01E02.mp4

i would like the episode to be named

Wonderfalls - S01E02 - Pink Flamingos.mp4

(as per dvd order, wanted behaviour)

not

Wonderfalls - S01E02 - Karma Chameleon.mp4

(as per aired order, observed behaviour)

2 hours ago, chef said:

Did it mis-identify the episode? 

no, AO has detected everything correctly, but it hasnt named the episode as per title of my selected display order.

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Ah okay, so the ItemLookup() in Auto Organize is not honoring the the option you select.

Is the "Display Order" option part of the metadata editor?

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Happy2Play
14 minutes ago, chef said:

Is the "Display Order" option part of the metadata editor?

Yes, Series level as shown above.

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I have found the code that requests provider data for episodes.

            var searchResults = await _providerManager.GetRemoteSearchResults<Episode, EpisodeInfo>(new RemoteSearchQuery<EpisodeInfo>
            {
                SearchInfo = episodeInfo               
            }, series, cancellationToken);

 

I was hoping to get some query options for the metadata, but this doesn't seem to be the case.

The options that are accessible in the Provider  are:  "IncludedDisabledProviders", "SearchInfo", "ItemId",  and "SearchProviderName".

But nothing that immediately stands out to help us there.

 

My second thought is that the ProviderManager should adhere to the the options set in the main application.

If it isn't following the Display Order option, then does that mean that it is not doing this?? 🤷‍♂️

 

 

I will keep trying.

 

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AdrianW

I just came across this problem myself.

I set a new series to "Absolute order" but Auto Organise named the episodes based on the default "Aired order".

I ended up having  to manually move and rename the files before getting Emby to do a rescan.

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