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There seem to be a few people using MCM in conjunction with MB3 so I hope someone can help me here (the MCM forums are not easy to find answers in!).

 

I would like to use MB3's metadata collection as I feel it's more robust but still need to use MCM to collect TV and films from a drop folder and create folders, move to series folders, rename, etc.

 

Is there a way to get MCM to just perform the file move and renaming and then let MBS deal with the metadata?

 

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Is it possible to get MBS to override the metadata for the films\tv shows it finds during the normal media scans?

 

Not sure the best way to split this task between the 2 apps.

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gillmacca

Unfortunately, no. MCM will always download metadata. Never had a problem using MCM and MBS for metadata, but I am looking to using MBS only for metadata. Just looking for a good replacement for renaming and moving video files

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shaefurr

I'm pretty sure MBS will only add the the metadata/artwork and not replace anything.

 

And are you talking about the download parser in MCM? You can uncheck auto-fetch metadata there so it only moves and renames the files (I think).  I put all my new movies and shows into a folder that MCM monitors so when I process them it moves and renames them and fetches the metadata, the option is there to not fetch it but I havnt tried it.

 

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If you deselect auto-fetch data in mcm it will not rename the folder and file. I think because without doing the auto-fetch it doesn't know what to name it. However you can disable all the image fetches and it will only create a movie.xml file. At least that was my experience when I tried this a few days ago.

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