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Posted 14 March 2020 - 11:52 AM

Just in case it hasn't been seen by those watching the thread, I am updating the original post with any new updates.  current changes are listed below:

 

Versions:

v1.5.0 - 03-14-2020

   -Rename the log file with a time stamp once it becomes over 1000 lines.

v1.4.0 - 03-10-2020

   -If the CSV file 'Date Modified' property doesn't match the current date, then the script will exit since there is likely no new information to process.

v1.3.0 - 03-02-2020

   -If the file is marked as watched, and is in the AutoCompressList.txt file, but is NOT a .ts file, it will be moved, but not compressed.

v1.2.0 - 02-22-2020

   -CSV output changed again for an unknown reason.  I am now parsing the season and episode from the path of the file.

   -Added a bit more logging

   -Fixed a bug where a ":" should have been changed in the filename to a "_" but was instead changed to a " ".

   -Removed characters on the String Replace function that would not cause issues.

   -Added a sort order to the powershell script to hopefully get all info each time

v1.1.1 - 02-19-2020

   -Fixed bug introduced in last revision where original file would not be deleted

v1.1.0 - 02-19-2020

   -It appears that the output columns in the CSV can change order, or content, so I implemented a change that would map the correct column to the variables

v1.0.0 - 02-17-2020

   -Initial release






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