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PostSubject: I would love to use this, but...   I would love to use this, but... Icon_minitimeTue May 25, 2010 12:06 pm

At the moment it's unusable if you are using scene releases. It only works fine when you check "Use folder names for scraping" under Movies -> Movie preferences. But even then, it only works for scene releases with just a single directory. For movies which have 2 CD's (directory structure: Movie\CD1, Movie\CD2) it adds CD1 and CD2 to the movie list, instead of the movie title itself..

Another problem I'm having is that it renames all my scene .nfo files to .info and creates a new .nfo with all the info. I don't want it to do this, so how would I got about fixing that? Didn't find any setting to prevent it from happening.
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PostSubject: Re: I would love to use this, but...   I would love to use this, but... Icon_minitimeWed May 26, 2010 1:54 am

MC uses the conventions describe in the XBMC manual. If you have a look at he XBMC wiki it may describe how to handle multipart movies. This is how they need to be named in MC.

re the nfo files, the purpose of MC is to create the nfo files so that XBMC can use them. By design it needs to create nfo files as this is the method used by XBMC to gaher the information about the files. MC renames any files that aren't XBMC compatible nfo files such as scene files.

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