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d606hm
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PostSubject: could not find a part of the path...   Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:29 pm

Hey all,

First off, MC is a fantastic program and is a GODSEND in terms of managing my media however I hit a small (slightly irritating problem).

Whenever I try and get MC to scrape a particular folder, it throws up the error that it


'could not find part of the path to ......' where .... is the path to the folder I am trying to scrape.

My folder structure is standard:
Tv Shows
-TV SHOW 1
-Season 1
-Show S0xE0x

I have tried removing the spaces in the path (as that sometimes causes issues) but this hasn't worked.

If anyone has any ideas, that would be appreciated
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PostSubject: Re: could not find a part of the path...   Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:42 pm

update:


The folders causing issue are called:
Season 16
and Season 19

No idea why but one workaround I have discovered is to move the actual video files into a 'catchall' folder i have labelled season.

MC can then go and scrape through this and pull out the information based on the filename Showname.S0x.E0x

Not ideal as it is not very organised but a temporary solution. Anybody have any other ideas??

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PostSubject: Re: could not find a part of the path...   Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:23 am

Perhaps it may be to do with your show name itself....although it shouldn't affect just those seasons...can you post the full path to say S19E01.avi

e.g.

c:\TV Shows\Doctor Who\Season 19\S19E01.avi

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PostSubject: Re: could not find a part of the path...   Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:32 pm

StormyKnight wrote:
Perhaps it may be to do with your show name itself....although it shouldn't affect just those seasons...can you post the full path to say S19E01.avi

e.g.

c:\TV Shows\Doctor Who\Season 19\S19E01.avi

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Hey the path is:

/Volumes/BEN MEDIA/TV Shows/Simpsons, The/Season 19/S019E01
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PostSubject: Re: could not find a part of the path...   Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:09 am

Just for something to try, have you tried to map that root folder "TV Shows" to a drive letter & see if mc can see it properly that way?

Again I can't see anything obviously different between using say Season 18 or Season 19....

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PostSubject: Re: could not find a part of the path...   Tue Sep 28, 2010 7:31 am

d606hm wrote:
StormyKnight wrote:
Perhaps it may be to do with your show name itself....although it shouldn't affect just those seasons...can you post the full path to say S19E01.avi

e.g.

c:\TV Shows\Doctor Who\Season 19\S19E01.avi

Cheers

Hey the path is:

/Volumes/BEN MEDIA/TV Shows/Simpsons, The/Season 19/S019E01

Have you tried naming the episode S19E01 instead of S019E01, the "0" is usually only added to seasons 1-9 Wink
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PostSubject: Re: could not find a part of the path...   Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:10 pm

Good pickup Steve....I didn't even notice that!

It could be a typo since its only a couple of seasons & not all from 10, but yeah you're right MC will not work with its default regex with S019 because that is 'S' & 3 digits ...

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