A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

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AtariBaby
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A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by AtariBaby » 22 Jun 2021, 18:08

Hi

I am using your powerful RSS tool to download files. The folders are correct, but the filenames are obfuscated. I gather the de-obfuscation feature doesn’t work on this area?

If I could just get the files to match the folder name, I’d be golden! Do you know of any way to get this to work without me manually renaming?

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Re: A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by hugbug » 22 Jun 2021, 18:12

For renaming we have VideoSort script. Please check the post-processing scripts subforum.

AtariBaby
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Re: A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by AtariBaby » 24 Jun 2021, 05:19

Wow ok!

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Re: A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by AtariBaby » 04 Jul 2021, 19:14

Dear Hugbug and friends

I have videosort installed! My eyes are glazing over trying to figure out what string to enter for my rss downloads from https://github.com/nzbget/VideoSort. Can you suggest to me how to tell the videosort to name the parent folder based on the file name, and preferably in a format that will allow TMDB to recognize what UFC Match it is in PLEX? Thank you!

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Re: A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by hugbug » 04 Jul 2021, 20:29

%dn refers to current directory name, which is the same as nzb-name. If you set format to just %dn the video file will be put into MoviesDir/SeriesSir with the file named after nzb-name. If you need a subdirectory for each nzb then use / like this: %dn/%dn. A subdirectory is created and the video file is put there.

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Re: A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by AtariBaby » 05 Jul 2021, 06:43

I’ll try it. And will the rss rules still keep track of these files to replace with higher resolution versions using dupekey etc?

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Re: A problem with RSS and obfuscated files

Post by hugbug » 05 Jul 2021, 23:31

VideoSort has no effect on rss.

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