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Rename My TV Series 2 – season and episode format

Rename My TV Series 2 – season and episode format

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This topic contains 9 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  hans 5 days, 1 hour ago.

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    mrgrimm
    Participant

    good day,

    i just got this up and running very nicely on kde neon and for the most part i like how straight forward it is. the only issue i’m having is doing new episodes as S01E01 and so on. any help with this would be greatly appreciated. thanks

    11101

    hans
    Keymaster

    Hi MrGrimm,

    Thank you for trying Rename My TV Series, glad to hear you like it so for on KDE Neon.

    As for your format question, you can define your own format string in “Settings”, in the upper right corner under “Filename Format”.
    You can click the “Show Format Help” button to view details on how to build such a string, or click the button just before that (with the arrow down) to select one of the commonly used formats.

    In you case, say you’d want: “My TV Show – S01E01 – Episode Title”
    Then the string would be: %N – S%SZE%EZ%T

    Where;

    %N = “My TV Show”
    %SZ = Season number, with leading zero’s (01)
    %EZ = Episode number, with leading zero’s (01)
    $T = “Episode Title”

    The “with leading zero’s” depends on what the largest number is that, that is being used for a show.
    So for example, if there are only 5 season, the season will be numbered; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
    But if there are 10 season, the seasons will be numbered: 01, 02, 03, 04,… ,09, 10.
    This works the same for episodes.

    Since you may not know yet if this particular show lasts longer than 10 seasons, you can force seasons to be at least 2 digits, by checking the option “Season and Episode numbers at least 2 chars wide” or use %S2 instead of %SZ. %S2 forces a minimum width for a season number as well, but you can make it even %S3 etc. (up to 9).

    Hope this helps. 

    11103

    mrgrimm
    Participant

    appreciate the tut, but can someone please just post what i need to use to get S01E01, S11E13, ect…..

    thanks

    11105

    hans
    Keymaster

    I guess I do not know what you’re asking … you want you files formatted as: S01E01.avi, S11E13.mp4, and such?

    Then the format is: S%SZE%EZ

    Is that what you’re asking?

    11107

    mrgrimm
    Participant

    ok i got it now was reading the notes instead of the column on the left, sorry

    %N S%SZE%EZ $T

    thanks a lot, much appreciated

    11109

    hans
    Keymaster

    You’re welcome! 

    11112

    mrgrimm
    Participant

    o.k. now that i’ve mastered you cool app do you by chance have or know a good movie rename?  thanks

    11114

    hans
    Keymaster

    Haha, well, very good question … I think Tiny Media Manager is a good choice. Available for Windows, Linux and MacOS as well 

    11116

    mrgrimm
    Participant

    thank you kind sir for the suggestion, i’ll have a look and you have a good one. thanks again

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    hans
    Keymaster

    You’re welcome! 

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