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I do...I moderate their forums too.
TV shows need to be in the following format
Series name/Season #/regexacceptablename.ext (ex. 01 - episodename.avi).
I post content every once in a while on theMetaBrowser blog also. Let me know what you're trying to do and I can get you setup.
I still have OCForums open most the time...mostly out of habit, but I definitely won't call myself that active.
Yeh, it's not going to be able to do anything with that. What you can do is use something like MakeMKV which will rip individual episodes into single MKV files that you can then apply correct regex to so that they are picked up correctly. Otherwise, if you want to encode, you can use FairUse Wizard which will be able to read individual episodes and output them any way you wish.
Media Browser/Meta Browser are lenient when ripping movies to various formats, but TV episodes have defined limits.
If you don't really care about metadata for each episode. You can place all the disc of each season in it's own folder in season 1 folder. then just get the metadata for the Season.
So I finished ripping seasons 1 and 2, and this is not easy.
First of all, I ripped everything off the DVD, as I wanted the deleted scenes and bonus stuff. So it's like 13-17Gb per DVD, and I have a bunch of duplicates. ie.
VTS_01_1.VOB is the same file size (and same thing as) VTS_02_1.VOB. What gives? Can I nuke one or the other?
I renamed the VOB files to the approriate names, but don't they need to be avi files? I think i just wasted a few hours time following the above guide when i really need to get them ripped to avi.