Subdir format for "Top Gear: Best of" not working as expected
#1
I don't usually have any problems now with sorting GiP stuff into folders and so on but the Best Of Top Gear is not working for me.

My saved pvr search look like this :-
Code:
get_iplayer "Top Gear: Best Of" --pvr-add "Top Gear: Best Of" --subdir --subdirformat="<nameshort>/<series> Series <seriesnum>" fileprefix="<episodeshort>"

I don't end up with my expected format of Top Gear/Best Of Series 26/Episode 1

Instead I get Top Gear/26/Top Gear Best Of_-_1. Episode 1.mp4

So where have I gone wrong? I say it like that as it's bound to be me and not GiP itself!
#2
(17-12-2018, 11:56 AM)toner_cloud Wrote: I don't end up with my expected format of Top Gear/Best Of Series 26/Episode 1

Instead I get Top Gear/26/Top Gear Best Of_-_1. Episode 1.mp4

So where have I gone wrong? I say it like that as it's bound to be me and not GiP itself!

Problem solved. As usual it's thrombosis of the keyboard - there's a clot on it!

I had a pvr search saved already for Top Gear and that was running first.


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