First enable other file types in the settings program:
(Optional Episode Title helps to identify the correct series if there is more than one series in the search results.)
(will only find the correct series with an episode title because there is more than one "Battlestar Galactica" in thetvdb.... You can go into the series override and fix it afterwards as well).
Battlestar Galactica.S01E04.Optional Episode Title or could be blank or ingorable text.avi
Troubleshooting: If an episode does not show up in the list first check to see if the series was found. You can check the "Series Override" tab and look for the series. (Make sure you don't have any series hidden.) If the series was added, double-check to see if it was properly identified by clicking on the "Edit" button or double-clicking on the series.
If the series was not added you might have to rename your file to match the series name that is at thetvdb.com. You could also find the Show ID on thetvdb.com and name it using the last example above. Once the series is correctly if the episode still isn't showing up in the list make sure that the series and episode numbers match up correctly with thetvdb.com.
I Have and episode that i tried as avi and mkv neither show in list. I changed name to ID=82438.S04E08.avi
It doesnt show I originally had it listed as Flashpoint.s04e08.mkv, also didn't show. Any Thoughts
Huh... I tested both of those filenames on my system and it worked properly. First of all double-check that those filetypes are listed in the settings program like the example below it. Are other files properly identified?
Thanks for your help.
Im making Progress But still problems with some files'
My File Types are
Some files that work are;
doctor who 2005.s06e10.the_girl_who_waited.720p_hdtv_x264-fov.mkv
HeartLand - S02E10.avi
But I cant gt these to be recognized
Any thoughts I've tried them in separate folders or combined in folders with working files.
The Closer wtv file pulls the metadata from the wtv file itself... You can go into the properties of the wtv file, move it out of a watched directory and then move it back in and it should update the metadata.
Not really sure exactly what is going on with Flashpoint... You might want to double-check in the "Series Override" tab of the settings program and see if there is an entry for Flashpoint. I've tested all of the file names you gave me for Flashpoint and they all work for me so I'm not really sure what the problem is. If you are still having trouble send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see if we can get it sorted out.
Thanks that is working well. I think you should make more of this feature on the product website. It is not immediately obviously that RTVHD has the potential to be an all-in-one solution for all your TV and movie media.