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Good day,


Im trying to setup filters for my RSSfeed scanner, but im having issue trying to get it more spesific.

Used this many years ago but dont remember any of it.

i know you can use different signs  like |   or [ ] / *   but dont know the difference between them.

like i want to filter so that it only downloads 720p and that it has to contain SxxExx

Also trying to add couple of things to the faile list, like i dont want to also download spanish version or other languages.
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dontzi\ dateline='\'1456713152' Wrote: Good day,


Im trying to setup filters for my RSSfeed scanner, but im having issue trying to get it more spesific.

Used this many years ago but dont remember any of it.

i know you can use different signs  like |   or [ ] / *   but dont know the difference between them.

like i want to filter so that it only downloads 720p and that it has to contain SxxExx

Also trying to add couple of things to the faile list, like i dont want to also download spanish version or other languages.

 

Hey mate, here's the options I use:

    Filter:    ^the.name.of.the.show.*720.*265

(you can omit the .*265 if you are happy with x264/H.264 regular encoded files)

Make sure you have 'Filter is a Regular Expression' ticked. If you 'Utilize Smart History' you won't have to worry about filtering on the series string you suggest (even without is I believe Vuze/RSSFeed Scanner are smart enough to know that Aaaaaa.Bbbbb.4x12 is the same as S04E12).

I also have 3 'exception' filters, 1st one at the very top to bypass anything over 1GB (still trying to get this to work properly, eh); then I have some 1080p files, then my 2nd filter is:

    (1080|season|temporada|spanish|español|subtitulado|seizoen|.ITA.|vostfr)

I use that with Mode = Fail, so it bypasses any files with any of those strings in it - the pipe "|" character is a logical OR in regexp syntax.

My last filter after a number of shows I prefer in 720p format is just a simple:

   720
   Again with Mode = Fail

That then bypasses everything else in 720 & only allows standard def for most other shows.

Here is a great link to the regular expression syntax:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression

If anyone has any experience with limiting file size with a filter that actually works, I'd love to know what the setings are.
I've tried a few things such as Filter = .* and Min size = 1GB with a Mode = Fail, as well as some other permutations such as *.* & justto no avail.
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(03-04-2016, 01:19 AM)'Nostromo' Wrote:
'dontzi\' dateline='\'1456713152'' Wrote: Good day,


Im trying to setup filters for my RSSfeed scanner, but im having issue trying to get it more spesific.

Used this many years ago but dont remember any of it.

i know you can use different signs  like |   or [ ] / *   but dont know the difference between them.

like i want to filter so that it only downloads 720p and that it has to contain SxxExx

Also trying to add couple of things to the faile list, like i dont want to also download spanish version or other languages.

 


 

Hey mate, here's the options I use:

    Filter:    ^the.name.of.the.show.*720.*265

(you can omit the .*265 if you are happy with x264/H.264 regular encoded files)

Make sure you have 'Filter is a Regular Expression' ticked. If you 'Utilize Smart History' you won't have to worry about filtering on the series string you suggest (even without is I believe Vuze/RSSFeed Scanner are smart enough to know that Aaaaaa.Bbbbb.4x12 is the same as S04E12).

I also have 3 'exception' filters, 1st one at the very top to bypass anything over 1GB (still trying to get this to work properly, eh); then I have some 1080p files, then my 2nd filter is:

    (1080|season|temporada|spanish|español|subtitulado|seizoen|.ITA.|vostfr)

I use that with Mode = Fail, so it bypasses any files with any of those strings in it - the pipe "|" character is a logical OR in regexp syntax.

My last filter after a number of shows I prefer in 720p format is just a simple:

   720
   Again with Mode = Fail

That then bypasses everything else in 720 & only allows standard def for most other shows.

Here is a great link to the regular expression syntax:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression

If anyone has any experience with limiting file size with a filter that actually works, I'd love to know what the setings are.
I've tried a few things such as Filter = .* and Min size = 1GB with a Mode = Fail, as well as some other permutations such as *.* & justto no avail.


 

Filter: .*The Walking Dead.*(s06.*|6x).*  - any series 6 episode.
Max Size: 400 MB       - stops the big 720p versions, etc.
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