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UMC 1.82 - How to identify Movies - XML
08-24-2009, 07:30 PM (This post was last modified: 08-24-2009 07:38 PM by mbusse.)
Post: #16
RE: UMC 1.82 - How to identify Movies - XML
(08-24-2009 06:50 PM)Michel Wrote:  I think it's the UTF-8 format.

OK,

I am now testing with the movie Broken Arrow. There are 2 releases of this movie, the one I have is the Western from 1950. If I do nothing, the automated scanner picks up the other Broken arrow movie from the 90's.

I copied the movie[Movie].xml from the xml-templates folder in the UMC 1.82 distribution. I placed it in the folder of the Broken Arrow movie. I named it as seen below, and also you will see the contents. I know it is not working because when the scanning is complete, the broken arrow movie is represented from the 90's not the one from 1950 as specified in my .xml file.

When I open the xml file in notepad++ it does in fact show UTF-8 in the lower right corner of notepad++, thus I know the format is correct.

Foldername - Broken Arrow
Filename - BROKEN_ARROW.iso
XML Filename - BROKEN_ARROW[Movie].xml
Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<movie xmlns="http://www.umc-project.de/xmlbeans">

  <!--
  Here you can declare the desired movie title. This has preference before the filename. If the <title>-tag is empty so the title is searched in internet.
  -->
  <title>BROKEN ARROW</title>

  <!-- Here you can deposit the distinct ID (OFDB odr IMDB) of a movie.
  If the ID is legal the scanner will use this ID and always get the right movie informations.
  -->
  <id>tt0042286</id>

<YEAR>1950</YEAR>

</movie>
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09-02-2009, 07:18 AM
Post: #17
RE: UMC 1.82 - How to identify Movies - XML
wouldnt you love it if the movie name was picked up from the FOLDER name instead of messing with xmls and all. Surely, just a (2005) included in the folder name would let imdb show the right movie.

Good news is, I did talk to UMC guys and it might be coming soon.

Love technology.
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09-03-2009, 02:07 AM
Post: #18
RE: UMC 1.82 - How to identify Movies - XML
(09-02-2009 07:18 AM)hindibuff Wrote:  wouldnt you love it if the movie name was picked up from the FOLDER name instead of messing with xmls and all. Surely, just a (2005) included in the folder name would let imdb show the right movie.

Good news is, I did talk to UMC guys and it might be coming soon.

Love technology.

Could not agree more....
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