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By skip, do you mean preempt?
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No, your example below.
CSI [at 20:00-21:00 on CBS every R]
CSI [skip date 5/4/2006]
CSI [skip date 5/11/2006]
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Yeah, I call that preempt. I think of as a show you want to record being preempted by a show you don't care about recording (say...the president speaking).

Once the preemption has been set, will you be able to schedule a different show that would have overlapped that one?

For example, the last time Bush spoke, it pushed back Monday's programs by 20 minutes. Assuming I had:
Code:
KingOfQueens [at 17:57-18:30 on CBS every M]
HowIMetYourMother [at 18:30-19:00 on CBS every M]
TwoAndAHalfMen [at 19:00-19:30 on CBS every M]
TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine [at 19:30-20:03 on CBS every M]

KingOfQueens [skip date 05/15/2006]
HowIMetYourMother [skip date 05/15/2006]
TwoAndAHalfMen [skip date 05/15/2006]
TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine [skip date 05/15/2006]
(Don't the month and day have to be two digits?)

Would I then be able to have
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MondayComedies [at 18:15-20:45 on CBS date 05/15/2006]
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Also, what happens with two shows with the same name on the same night?
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KingOfQueens [at 17:57-18:30 on CBS every M]
TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine [at 18:30-19:00 date 05/22/2006]
TwoAndAHalfMen [at 19:00-19:30 on CBS every M]
TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine [at 19:30-20:03 on CBS every M]
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Xesdeeni, yes another program can use the time slot. The plan is for Skip to be applied only against he weekly option. When building the weekly entries if the skip date matches the reservation date of a reservation built by a weekly entry it will get skipped. While building the skip list a warning will be generated if the date has passed.

Month, day or year can all be one or two digits.

I'm pretty sure there is no problem with duplicate names. For manual entries only. But it better not generate duplicate file names. But when I incorporate your extension that can be dealt with.
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Last week the wife and I watched the entire season of Conviction. It is so way cool to have this kind of flexibility. Everything was going well till we got to the last episode.When I saw it running over an hour I figured it to be an hour and a half. At 75 minutes into the program it quit. WHAT THE HAYYY??

What in the hell did RT screw up? I set Test and ShowNotSeen in the ini file and ran RT. It generated a log of the NotSeen file. Sure enough there was the last episode of Conviction with a subtitle 180.80 and some other junk. I now have Conviction set with Subtitle 180.80 to rerecord the season ender. I'm thinking of adding the option AirDate to do the same thing that Subtitle does just another way.

The NotSeen file dos not keep the start and stop times so I could not verify that it was a one and a half hour program. But I'm going to add those times which will cause a format change in the NotSeen file which RT is suppose to handle.

Oh, and how did RT screw up in the first place? If it was 90 minutes long and started at 10 it would run till 11:30. And I have my machines set to turn off at 11:15 so RT did nothing wrong. Bet I change the shutdown time.

But using an intermittent wireless connection in a motel room is way wrong. I'm not sure how much of this stuff will get done in the next 60 days. We're in the middle of the move in more ways than one.
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The Conviction season ender was 2 hours long....
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Guys I am really lost here, spent 30 minute on zap2it and di not see how to register an account, let alone download anything ... Please help
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Guys I am really lost here, spent 30 minute on zap2it and di not see how to register an account, let alone download anything ... Please help

i don't know which card you are using but the zap2it account setup is the same, so here's a link to my post in the fusion thread showing how to:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...&&#post7679731

be sure to come back to this thread for any further help with RT.

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For Xesdeeni,

I don't know if you have a running machine or not but here is an RT with your 'manual' way of building a file title. It can be accessed and defined by the FileNameStyle option using the new definition of 'Manual'.
>> FileNameStyle Manual %x%y%z and so on where, and this is you snippet of documentation:

// A=A or P from am/pm, a=a or p from am/pm (m or M added by user if desired)
// D=numerical date, d=text day of week
// H=24 hour time, h=12 hour time
// M=numerical month, m=text month
// N=channel name from stream, n=channel name from ini
// P=physical channel number
// S=subchannel number
// T=program title
// V=virtual channel number
// Y=4 digit year, y=2 digit year

Let me know if you can or cannot test it. Unless others want to play around with Xesdeeni's algorithm they might want to pass on this. I have only a few days of connectivity left is why I wanted to get this out there for testing.

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I forgot to add, since I had a problem with the last episode of Conviction I was wunderin. Is it on at all sometime in the near future? And how long can the term 'near future' be defined using the Zap2It db? What is the largest number of days that can be asked for? A week?

So I added AnyDate to the Today and Tomorrow options. The last one defined is the one that will be used. If AnyDate is defined then RT, while searching the db, will not check the date to see if it is today or tomorrow. If the program name matches it will try and schedule it. But I plan to use AnyDate with Test so nothing really happens. It will output a schedule message if the program is found and that is what I'm watching for. For me its just a way to search the db for any given program(s).

If Test is not set it will schedule the program but I have no idea what will happen.
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... What is the largest number of days that can be asked for? A week? ...

from the faq, 13 days of data updated 6 days a week.
btw, if you just want to do a search for that missing show without downloading all 13 days of data, zap2it has another site called tvlistings.com that has all 13 days of data with a search ability.

i like the idea of having the AnyDate option.

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from the faq, 13 days of data updated 6 days a week.
btw, if you just want to do a search for that missing show without downloading all 13 days of data, zap2it has another site called tvlistings.com that has all 13 days of data with a search ability.
i like the idea of having the AnyDate option.

Tried it, thanks.
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Tried it, thanks.

the anydate option works for fusion cards. using a two day download, i was able to schedule two days of programming with one run of RT. seems like that ability will be handy, thanks.

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For Xesdeeni,

I don't know if you have a running machine or not but here is an RT with your 'manual' way of building a file title. It can be accessed and defined by the FileNameStyle option using the new definition of 'Manual'.
>> FileNameStyle Manual %x%y%z and so on where, and this is you snippet of documentation:

// A=A or P from am/pm, a=a or p from am/pm (m or M added by user if desired)
// D=numerical date, d=text day of week
// H=24 hour time, h=12 hour time
// M=numerical month, m=text month
// N=channel name from stream, n=channel name from ini
// P=physical channel number
// S=subchannel number
// T=program title
// V=virtual channel number
// Y=4 digit year, y=2 digit year

Let me know if you can or cannot test it. Unless others want to play around with Xesdeeni's algorithm they might want to pass on this. I have only a few days of connectivity left is why I wanted to get this out there for testing.

Allen

a few things to work out, but another handy option. thanks.

when scheduling reruns, include time or all names will be the same.
mapfusionname channels need N not n

Y=4 digit year gives 20066 not 2006
y=2digit year gives 20066 not 06
M=numerical month gives 66 not 6
m=text month gives June6 not June
d=text day of week gives (null) not Monday etc

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I don't know if you have a running machine or not but here is an RT with your 'manual' way of building a file title. It can be accessed and defined by the FileNameStyle option using the new definition of 'Manual'.
>> FileNameStyle Manual %x%y%z and so on where, and this is you snippet of documentation:

// A=A or P from am/pm, a=a or p from am/pm (m or M added by user if desired)
// D=numerical date, d=text day of week
// H=24 hour time, h=12 hour time
// M=numerical month, m=text month
// N=channel name from stream, n=channel name from ini
// P=physical channel number
// S=subchannel number
// T=program title
// V=virtual channel number
// Y=4 digit year, y=2 digit year

I assume this is fed to printf as in my sample code, right? So field size and other printable characters are under our control too, right (like %02M%02D-%T gives 0617-LadyAndTheTramp.tp)?
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Let me know if you can or cannot test it. Unless others want to play around with Xesdeeni's algorithm they might want to pass on this. I have only a few days of connectivity left is why I wanted to get this out there for testing.

I missed this yesterday, but I'll check it out tonight.
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when scheduling reruns, include time or all names will be the same.

Don't the Fusion and MyHD both handle name collisions and append a number?

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I assume this is fed to printf as in my sample code, right? So field size and other printable characters are under our control too, right (like %02M%02D-%T gives 0617-LadyAndTheTramp.tp)?I missed this yesterday, but I'll check it out tonight.Don't the Fusion and MyHD both handle name collisions and append a number?Xesdeeni

I call your routine passing 2 main params and all the individual values. The two main params are the string the user enters, whatever it might be, and where to place the resulting filename which I then directly use. Your routine, using all the variables and the user supplied string, builds the filename.

If your routine used printf then it should work as you expect. I don't.
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a few things to work out, but another handy option. thanks.

when scheduling reruns, include time or all names will be the same.
mapfusionname channels need N not n

Y=4 digit year gives 20066 not 2006
y=2digit year gives 20066 not 06
M=numerical month gives 66 not 6
m=text month gives June6 not June
d=text day of week gives (null) not Monday etc

ok, i guess i made a mistake here. it appears that the one parm that doesn't seem to work as stated is the Date. D gives mddyyyy all by itself. d gives (null).

earlier i was getting an extra "6" because i had used the M param with the D followed by the y. with the D param giving all the date already, the M and y are extra.

as an example %T-on-%N-at-%H-on-%D gives the file name:
Law & Order-on-TNTHD-at-2200-on-6202006.tp

episode and/or subtitle might be other params that would be helpful for users recording a whole season of a program

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I took license and modified Xesdeenis design. I modified the meaning of 'D' and added 'F'. Had to tweak internal stuff a bit but I ran all combinations. Try it again.

// Convert string and populate next argument
// A=A or P from am/pm, a=a or p from am/pm (m or M added by user if desired)
// D=day of month dd, d=text day of week
// F=Full date mmddyyyy
// H=24 hour time, h=12 hour time
// M=numerical month, m=text month
// N=channel name from stream, n=channel name from ini
// P=physical channel number
// S=subchannel number
// T=program title
// V=virtual channel number
// Y=4 digit year, y=2 digit year

 

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Oops! Didn't try the Ms.
Oops, blew up.
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Oops! Didn't try the Ms.
Oops, blew up.

no blow up here, but the Date is still not quite right. D gives correct numerical day but d gives wrong text day.
%F-%D-%d gives 06192006-19-Monday
and for another program on the next day i get 06202006-20-Monday, the date/day has changed but d is still Monday.

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no blow up here, but the Date is still not quite right. D gives correct numerical day but d gives wrong text day.
%F-%D-%d gives 06192006-19-Monday
and for another program on the next day i get 06202006-20-Monday, the date/day has changed but d is still Monday.

If you are using the new AnyDate option it will cause a problem in this area. The day of week is correctly calculated only for today and tomorrow. I haven't figured out how to get day of week for any arbitrary day. Got a few ideas like just calculate the difference from now till then.

But if you are using Today or Tomorrow it should work.
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If you are using the new AnyDate option it will cause a problem in this area. The day of week is correctly calculated only for today and tomorrow. I haven't figured out how to get day of week for any arbitrary day. Got a few ideas like just calculate the difference from now till then.

But if you are using Today or Tomorrow it should work.

ok, that was the problem. i was using anydate.
now, about that episode or subtitle idea...

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ok, that was the problem. i was using anydate.
now, about that episode or subtitle idea...

Got to find the failure first. Episode like episode number? The file title could get quite long putting in subtitle. Right now I have the file name maximum set to 100 characters.
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I was putting all the possibilities in the spec string but the routine only allowed 15 or 16. It now handles 17 arguments.

 

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Got to find the failure first. Episode like episode number? The file title could get quite long putting in subtitle. Right now I have the file name maximum set to 100 characters.

yes, i was thinking first air date(is that episode number?), something along that line to show what program is what. right now we have a way to show when it is recorded, but that's not as helpful when trying to find a particuler episode you want to watch again.
i realize the name gets long if using subtitle but even a truncated subtitle would be a help when looking thru a bunch of Law & Order all recorded on the same day in a "marathon" session. or nascar racing, which gets recorded with the title nascar racing but might be one of three different races or qualifing on a weekend. actually i guess subtitle would be more usefull in some respects but both would be useful.

the episode number might not work for everything because of the "?????" some shows have, so that would need some thought. ????? would have to be set to some text string to get by the file naming imitations, right?

just thinking out loud...

as long as you tell what the character limit is for the filename, users should be able to choose what parems they will use. not all parems will be used at any one time.

100 characters is the fusion data base limit for the PL_Name field. you probably already knew that...

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yes, i was thinking first air date(is that episode number?), something along that line to show what program is what. right now we have a way to show when it is recorded, but that's not as helpful when trying to find a particuler episode you want to watch again.
i realize the name gets long if using subtitle but even a truncated subtitle would be a help when looking thru a bunch of Law & Order all recorded on the same day in a "marathon" session. or nascar racing, which gets recorded with the title nascar racing but might be one of three different races or qualifing on a weekend. actually i guess subtitle would be more usefull in some respects but both would be useful.

the episode number might not work for everything because of the "?????" some shows have, so that would need some thought. ????? would have to be set to some text string to get by the file naming imitations, right?

just thinking out loud...

as long as you tell what the character limit is for the filename, users should be able to choose what parems they will use. not all parems will be used at any one time.

100 characters is the fusion data base limit for the PL_Name field. you probably already knew that...

ok, i see "episode number"(not the air date, i was talking about earlier) in the xml data has a dot in the string, so that would cause a problem for the name field also. so some logic would be involved in getting a useable string from "episode number" and "subtitle" data fields.

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ok, i see "episode number"(not the air date, i was talking about earlier) in the xml data has a dot in the string, so that would cause a problem for the name field also. so some logic would be involved in getting a useable string from "episode number" and "subtitle" data fields.

That is the field I was thinking about. Like you said it needs some tweaking to go into a filename. It looks like tomorrow is the last day of connection till sometime in July so I might not get to it for awhile.
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will this program work with both fusion 5RT or gold?

please post link for download?
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will this program work with both fusion 5RT or gold?
please post link for download?

I think I've seen references to RT working with those cards. Just look back several messages and you will see the latest version. But the first message in this thread has both the ini file and the exe for RT.
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That is the field I was thinking about. Like you said it needs some tweaking to go into a filename. It looks like tomorrow is the last day of connection till sometime in July so I might not get to it for awhile.

hope your move is smooth and we look forward to seeing you back here. i'm sure we can work with the fine program you have built so far. thanks

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here's the entry i used to get the program name-time-channel-date:

>> filenamestyle Manual %T-%h%am-%V%N-%F

gives this: NASCAR Racing-0400pm-276TNTHD-07082006.tp

i'll add that sometimes the fusion app will give an info box that the data is too long for the field when the recording starts. the field has space for 100 characters but the info box pops up before that number is reached. i have not had a problem with ignoring the info box yet, but i suppose when allen gets back maybe he'll want to take a look at a limit for the field length.

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