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RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - oferfort - 10-14-2009 02:18 PM
(10-11-2009 10:32 PM)lordy Wrote: Hi Atinkler, when you mark as watched it should become greyed out.
how hard would it be to add a "one button mark" ?
I mean, when a video is selected, press of a certain button will mark it, instead of navigating to the mark button and then navigating again to the video you were on?
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - PrairieSailor - 10-14-2009 02:29 PM
Upgraded my NewzBook software yesterday and now once the download is complete and the files are unpacked they end up in nested folders like this:
Nested really deep, with the files finally ending up in a folder like this /Share/~Other/1/5/6/8/THD502~Q/thefile.avi. Rebooted and downloaded new files with the exact same problem. I am using Newzbook v1.2.4beta & NZBGet 1.4(Testing-2). And have Overnight 20091007 installed. I only use the unpack not the jukebox. I did a "Reinstall" in Oversight after upgrading NzbGet. Anyway to verify where this problem is?
I posted the question in the NewzBook forum and the author mentioned a PIN problem in the unpack script....
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - joshua.lyon - 10-14-2009 02:51 PM
(10-14-2009 02:29 PM)PrairieSailor Wrote: Hello,It looks like the PIN functionality of unpak.sh is moving your downloads to the PIN folder. I briefly looked around in oversight and didn't see the settings available for this from the UI, but you can modify the configuration directly if you need to. If I remember correctly, when oversight is installed you can access the configuration at:
See below for a snippet from my configuration - I'm mainly posting it so you can read the comments which explain the PIN functionality:
What this means is anything that comes from the erotica newsgroup will automatically get moved to the PIN folder on completion. Anything from the sounds newsgroup will get moved to /share/Music.
If you don't want this to happen, you can comment out each unpak_by_newsgroup line by putting a # in front of it. Or you can modify the newgroups and folders to your liking.
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - conradm - 10-14-2009 03:05 PM
(10-11-2009 06:21 PM)markdj Wrote: It's not picking up any movie covers and all movies are listed as Other.
Same kind overhere, After the first install all seems to work fine, all movies are marked as movie and have a Poster. Same for the series. After a rescan some (or all) movies lose there Poster and change to Other.
Did several rescans, looks like the changes are random. After a reinstall it worked fine, after the first rescan same story
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - PrairieSailor - 10-14-2009 03:31 PM
That's great! I'm so happy this is by design and not a bug Thank you again for the help on this. Makes sense.
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - gaz_az - 10-15-2009 07:44 PM
After months of working perfectly I am now having trouble with oversight on my A110..
What happened was ....
NZBget WUI suddenly stopped working and I couldn't get it back, so I did a fresh install of my popcorn. Initially couldn't get any apps to install using the CSI because of a 404 error message, but tried the new C200 beta version and it worked a treat.
Most up to date versions of feedtime, and nzbget are installed and working as they used to .. but oversight has a few problems.
1) When I scan my TV folder it finds the files, but doesn't download any DVD cover or cover art ! Although I have a feeling it may still be rescanning I am not sure. Does it download the images at the end ??
2) Completed files are no longer moved to my NAS, but remain on the popcorn in the completed directory. The mkv file is inside a folder of the same name (within the completed directory). A folder is also created on my NAS, which has the same name as the mkv file, but the file is no longer moved to the NAS. This folder is just empty.
What I want it to do (and what it used to do!) was to move the mkv file from the completed directory, to the /NAS/TV Title/Season X/ folder without creating any new folders on the NAS, and also deleting the folder and file from the popcorn.
My rename format for TV shows in oversight is .....
and my scan path is .......
Hope you can help, I am really no enjoying manually copying the files onto my NAS
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - joshua.lyon - 10-16-2009 04:53 PM
(10-14-2009 03:05 PM)conradm Wrote: Same kind overhere, After the first install all seems to work fine, all movies are marked as movie and have a Poster. Same for the series. After a rescan some (or all) movies lose there Poster and change to Other.This could be related to the recent issues with themoviedb.org... it looks like there has been an extended outage which would probably cause issues with oversight pulling in the artwork.
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - lordy - 10-16-2009 05:30 PM
@gaz_az, Hi, have a look in your recent /share/Apps/oversight/logs , open sonme recent log files and look for the word
ERROR or WARNING for starters...
@all been manic at work but somehow managed to find time - I'm currently testing
episode plots - I've made a lot of use of this already.
direct delete/mark - select the file, press [DELETE] , [OK] to confirm, then if you want to delete the media too [OK] again.
Also juggled some of the layout around. Then hopefully fix the biggest bugs.
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - tgb - 10-16-2009 07:32 PM
First of all, Lordy, thanks so much for putting this together, top marks mate!!
I've just got an egreat m34a, and am slowly starting to get my head around it fully. I stuck oversight on as it looks to do all that I could want
Just registered here so I could ask about the issue I am having with the DVD covers / fan art not showing up - but it looks like my first assumption from the error log was right, and the server they're coming from is stuffed at the minute.
1 question though - on the demo I can see "Chuck" having a nice DVD box, but it seems that TV shows don't download these? Is there a way for me to make up / source art and attach to them?
Episode info sounds good!
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - lordy - 10-16-2009 07:38 PM
@tgb thanks for the feedback, see http://code.google.com/p/oversight/wiki/FileNames#Images for images fanart
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - tgb - 10-16-2009 07:51 PM
Ah, right, that seems simple enough, will try now. Not sure how I missed that going through the docs...
Awesome, sooooo easy to do - nice one!
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - reznor - 10-17-2009 10:38 AM
I'm new to the Popcornhour and i'm trying to run Oversight on the C-200 via Snow Leopard, but i'm not suceeding.
No way to access the NMT with the mini-installer nor the CSI.
Ist it a Java Issue or what ?
Thx for any help !
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - lordy - 10-17-2009 11:44 AM
@reznor, Hi, You have installed NMT apps and started the FTP server?
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - trongson - 10-18-2009 02:33 AM
Why Oversight didn't display the thumbnail (poster) I have the picture of the movie the same name but it displayed only standard thumbnail after scan and see all my movies store in usb_drive_A-5 ????
RE: Oversight Jukebox V20091007-1b - lordy - 10-18-2009 02:54 AM
@trongson, try just calling it poster.jpg or if you need to find out the problem with the longer name, look at the gui log.
It should contain a list of the names it is looking for. To see the gui log just do view page source in a PC browser,
and scroll through looking for any mention of your image file.