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Offline Miguelh1020

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What is the best importing script?
« on: June 05, 2017, 02:42:35 am »
There are a lot of problems with the IMDB script, so I've ben half using it with the help of the cast2 and plotkeywords scripts, and inputing some info by hand. Is there a better database or plug in you can use?? What do you guys use??

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Re: What is the best importing script?
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2017, 03:20:59 pm »

1º) I use IMDB plugin for the first detection download, overall in order to get the "t...." IMDB identification (TheMovieDB can find the movie with this code).
2º) After I use "FilmAffinity_[ES][HTTPS]" script for download nearly all information in Spanish. Because is a proprietary database, the available information are very solid.
http://www.videodb.info/forum_en/index.php/topic,3876.msg20113.html#msg20113
3º) After I use "TheMovieDB_[ES]" script for download some bizarre information (for instance, the collection, the fanart, etc).
http://www.videodb.info/forum_en/index.php/topic,3881.msg19414.html#msg19414
4º) For download the people information (photo) I use "TheMovieDB People [ES]" script
http://www.videodb.info/forum_en/index.php/topic,4086.msg20004.html#msg20004
5º) And more, I use PVdB for generate the NFO file of the movie for KODI (so I don't need scrap the info in KODI, very much less comfortable).
http://www.videodb.info/forum_en/index.php/topic,1496.msg20070.html#msg20070

The great advantage of TheMovieDB is a free web database and with a know information format but you have the information that you have in your language. Some free programs, for instance FileBot, use only this database.
The script are for download in Spanish language but are easy to adapt it to other language (TheMovieDB_[ES] have some interior parameters for easily do that) but your avatar, Miguel, tells me something.

 

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