Command-line job not working as PVR job
andrew at warmlight.co.uk
Fri Jan 31 08:43:17 EST 2014
Good grief, I knew it would be something simple, but didn't expect it to be that obvious, particularly as all my other PVR jobs use the numeric suffixes!
Thanks for that and apologies for the daft question.
On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 12:54:49 +0000
dinkypumpkin <dinkypumpkin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 31/01/2014 10:35, Andrew Isherwood wrote:
> > Hi all
> > I've got a job that I want to run as a PVR job, it works fine when
> > I run it from the command-line, but when I run it as a PVR job it
> > says there are "0 Matching Programmes". I'm sure I've made a
> > head-slappingly simple mistake, but can't see it. Can anyone please
> > help?
> > Command-line:
> > /usr/local/bin/get_iplayer/get_iplayer --category=Films
> > --modes=best --subtitles --thumbnail --output "/path/to/dir/"
> > --file-prefix="<name>" --whitespace --type=tv --get .*
> > PVR config:
> > category Films
> > modes best
> > subtitles 1
> > thumb 1
> > output /path/to/dir
> > fileprefix '<name>'
> > whitespace 1
> > type tv
> > search .*
> Change search back to search0 in the pvr job file. The PVR machinery
> needs the numeric suffixes, so don't remove them after you create the
> PVR job.
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