Smart naming of output files
rob.dixon at gmx.com
Sun Jul 29 07:17:04 EDT 2012
On 29/07/2012 12:08, Rob Dixon wrote:
> On 29/07/2012 09:13, J K.Eason wrote:
>> In the same vein, I'd like to be able to get filenames without the PID
>> and 'default' tacked on the end. It's a real pain having to rename them
>> every time.
> Hi John
> You need to adjust the file-prefix option. By default it's set to
> "<name> - <episode> <pid> <version>"
> and if all you want to do is remove the PID from the name you can just add
> --file-prefix "<name> - <episode> <version>"
> to your command line.
> If there is anything you want to make permanent then add it to your
> preferences file using
> get_iplayer --prefs-add --file-prefix "<name> - <episode> <version>"
> Use the --info option to see what information fields are available, and
> note that you can add whatever characters you like between the fields.
> You can also change the directory where the file is stored using the
> --subdir-format option in the same way.
You also wanted the `default` removed. That is the `version` field so
you end up with just
--file-prefix "<name> - <episode>"
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