pvr search term no longer works
ajebay at errichel.co.uk
Fri Mar 20 05:02:42 PDT 2015
On 20/03/15 11:49, Shepherd, Ben (STFC,DL,AST) wrote:
> Works OK for me from the command line:
> C:\Program Files (x86)\get_iplayer>get_iplayer "Thursday Opera Matinee"
> get_iplayer v2.92, Copyright (C) 2008-2010 Phil Lewis
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> 10146: Afternoon on 3: Thursday Opera Matinee - Mozart - La clemenza
> di Tito, BBC Ra
> dio 3,
> INFO: 1 Matching Programmes
> Ben Shepherd
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> On 20 March 2015 at 10:08, Budgie <ajebay at errichel.co.uk> wrote:
>> I am trying to record Afternoon on 3 - Thursday Opera Matinee using pvr and
>> gip v2.92. After some patient help from dinkypumpkin in April 2013 with the
>> command required to add to pvr list:-
>> get_iplayer --pvradd --type=radio --fields=episode "Thursday Opera Matinee"
>> This has worked fine until recently when we had to upgrade to accommodate
>> changes at BBC and my machine went down for a while. All is now working as
>> before except for this one programme.
>> The entry in my pvr list is:-
>> pvrsearch = Thursday_Opera_Matinee
>> fields = episode
>> search0 = Thursday Opera Matinee
>> type = radio
>> Does anybody have any ideas as to what I am doing wrong please?
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Yes, thanks, the command line you suggested works for me too, with the
addition of --type=radio of course.
My problem is with pvr and how previous search item, which used to work,
does so no longer. It seems like the "episode" function is the problem
but I would like to know why. Any ideas
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