#11 2018-05-15 00:57

den4b
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Re: Rename Files according to Endoded date

The invalid character is the new line character, at the end of the console output... roll

I have adjusted the MediaInfo script to trim the white space characters from both ends of the console output. Try the updated script.

Alternatively, you could use a Strip rule to strip away all characters but digits and dash symbols.

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#12 2018-05-16 04:40

igor2
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Re: Rename Files according to Endoded date

Thank you, that solved it.

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#13 2018-07-03 12:47

edixxx
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Re: Rename Files according to Endoded date

oops:)
Everything works.... Did not understood difference between Mediainfo and Mediainfo CLI from the first sight... smile))
Why Renamer do not see ENCODED DATE by himself (without scripts & mediainfo)???

Тут совершенно не говорят по-русски, но всё понимают?....

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#14 2018-07-08 20:42

den4b
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Re: Rename Files according to Endoded date

edixxx wrote:

Why Renamer do not see ENCODED DATE by himself (without scripts & mediainfo)???

How else do you think it should get the ENCODED DATE?

It is normally stored in the meta information which is built into the files. You would need to create parsers for dozens of file formats and then parsers for dozens of meta data formats, and forever maintain these parsers. This is what mediainfo does.

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