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Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 24 Aug 2015 11:55
by clinton.hall
web-dl is considered "br-rip" in CouchPotato as these are usually lower bit-rate than the "traditional" 1080p and 720p releases.

So set this to search for Br-rip, increase the sizes of the BR-rips in settings, profiles, and in settings categories, add "1080p, 720p" to required words.

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 24 Aug 2015 16:48
by adrhc
Thanks man but my question is "why" ?
I mean, the movie is found with the title "Avengers.Age.of.Ultron.2015.1080p.WEB-DL.DD5.1.H.264.RoS..."; so why is considered br-rip instead of 1080p ? both categories are contained in title ...

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 25 Aug 2015 12:14
by RuudBurger
1080p are high quality rips. Because I don't want a list of 20 qualities they are grouped by the visual quality rather then resolution. WEB-DLs are usually a lower bitrate and around 2GB (lower quality sound), while true 1080p are around 10GB (including high quality sound, depending on the movie length). Those extra bits are there for a reason ;)

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 25 Aug 2015 13:34
by adrhc
Please remember that I'm asking why is chosen br-rip instead of 1080p for "Avengers.Age.of.Ultron.2015.1080p.WEB-DL.DD5.1.H.264.RoS..." who's size is about 9.5G.

@RuudBurger
You want to say that 1080p is not chosen because it must be at least 10G ? But my setting are 4000 - 20000 for 1080p so seems to me to be eligible.

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 26 Aug 2015 13:50
by clinton.hall
RuudBurger's explanation was to explain "general" quality settings that we see.
in "General" the web-dl is a lower quality... so when CouchPotato finds the words "web-dl" in the release name, it considered this to be a Br-rip quality and not a 1080p... So that is why this release is ignore regardless of the actual file size.

If this same release was named "Avengers.Age.of.Ultron.2015.1080p.BluRay.DD5.1.H.264.RoS.." or "Avengers.Age.of.Ultron.2015.1080p.DD5.1.H.264.RoS.." then it would have been selected using your settings.

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 17 Mar 2016 17:29
by adrhc
guys, is this English thread or not ?

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 31 Mar 2016 14:22
by clinton.hall
Yes, this forum is primarily English.
I myself only really communicate in English. I do know some French and Spanish, but I haven't used these for quite some time.

In answer to your previous question, answered multiple times, the reason WHY this is identified as BR-Rip is because the author of the software decided to classify any WED-DL as BR-Rip quality as this was deemed a better fit than pure 1080P quality.

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 05 Nov 2016 21:49
by adrhc
Ok, thanks

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 08 Dec 2016 04:25
by tando
im trying to get account to work on kodi but it says you only need user name or api key i put my user name and password in still says it

Re: Getting a 3rd party provider to work?

Posted: 09 Dec 2016 07:23
by clinton.hall
kodi? as a provider?

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Posted: 11 Sep 2017 00:18
by AaronMop
Not sure I see the issue. When I open the board--i.e., "Suggestion Box"--I simple click on the little box by the thread title that says "NEW", and it takes me to the first unread post.

Did I mis understand what it is you were looking for?