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Old 12-15-2014, 04:59 PM   #1
jocala
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mmv pattern help


I'm having trouble figuring an mmv pattern. I have a bunch of video files with this pattern:

my.program.name.season.NN.episode.NN.-.title.avi (NN=numeral)

and I need to move them to:

my.program.name.sNNeNN.title.avi

So, I need to cut "eason." "pisode." ".-" from each filename.

in order to import them into my video database. Post-rename I'd be looking at files renamed like my.program.name.s01e01.title.avi

Thanks!
 
Old 12-15-2014, 08:12 PM   #2
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Have you tried anything?

You almost have the from pattern in this sentence:
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So, I need to cut "eason." "pisode." ".-" from each filename.
Take a look at the man page and see if you can figure it out. You can use the -c option to copy files until you get it right.
 
  


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