#TV


Fix to the XBMC “could not enumerate file” error

Usu­ally, this hap­pens with files being loaded into the library don’t have the required reg­u­lar expres­sion pat­tern that XBMC is look­ing for, when it loads files into the library. That reg­u­lar expres­sion is usu­ally in the form of anything_s01e02 for exam­ple (sea­son num­ber, and episode num­ber). When this occurs, you may still view the episodes but you have to go through the “Files” way of view­ing it; not through your TV’s library (like the other TV episodes themselves).

After going through XBMC wiki’s page regard­ing “Nam­ing video files/TV shows,” here’s the Nzb­Drone set­tings that I use now to rename my Anime episode files:

nzbdrone-xbmc-filename-friendly-format

For easy copypasta:

  • Stan­dard Episode Format
    Ex. Series_Title_2010.s01e01_Episode_Title_(1)
    {Series_CleanTitle}.s{season:00}e{episode:00}_{Episode_Title}
  • Daily Episode Format
    Ex. Series_Title_2010.2013–10-30_Episode_Title_(1)
    {Series_CleanTitle}.{Air-Date}_{Episode_Title}
  • Anime Episode Format
    Ex. Series_Title_2010.s01e01_Episode_Title_(1)
    {Series_CleanTitle}.s{season:00}e{episode:00}_{Episode_Title}
  • Anime Episode Format
    Ex. Series_Title_2010.s01e01_Episode_Title_(1)
    {Series_CleanTitle}.s{season:00}e{episode:00}_{Episode_Title}
  • Multi-Episode Style = “Extended”
    Ex. Series_Title_2010.s01e01-02_Episode_Title

Conan O’Brien — American Express Commercial

Finally got to see Conan’s return to TV last night. I watched his first episode via TBS. Pretty funny as usual. Mean­while, I have to give props to the lat­est com­mer­cial from Amer­i­can Express star­ring him. It just came in the right time.

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The Lonely Island Live Debut Performance

Twitpic from 20090512 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Just in case you missed it, The Lonely Island rocked the mic last night for their live debut per­for­mance at Late Night With Jimmy Fal­lon. They per­formed “I’m on a Boat” but Black Thought filled in for T-Pain with an auto-tune. What scary is that they sound good HA!

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