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"Multiple Movies on One Disc" Finder
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorDJ Doena
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Recently, Pete (Addicted2DVD) contributed a change to the Poison Ivy box set using the alternate DiscId feature to split two movies contained on the same disc.

I had forgotten that this was the case until he did so.

Now it's not easy to find such profiles in a large collection when you don't remember what you're looking for exactly.

What I could offer would be a small plugin that flags all profiles that don't have the "Television" genre (thereby ignoring all TV series) but do have an episode divider in either cast or crew.

This way you could find potential profiles containing more than one movie.

Is there any interest in this?
Karsten
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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You can do that with ProfilerQuery.
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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This way you could find potential profiles containing more than one movie.

Is there any interest in this?

Every profile that I had that contained multiple films always had a "/" in the title, so they were easy to find.

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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorDJ Doena
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Quoting GSyren:
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You can do that with ProfilerQuery.


OK, then forget it.
Karsten
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Quoting scotthm:
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Every profile that I had that contained multiple films always had a "/" in the title, so they were easy to find.

I have some with generic titles, like "4 Movie Marathon: Classic War Collection" that contains multiple movies on a disc (or on two discs, in that example). But yes, the great majority has a slash.
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I have  great amount that don't have the slash in the title. While I wouldn't ask Karsten to create such a pluggin for me alone. I think it is a shame as it could have been helpful to some of us.
Pete
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Any reason why ProfilerQuery isn't good enough, Pete?
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Haven't opened that pluggin in months...just takes too long to load in my opinion. I get impatient so don't bother.
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It's not a plugin, Pete! I think you're confusing it with Mark's Database Query.
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I think it is a shame as it could have been helpful to some of us.

I think that my ProfilerQuery could be helpful to some of you. Perhaps you should take a look at the documentation.
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Gunnar
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorAddicted2DVD
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Yeah... that is the one I was thinking... I will have to look into yours. Thanks.
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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Recently, Pete (Addicted2DVD) contributed a change to the Poison Ivy box set using the alternate DiscId feature to split two movies contained on the same disc.

I had forgotten that this was the case until he did so.

Now it's not easy to find such profiles in a large collection when you don't remember what you're looking for exactly.

What I could offer would be a small plugin that flags all profiles that don't have the "Television" genre (thereby ignoring all TV series) but do have an episode divider in either cast or crew.

This way you could find potential profiles containing more than one movie.

Is there any interest in this?


I'd be interested in it. Not only for Multi- movie profiles (I have the box title and not the content titles in my box sets, so no /), but it would also help locate incorrect episode dividers where a group divider should be.
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorDJ Doena
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Quoting ateo357:
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I'd be interested in it. Not only for Multi- movie profiles (I have the box title and not the content titles in my box sets, so no /), but it would also help locate incorrect episode dividers where a group divider should be.


I tested G's ProfilerQuery for this use case and it works just fine.

Just use these filter criteria:

Karsten
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Thanks Karsten!

I was preparing to post an example myself, but you beat it to me.
I wanted to finish ProfilerQuery 3.0 first while I was on a roll... 
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