Compare titles and filenames

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Compare titles and filenames

Post by Vlad » Fri Jan 14, 2011 3:48 pm

This plugin compares titles and filenames to detect incorrect references. It does not change anything, just lists titles and filenames that it thinks are not similar enough. If you scanned your collection of video files and let Movienizer download information automatically without adjusting titles too much, you may find this plugin useful: it will detect wrong hits.
Current version is very simple, it compares the title of the movie (actually, every word of the title) with the filename and then decides if there is enough similarity. Of course, wrong guesses are possible, but still it should be useful :)
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Re: Compare titles and filenames

Post by Vlad » Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:20 pm

A few improvements:
- it is now possible to set the threshold value
- compare title and original title
- remove entries from the list
- export the list to a text file
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Re: Compare titles and filenames

Post by Vlad » Mon Jan 31, 2011 3:28 pm

Version 1.2 is there. New features:
1. If you uncheck the both "Compare" boxes, all available filenames from the database will be shown. Previously the list was cleared.
2. Now it is possible to sort by columns (click the column title).
3. It is possible to export titles and filenames (previously only titles were exported).
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Re: Compare titles and filenames

Post by Vlad » Fri May 09, 2014 6:38 pm

A unicode version of the plugin (for Movienizer 5.5 and higher).
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