Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by applebonker1965 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:16 pm

Hello. I have been using your app for a bit, and I noticed there is a "Custom Template only" button- but it is locked. I work in a private torrent site and we have our own template we like to use so that it keeps everything uniform. They use the cheap-o product G-spot. Which I HATE! Is there a way for me to enter our cutom template into the program? Yours gives photos and screenshots and I know I could convince our 13,000 + memmbers to switch, if we were able to use our template. :ymparty: :ymparty: GREAT Program! BTW!

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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by Superl » Wed Jul 04, 2012 6:04 am

Yes there is, you just need to post a description in here that way I will be able to reproduce the template.

Or d/l "LuJoSoft Movie Nfo Creator Final" and you will be able to create your own template in it


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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by applebonker1965 » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:15 pm

Your help would be appreciated. I am not a programmer.


ThunderBytes Presents.......: %FILE_NAME%rnrn _______________________File Information_______________________rn File Size.......: %FILE_SIZE%Bytesrn Duration.......: %VIDEO_DURATION%rn Bytes Missing.......: %CONT_BYTES_MISSING%rn IMDB Link.......: rn Rating.......:rnrn ______________________Video Information______________________rn Video Codec.......: %VIDEO_CODEC_NAME% - %CONT_BASETYPE% - %CONT_SUBTYPE%rn Resolution.......: %VIDEO_SIZE_X%x%VIDEO_SIZE_Y%rn Video Bitrate.......: %VIDEO_BITRATE% kb/srn FPS.......: %VIDEO_FRAMES_PER_SEC%rn Display Aspect Ratio.......: %VIDEO_DAR%rn Bits / Pixel.......: %VIDEO_QF%rnrn ______________________Audio Information______________________rn Audio Streams.......: %CONT_AUDIO_STREAM_COUNT%rn Audio Codec.......: %AUDIO_CODEC%rn Audio Bitrate.......: %AUDIO_BITRATE%kb/s - %AUDIO_BITRATE_TYPE% - %AUDIO_SAMPLE_RATE% Hzrn Audio Channel Count.......: %AUDIO_CHANNEL_COUNT%rn Audio alignment.......: %CONT_INTERLEAVE_ALIGN%rn Interleave.......: %CONT_INTERLEAVE_TIME%msrn Preload.......: %CONT_INTERLEAVE_PRELOAD%msrnrn Original Source.......rn [donateup]rn




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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by Superl » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:36 pm

And the result of that would be? Do you have a link that I could see a final result or a image of it


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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by applebonker1965 » Thu Jul 05, 2012 3:04 pm

Image

As you see- Gspot makes an ugly nfo.
I was hoping to be able to make the files more pleasing
This is a sample I made for Black Snake Moan on gspot:
ThunderBytes Presents.......: Black.Snake.Moan.2007.mkv

_______________________File Information_______________________
File Size.......: 934,444,615Bytes
Duration.......:
Bytes Missing.......:
IMDB Link.......:[url][/url]
Rating.......:

______________________Video Information______________________
Video Codec.......: - Unknown -
Resolution.......: x
Video Bitrate.......: kb/s
FPS.......:
Display Aspect Ratio.......:
Bits / Pixel.......:

______________________Audio Information______________________
Audio Streams.......:
Audio Codec.......:
Audio Bitrate.......: kb/s - - Hz
Audio Channel Count.......:
Audio alignment.......:
Interleave.......: ms
Preload.......: ms

Original Source.......
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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by Superl » Sat Jul 07, 2012 3:58 pm

With practice you will create a custom template in no time


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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by slayer213 » Tue Jul 10, 2012 6:52 am

Superl wrote:With practice you will create a custom template in no time

Yes, it´s really easy! and the LuJoSoft Movie Nfo Creator Final is 5x better than the 1st one ;) so once again thanks Luc for your time, work and everything! :)

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Post by Superl » Tue Jul 10, 2012 1:45 pm

Your welcome :D


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Re: Using a custom Template for Movie NFO

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Post by tabsman » Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:33 pm

slayer213 wrote:
Superl wrote:With practice you will create a custom template in no time

Yes, it´s really easy! and the LuJoSoft Movie Nfo Creator Final is 5x better than the 1st one ;) so once again thanks Luc for your time, work and everything! :)

i love it as well glad it was created
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