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    On 12/31/2010 13:56, Martin Moores wrote:
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      <div class="gmail_quote">On 31 December 2010 16:41, Raymond Wagner
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            Correct, %STARTTIME% is not currently a supported tag for
            exporting.&nbsp; The available tags are listed with
            '--helpformat'.<br>
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        <div>Thanks Raymond, looked through the possible options before,
          unfortunately, non of them will give these recordings any
          uniqueness in their titles.&nbsp; They seem to have no
          season/episode/subtitle, hence why the script was falling back
          on generic naming I guess!&nbsp; Seems to be an UK channels like
          Dave that show tons of repeats, obviously with limited
          listings data.<br>
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    A better option would probably be to edit the individual shows and
    give them proper subtitles so detection works, before exporting them
    to mythvideo.<br>
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