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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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No worries, Marty. Any questions regarding my programs are welcome. It tells me that someone wants to use the program. That's always good to hear. 
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No questions. I love the tools you have created. I use several of them.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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TurboCLT 1.3.3

Fixed a bug that could cause the profile count in Crew Roles to be incorrect if more than one name had been searched (or loaded).
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Thank you.
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TurboCLT 1.3.4
Well, no sooner than one bug is found and fixed, another one pops up.
This time it was names with quotation marks that didn't work properly.
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Gunnar,

Is it possible to add a settings option that filters out disc profiles for TV series?
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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Gunnar,

Is it possible to add a settings option that filters out disc profiles for TV series?


I'll take a look at it, but I guess it would mean filtering out anything with genre Television, which would also include TV movies if they were flagged as such. Unless you can suggest another way to identify just TV series?
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Look for episode dividers or the word "episode"?
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Look for episode dividers or the word "episode"?

I considered that, but there are plenty of anthology movies that contain episodes. Amicus released a bunch of such films back in the day, such as Vault of Horror, Tales from the Crypt and others. And there many other examples.
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Look for episode dividers or the word "episode"?

I considered that, but there are plenty of anthology movies that contain episodes. Amicus released a bunch of such films back in the day, such as Vault of Horror, Tales from the Crypt and others. And there many other examples.

In cases like this, my approach is to knock off as many exceptions as possible and forget the rest. Not to sacrifice the large majority of correct hits trying to make it perfect. Of course, we each have our own ways of doing things. Just my 2 cents.
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Look for episode dividers or the word "episode"?

I considered that, but there are plenty of anthology movies that contain episodes. Amicus released a bunch of such films back in the day, such as Vault of Horror, Tales from the Crypt and others. And there many other examples.

In cases like this, my approach is to knock off as many exceptions as possible and forget the rest. Not to sacrifice the large majority of correct hits trying to make it perfect. Of course, we each have our own ways of doing things. Just my 2 cents.

I like that approach too. My suggestion would be to start with titles that have the word "Disc" in them, and see where it goes.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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My suggestion would be to start with titles that have the word "Disc" in them, and see where it goes.

We could try that, but I have to warn you that I have several movie boxsets where the individual children have titles that contain "Disc", and lots of TV titles that does not.

It's hard to evaluate the effectiveness of filtering in TurboCLT. I would suggest that you use ProfilerQuery against your own collection to test the effectiveness of some words. In my collection I found that selecting titles that contain "Series" or "Season" seemed to be fairly effective. But that's just for English titles.

Maybe I could implement something like this:
Exclude titles that contains any of the words: [Series, Season, Serie, ...]
Where you can add any word that seems appropriate. But, as I said, in TurboCLT it's very difficult to tell how effective this is.
What do you think?
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My suggestion would be to start with titles that have the word "Disc" in them, and see where it goes.

... It's hard to evaluate the effectiveness of filtering in TurboCLT. I would suggest that you use ProfilerQuery against your own collection to test the effectiveness of some words. In my collection I found that selecting titles that contain "Series" or "Season" seemed to be fairly effective. But that's just for English titles. ...

Definitely the way to go. We are fortunate that you have given us such an array of tools. Once users find a reasonable collection of queries, they could be then encoded into TurboCLT. The right combination of words and use of profile attributes could be the solution if it results in an accuracy above, say 90%.
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TurboCLT 1.3.5 per the request of marcelb7.

See changes in Settings:
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Or ... you could just write cool code.
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I was just messing with the latest version trying to fix a bug in HTTPJolie, and man what an amazing awesome tool is TurboCLT. What a joy to use!

Loving the Display Profile. Maybe someday add "Edit Profile" to pop up the Profiler dialogue?   

By the way, the front and back cover tabs don't work on my version. Is that functionality in the works?

I have decided to sunset CLTBoss. I just can't get the new scraping to work insde my plugin. TurboCLT is so much faster than the old version of CLTBoss, and the new version is broken, and I really don't see a need to try and fix it. Agreed?
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