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Is it possible to filter out specific sub-folders?

Oct 10, 2015 at 2:31 AM
Hello, I have SD's HDHR DVR software recording onto a QNAP NAS.
The NAS has a "network recycle bin" feature so every time I delete a watched episode, it does into a the @Recycle folder under Monitor Location.

How can I build a filter to skip anything in the \\QNAP\HDHomeRun\@Recycle?

I wrote a complex regular expression filter, but it seems that MCEBuddy only presents the filename (without the path) to the filter match.

Unfortunately, the log entry below seems badly messed up because of how this site interprets escape characters.

Thank you.

2015-10-09T20:50:49 MCEBuddy.Engine.QueueManager --> Checking Metadata for File -> \\QNAP\HDHomeRun\@Recycle\Limitless\Season 1\Limitless S01E01 20150922 [20150925-0334].mpg, Conversion Task ->Plex Rename HDHomeRun
2015-10-09T20:50:49 MCEBuddy.Engine.QueueManager --> File >Limitless S01E01 20150922 [20150925-0334].mpg<, checking filename filter >*.mpg;regex:(\\QNAP\HDHomeRun\>\*.mpg;regex:(\\\\QNAP\\HDHomeRun\\)(?!(@Recycle|Movies))([^\\\\]\*\\\\)((?!Season [0-9]*))(.*[[][0-9]{8}-[0-9]{4}[]][.]mpg)<
WARNING> 2015-10-09T20:50:49 MCEBuddy.Engine.QueueManager --> Unable to search for files in location \QNAP\HDHomeRun for monitor task HDHomeRun
ERROR : parsing ".mpg;(\\QNAP\HDHomeRun\*.mpg;(\\\\QNAP\\HDHomeRun\\)(?!(@Recycle|Movies))([^\\]*\\)((?!Season [0-9]))(.*[[][0-9]{8}-[0-9]{4}[]][.]mpg)" - Quantifier {x,y} following nothing.