Strange Behavior on Multi-Disc Lookups

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Strange Behavior on Multi-Disc Lookups

Postby rkhobbit » Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:28 am

Just wanted to note an odd an unexpected behavior on the MLDMR AMG lookup from my CX777ES on multi-disc sets like Lonesome Dove (2 discs) or Lord of the Rings Extended versions (2 discs per movie)... I was doing an automated lookup of all 400 movies in 1 changer.

The MLDMR lookup would catalog the 1st disc, and then went on to the next slot and cataloged the 2nd disc and then proceeded to delete the 1st disc from the DVDLobby plugin?

It's almost like it is programmed to delete the 1st instance of movie title after finding a 2nd instance of the same movie.

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Postby CinemarDave » Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:39 pm

Can you do this lookup again and this time capture everything that happens in the DVDLobby event log? You should have ended up with two movies with the second title having (duplicate) appended to it.

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Postby rkhobbit » Wed Jun 11, 2008 8:46 am

CinemarDave wrote:Can you do this lookup again and this time capture everything that happens in the DVDLobby event log? You should have ended up with two movies with the second title having (duplicate) appended to it.


Yes, I will repeat this tonight... I've seen the duplicate added to titles, but it tends to be on "remake" of a movie with the same title. i.e. "The Amityville Horror" made in 1979 and then 2005.

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MLDMR Logfile

Postby rkhobbit » Thu Jun 12, 2008 7:03 pm

I tested Lonesome Dove (2 disc set) in Changer 2 positions 99-100. Here is the MLDMR logfile:

sent: LookupDVD~TOC~UnknownTOC
Request: Lookup DVD via TOC
Results: (35) <DVDS><DVDHits>0</DVDHits>
</DVDS>
sent: LookupDVD~TOC~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
Request: Lookup DVD via TOC
Processing DVD
Processing DVD
Processing DVD
Results: (26501) <DVDS><DVDHits>3</DVDHits>
<Hit>1</Hit>
<DVD>
<DVD_DiscCount>0</DVD_DiscCount>
<DVD_ID>E 20490</DVD_ID>
<DVD_Thumbnail></DVD_Thumbnail>
<DVD_CoverArt></DVD_Coverart>
<DVD_Title>Lonesome Dove</DVD_Title>
<DVD_KeyTitle>Lonesome Dove</DVD_KeyTitle>
<DVD_Discs>
<DVD_Disc>
<DVDAspectRatios></DVDAspectRatios>
<DVDAudioLanguages></DVDAudioLanguages>
<DVDCast>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Agustus McRae</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Robert Duvall</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 88530</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Woodrow F. Call</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Tommy Lee Jones</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 36238</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Newt</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Rick Schroder</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 63859</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Jake Spoon</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Robert Urich</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 72493</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Loraina Wood</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Diane Lane</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 40350</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Joshua Deets</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Danny Glover</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 27278</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Clara Allen</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Anjelica Huston</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 34131</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Blue Duck</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Frederic Forrest</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 24332</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>July Johnson</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Chris Cooper</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 14803</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Roscoe Brown</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Barry Corbin</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 10793</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Luke</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Steve Buscemi</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 9838</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Dish</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>D.B. Sweeney</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 69324</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Glenne Headly</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 31365</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>William Sanderson</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 62980</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Timothy Scott</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 64142</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Ed Geldart</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 26343</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Gavan O'Herlihy</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 53489</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
</DVDCast>
<DVDConfidence>10</DVDConfidence>
<DVDDescription>This six-hour miniseries, based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Larry McMurtry, revitalized both the miniseries and Western genres, both of which had been considered dead for several years. Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones star as fun-loving Gus MacRae and taciturn Woodrow Call, respectively, a pair of longtime friends and former Texas Rangers who crave one last adventure before they bow to their advancing years. Convinced that animals will thrive on the lush grasslands of Montana, Woodrow persuades Gus to undertake the arduous, 3,000-mile cattle drive there. Rounding up over a thousand head from Mexican rustlers south of the border, the men recruit a diverse crew of hands to help them. Among the party are Woodrow's illegitimate son Newt Dobbs (Rick Schroeder), local prostitute Lorena Wood (Diane Lane), and old compatriots Joshua Deets (Danny Glover), Jake Spoon (Robert Urich), and Pea Eye Parker (Tim Scott). Storms, hostile natives, poisonous snakes, and rustlers take their toll on the company before Montana is reached in an adventure that is equal parts Greek tragedy and classic, John Ford-style oater. Originally developed in the 1970s as a script by McMurtry for director Peter Bogdanovich and stars Henry Fonda, John Wayne, and James Stewart, Lonesome Dove earned 18 Emmy nominations and inspired a pair of miniseries sequel as well as two attempts at an ongoing television series. The VHS version runs 240 minutes.</DVDDEscription>
<Directors>
<Director>Simon Wincer</Director>
</Directors>
<DVDDiscNumber>1</DVDDiscNumber>
<DVDFeatures></DVDFeatures>
<DVDFlags>
<DVDFlag>General title</DVDFlag>
</DVDFlags>
<DVDGenres>
<Genre>Western</Genre>
</DVDGenres>
<DVDKeywords>
<Keyword>cattle</Keyword>
<Keyword>aging</Keyword>
<Keyword>cowboy</Keyword>
<Keyword>wilderness</Keyword>
<Keyword>cattle-drive</Keyword>
<Keyword>frontier</Keyword>
<Keyword>Mexican [nationality]</Keyword>
<Keyword>romance</Keyword>
<Keyword>rustler</Keyword>
<Keyword>Native-American</Keyword>
<Keyword>last-fling</Keyword>
<Keyword>Texas-Ranger</Keyword>
<Keyword>love</Keyword>
<Keyword>journey</Keyword>
<Keyword>on-the-road</Keyword>
<Keyword>friendship</Keyword>
</DVDKeywords>
<DVDLanguage>25966</DVDLanguage>
<DVDMPAA>NR</DVDMPAA>
<DVDProducers>
<Producer>William D. Wittliff</Producer>
<Producer>Suzanne De Passe</Producer>
</DVDProducers>
<DVDRating>9</DVDRating>
<DVDRegionCodes>1</DVDRegionCodes>
<DVDReleaseDate>2001 10 23</DVDReleaseDate>
<DVDReview>Lonesome Dove effectively uses its television mini-series format to capture the sprawl and the scope of Larry McMurtry's source novel. The ensemble cast, led by stellar performances from Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Duvall, is uniformly strong, and director Simon Wincer skillfully keeps the proceeding moving. Long out of favor as a storytelling format, the Western made an unexpected comeback in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with such films as Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven and Kevin Costner's Dances With Wolves taking home Best Picture Oscars. Lonesome Dove was the best of several television efforts to cash in on this trend, which had vanished again by the mid-1990s.</DVDReview>
<DVDRunTime>21600</DVDRunTime>
<DVDScreenFormats></DVDScreenFormats>
<DVDSides>
<DVDSide>
<Side>1</Side>
<Chapters>
</Chapters>
</DVDSide>
<DVDSide>
<Side>2</Side>
<Chapters>
</Chapters>
</DVDSide>
</DVDSides>
<DVDSoundFormats></DVDSoundFormats>
<DVDStudio>Hallmark</DVDStudio>
<DVDSubtitleLanguages></DVDSubtitleLanguages>
<DVDSynopsis>This six-hour miniseries, based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Larry McMurtry, revitalized both the miniseries and Western genres, both of which had been considered dead for several years. Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones star as fun-loving Gus MacRae and taciturn Woodrow Call, respectively, a pair of longtime friends and former Texas Rangers who crave one last adventure before they bow to their advancing years. Convinced that animals will thrive on the lush grasslands of Montana, Woodrow persuades Gus to undertake the arduous, 3,000-mile cattle drive there. Rounding up over a thousand head from Mexican rustlers south of the border, the men recruit a diverse crew of hands to help them. Among the party are Woodrow's illegitimate son Newt Dobbs (Rick Schroeder), local prostitute Lorena Wood (Diane Lane), and old compatriots Joshua Deets (Danny Glover), Jake Spoon (Robert Urich), and Pea Eye Parker (Tim Scott). Storms, hostile natives, poisonous snakes, and rustlers take their toll on the company before Montana is reached in an adventure that is equal parts Greek tragedy and classic, John Ford-style oater. Originally developed in the 1970s as a script by McMurtry for director Peter Bogdanovich and stars Henry Fonda, John Wayne, and James Stewart, Lonesome Dove earned 18 Emmy nominations and inspired a pair of miniseries sequel as well as two attempts at an ongoing television series.</DVDSynopsis>
<DVDTitle>Lonesome Dove</DVDTitle>
<DVDKeyTitle></DVDKeyTitle>
<DVDUPC>707729116486</DVDUPC>
<DVDVideoID>V 29911</DVDVideoID>
<DVDYear>1989</DVDYear>
</DVD_Disc>
</DVD_Discs>
</DVD><Hit>2</Hit>
<DVD>
<DVD_DiscCount>2</DVD_DiscCount>
<DVD_ID>E 26537</DVD_ID>
<DVD_Thumbnail>http://image.allmusic.com/02/adg/cov75/drt200/t206/t20643daoky.jpg</DVD_Thumbnail>
<DVD_CoverArt>http://image.allmusic.com/02/adg/cov250/drt200/t206/t20643daoky.jpg</DVD_Coverart>
<DVD_Title>Lonesome Dove [2 Discs]</DVD_Title>
<DVD_KeyTitle>Lonesome Dove [2 Discs]</DVD_KeyTitle>
<DVD_Discs>
<DVD_Disc>
<DVDAspectRatios>1.33:1</DVDAspectRatios>
<DVDAudioLanguages></DVDAudioLanguages>
<DVDCast>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Agustus McRae</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Robert Duvall</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 88530</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Woodrow F. Call</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Tommy Lee Jones</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 36238</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Newt</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Rick Schroder</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 63859</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Jake Spoon</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Robert Urich</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 72493</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Loraina Wood</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Diane Lane</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 40350</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Joshua Deets</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Danny Glover</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 27278</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Clara Allen</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Anjelica Huston</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 34131</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Blue Duck</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Frederic Forrest</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 24332</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>July Johnson</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Chris Cooper</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 14803</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Roscoe Brown</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Barry Corbin</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 10793</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Luke</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Steve Buscemi</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 9838</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName>Dish</CharacterName>
<PerformerName>D.B. Sweeney</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 69324</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Glenne Headly</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 31365</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>William Sanderson</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 62980</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Timothy Scott</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 64142</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Ed Geldart</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 26343</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
<CastMember>
<CharacterName></CharacterName>
<PerformerName>Gavan O'Herlihy</PerformerName>
<PerformerID>P 53489</PerformerID>
</CastMember>
</DVDCast>
<DVDConfidence>10</DVDConfidence>
<DVDDescription>Artisan brings the award-winning miniseries Lonesome Dove to DVD with this fine package. The series is presented in its original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. Supplemental materials include an interview with Larry McMurtry (whose Pulitzer Prize-winning novel was the basis for the miniseries), an interview with producer Suzanne De Passe, a trailer, and a trivia quiz. This is a fine release that is certainly deserved for one of the best modern Westerns on film or television.</DVDDEscription>
<Directors>
<Director>Simon Wincer</Director>
</Directors>
<DVDDiscNumber>1</DVDDiscNumber>
<DVDFeatures>cc
Interview with Larry McMurty, Interview with Suzanne de Passe, Full-screen version, 2.0 Dolby Surround , Western historical trivia, Western historical trivia game, Trailer, Cast and crew information, Production notes, Digitally mastered, Scene access, Interactive menus</DVDFeatures>
<DVDFlags>
<DVDFlag>General title</DVDFlag>
</DVDFlags>
<DVDGenres>
<Genre>Western</Genre>
</DVDGenres>
<DVDKeywords>
<Keyword>cattle</Keyword>
<Keyword>aging</Keyword>
<Keyword>cowboy</Keyword>
<Keyword>wilderness</Keyword>
<Keyword>cattle-drive</Keyword>
<Keyword>frontier</Keyword>
<Keyword>Mexican [nationality]</Keyword>
<Keyword>romance</Keyword>
<Keyword>rustler</Keyword>
<Keyword>Native-American</Keyword>
<Keyword>last-fling</Keyword>
<Keyword>Texas-Ranger</Keyword>
<Keyword>love</Keyword>
<Keyword>journey</Keyword>
<Keyword>on-the-road</Keyword>
<Keyword>friendship</Keyword>
</DVDKeywords>
<DVDLanguage>25966</DVDLanguage>
<DVDMPAA>NR</DVDMPAA>
<DVDProducers>
<Producer>William D. Wittliff</Producer>
<Producer>Suzanne De Passe</Producer>
</DVDProducers>
<DVDRating>9</DVDRating>
<DVDRegionCodes></DVDRegionCodes>
<DVDReleaseDate>2002 04 30</DVDReleaseDate>
<DVDReview>Lonesome Dove effectively uses its television mini-series format to capture the sprawl and the scope of Larry McMurtry's source novel. The ensemble cast, led by stellar performances from Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Duvall, is uniformly strong, and director Simon Wincer skillfully keeps the proceeding moving. Long out of favor as a storytelling format, the Western made an unexpected comeback in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with such films as Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven and Kevin Costner's Dances With Wolves taking home Best Picture Oscars. Lonesome Dove was the best of several television efforts to cash in on this trend, which had vanished again by the mid-1990s.</DVDReview>
<DVDRunTime>21600</DVDRunTime>
<DVDScreenFormats></DVDScreenFormats>
<DVDSides>
<DVDSide>
<Side>1</Side>
<Chapters>
<ChapterNumber>1</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>466</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Leaving</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>2</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>343</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Two Dollars</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>3</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>277</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Jake Spoon Arrives</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>4</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>232</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Fortunes in Montana</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>5</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>159</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Fort Smith</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>6</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>319</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Restless</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>7</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>198</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>A Ralaxing Afternoon</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>8</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>158</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>"Take Joe With You"</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>9</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>353</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Singing Irishmen</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>10</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>308</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Horse Thieves</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>11</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>349</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Ellie Leaves Town</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>12</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>363</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Cut the Cards</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>13</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>244</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>A Cowman's Paradise</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>14</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>273</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Gus's Money</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>15</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>459</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Good-bye</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>16</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>141</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>"We Don't Rent Pigs"</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>17</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>225</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Mesquite Thorn</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>18</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>255</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Sandstorm</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>19</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>301</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Lorie in the Morning</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>20</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>230</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>River Crossing</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>1</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>268</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>On the Trail</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>2</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>178</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>A Bad Start</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>3</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>333</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>"Is This Texas?"</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>4</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>244</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Going to Ogallala</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>5</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>180</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>A New Cook</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>6</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>216</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Upstanding Lawmen</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>7</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>231</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Remembering Clara</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>8</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>262</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Thowing Rocks</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>9</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>184</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Changing the Plans</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>10</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>401</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>A Feisty Gentleman</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>11</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>272</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Blue Duck</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>12</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>334</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Lorie Is Captured</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>13</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>454</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>"Let's Gamble"</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>14</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>278</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Gunfight</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>15</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>196</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Fighting About Lorie</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>16</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>497</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>A Dangerous Man</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>17</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>199</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Burying the Dead</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>18</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>192</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Hunting</ChapterTitle>
<ChapterNumber>19</ChapterNumber
<ChapterTime>172</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Fort Worth</ChapterTitle>
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<ChapterTime>295</ChapterTime>
<ChapterTitle>Gold Coins</ChapterTitle>
</Chapters>
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<DVDSide>
<Side>2</Side>
<Chapters>
</Chapters>
</DVDSide>
</DVDSides>
<DVDSoundFormats>DS</DVDSoundFormats>
<DVDStudio>Live/Artisan</DVDStudio>
<DVDSubtitleLanguages></DVDSubtitleLanguages>
<DVDSynopsis>This six-hour miniseries, based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Larry McMurtry, revitalized both the miniseries and Western genres, both of which had been considered dead for several years. Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones star as fun-loving Gus MacRae and taciturn Woodrow Call, respectively, a pair of longtime friends and former Texas Rangers who crave one last adventure before they bow to their advancing years. Convinced that animals will thrive on the lush grasslands of Montana, Woodrow persuades Gus to undertake the arduous, 3,000-mile cattle drive there. Rounding up over a thousand head from Mexican rustlers south of the border, the men recruit a diverse crew of hands to help them. Among the party are Woodrow's illegitimate son Newt Dobbs (Rick Schroeder), local prostitute Lorena Wood (Diane Lane), and old compatriots Joshua Deets (Danny Glover), Jake Spoon (Robert Urich), and Pea Eye Parker (Tim Scott). Storms, hostile natives, poisonous snakes, and rustlers take their toll on the company before Montana is reached in an adventure that is equal parts Greek tragedy and classic, John Ford-style oater. Originally developed in the 1970s as a script by McMurtry for director Peter Bogdanovich and stars Henry Fonda, John Wayne, and James Stewart, Lonesome Dove earned 18 Emmy nominations and inspired a pair of miniseries sequel as well as two attempts at an ongoing television series.</DVDSynopsis>
<DVDTitle>Lonesome Dove</DVDTitle>
<DVDKeyTitle></DVDKeyTitle>
<DVDUPC>012236127178</DVDUPC>
<DVDVideoID>V 29911</DVDVideoID>
<DVDYear>1989</DVDYear>
</DVD_Disc>
</DVD_Discs>
</DVD><Hit>3</Hit>
<DVD>
<DVD_DiscCount>6</DVD_DiscCount>
<DVD_ID>E 26557</DVD_ID>
<DVD_Thumbnail>http://image.allmusic.com/02/adg/cov75/drt200/t207/t20731e50j3.jpg</DVD_Thumbnail>
<DVD_CoverArt>http://image.allmusic.com/02/adg/cov250/drt200/t207/t20731e50j3.jpg</DVD_Coverart>
<DVD_Title>The Lonesome Dove Collection [6 Discs]</DVD_Title>
<DVD_KeyTitle>Lonesome Dove Collection [6 Discs]</DVD_KeyTitle>
<DVD_Discs>
<DVD_Disc>
<DVDAspectRatios>1.33:1</DVDAspectRatios>
<DVDAudioLanguages></DVDAudioLanguages>
<DVDCast>
</DVDCast>
<DVDConfidence>10</DVDConfidence>
<DVDDescription></DVDDEscription>
<Directors>
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DVDLobby Logfile

Postby rkhobbit » Thu Jun 12, 2008 7:05 pm

Here is the DVDLobby Logfile:

doCommand - Catalog_CX~2~99-100
ProcessCommand - Cmd=[Catalog_CX] Param=[2~99-100] Client=[myclient1] Index=[0]
Catalog - Getting media info for Changer #2 Slot # 99
doCommand - ProcessTOC~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
ProcessCommand - Cmd=[ProcessTOC] Param=[01150000369D000028450000209000001B3F000012BE0000257100001742000012840000296D000024190000290200002A9200001CB300002014000035D50000108A00001A7300001DED0000235D00001AFF0000001E0202000004F50000001E0302000004410000001E0402000004220000001E0502000012590000001E0602000005220000001E0702000003640000001E0802000003640000001E0902000006860000001E0A02000005300000001E0B0200000B5A0000001E0C02000003850000001E0D02000011900000001E0E020000083C0000001E0F020000150E0000001E1002000006440000001E110200000EDE0000001E120200000E600000001E131600001F85000014EF0000270900001CA4000015230000196D00001B2100001ECE0000159500002F0D00001FE00000273800003543000020AA0000170700003A57000017620000168F00001437000022AE000001C20000001E140200000D700000001E150200004C520000001E16020000085A0000001E1702000007D80000001E180200000A950000001E1902000010890000001E1A02000008E40000001E1B02000009E00000001E1C0200002D8D0000001E1D02000013780000001E1E02000022DC0000001E1F0200000AD80000001E20050000018F000000CC000000F7000003BF0000001E21030000017F000000F70000001E] Client=[] Index=[0]
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
DMR - Calling MLDMR
DMR - Returned 26501 bytes
GetCoverArt - Looking for 707729116486
GetCoverArt - Found nothing
GetAmazonCoverArt - Looking for 707729116486
CATALOG - Saving Metadata for Lonesome Dove
StoreMetaData - Title Test Lonesome Dove
StoreMetaData - Changer Test 2/99
StoreMetaData - Open
Adding - Lonesome Dove
Updating - Genres
Updating - Actors
Updating - Directors
BrowseList - All Movies|Recently Added|Recently Watched|Most Watched|Never Watched|15|G|NC17|NC17/R|NR|NR/R|PG|PG13|PG-13|R|R/NR|TVG|Action|Advant-garde|Adventure|Avant-garde|Chick Flick|Comdey|Comedy|Comedy Drama|Crime|Culture & Society|Documentary|Docummentary|Drama|Epic|Family|Fantasy|Foreign|Historical Drama|Hororr|Horror|Music|Musical|Mystery|Romance|Romantic Comedy|Science Fiction|Sports|Spy Film|Teen Film|Thriller|Unknown|War|Western
CATALOG - Added Movie to Media database
Catalog - Getting media info for Changer #2 Slot # 100
doCommand - ProcessTOC~011500001CA300001D9700001EEF00001DDE000018EF00000B0000001AAE00001B3F00002574000010AB0000296D000016FC000037960000418F0000359E000012A7000019D700001C6B00002143000032470000001E02150000181D0000144D0000181400001C3E000026250000291300001D48000024C7000040830000251700000B1B00003F84000026C100001C200000288C00000AD7000026430000154F00000F0000002F120000001E03050000018F000000CC000000F7000003BF0000001E04030000017F000000F70000001E
ProcessCommand - Cmd=[ProcessTOC] Param=[011500001CA300001D9700001EEF00001DDE000018EF00000B0000001AAE00001B3F00002574000010AB0000296D000016FC000037960000418F0000359E000012A7000019D700001C6B00002143000032470000001E02150000181D0000144D0000181400001C3E000026250000291300001D48000024C7000040830000251700000B1B00003F84000026C100001C200000288C00000AD7000026430000154F00000F0000002F120000001E03050000018F000000CC000000F7000003BF0000001E04030000017F000000F70000001E] Client=[] Index=[0]
TOC - 011500001CA300001D9700001EEF00001DDE000018EF00000B0000001AAE00001B3F00002574000010AB0000296D000016FC000037960000418F0000359E000012A7000019D700001C6B00002143000032470000001E02150000181D0000144D0000181400001C3E000026250000291300001D48000024C7000040830000251700000B1B00003F84000026C100001C200000288C00000AD7000026430000154F00000F0000002F120000001E03050000018F000000CC000000F7000003BF0000001E04030000017F000000F70000001E
DMR - Calling MLDMR
DMR - Returned 52811 bytes
GetCoverArt - Looking for 707729116486
GetCoverArt - Found nothing
GetAmazonCoverArt - Looking for 707729116486
CATALOG - Saving Metadata for Lonesome Dove
StoreMetaData - Title Test Lonesome Dove
Updating - Lonesome Dove
Updating - Genres
Updating - Actors
Updating - Directors
BrowseList - All Movies|Recently Added|Recently Watched|Most Watched|Never Watched|15|G|NC17|NC17/R|NR|NR/R|PG|PG13|PG-13|R|R/NR|TVG|Action|Advant-garde|Adventure|Avant-garde|Chick Flick|Comdey|Comedy|Comedy Drama|Crime|Culture & Society|Documentary|Docummentary|Drama|Epic|Family|Fantasy|Foreign|Historical Drama|Hororr|Horror|Music|Musical|Mystery|Romance|Romantic Comedy|Science Fiction|Sports|Spy Film|Teen Film|Thriller|Unknown|War|Western
CATALOG - Updated existing Movie in Media database

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Postby rkhobbit » Thu Jun 12, 2008 7:08 pm

The net result was:

- Nothing was cataloged for disc 1 in slot 99.
- Lonesome dove was cataloged in slot 100, but no coverart.

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Postby CinemarDave » Thu Jun 12, 2008 8:38 pm

That is exactly what I needed to see. I'll decipher and post an update.


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