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Most fields can take a comma separated list like
The comma separated lists supports wildcards, where
* means 0 or more characters and
? means exactly one character. An example would be:
*this*,that?movie. In this case we would match any title containing
tHiS) or in the second case, any title which matches exactly like
That Movie or
tHaT MoViE or even
If no value is specified in a field, then that field will match any/all possible values. That means if nothing but
Filter Name and
Indexers is given, then the filter it will match all/any releases for the specified indexers.
Please note that all filters are case-insensitive, so write them however you desire. Another thing to note is that it is not possible to escape wildcard fields.
If you want to match a string partially, then don't forget to use the
* around the before/after/around what you're looking for.
If you want to match a string exactly, then try to avoid the use of the
* wildcard character.
|Artists||Comma separated list of media names to match.||e.g. |
|Albums||Comma separated list of acceptable year ranges in the string.||e.g. |
|Years||Comma separated list of acceptable years in the string.||e.g. |
|Format||Will only match releases with any of the selected formats.|
|Quality||Will only match releases with any of the selected qualities.|
|Sources||Will only match releases with any of the selected sources.|
|Type||Will only match releases with any of the selected types.|
|Log||Whether Log must be included.|
|Log Score||Matches Log percent for indexers that announce it. Check your indexer, the announced Log Score might not be in percent.|
|Cue||Enforces Cue requirement.|
|Perfect FLAC||Overrides all options about quality, source, format, and Cue/Log/Log score.|