MPAA Ratings in folder or file names.

Ascendin81 asked for this feature about 4 years ago — 11 comments

Ascendin81 commented about 4 years ago

e.g: G, PG, PG-13, R and NR

fryfrog commented about 4 years ago

A {Rating} would be pretty fantastic.

| DJalup commented over 3 years ago

I would also like very much if a {Rating} tag would be added. I normally name my movies as such - The Matrix (1999 R).mp4 without such a tag I have to manually add that rating tag.

| Cruisader03 commented over 3 years ago

Absolutely! {MPAA Rating} would be huge. Currently my automation scripts look for this in my file names to separate kid-friendly movies. Right now I have to use another app (MediaCenterMaster) to automatically rename into this format.

Radarr is much better that CP, but this feature would make it almost 100% for me.

| dsorensen55 commented about 3 years ago

would love this

| cchiapusio commented almost 3 years ago

I have FileBot store my movies like this: /movies/{MPAA Rating}/{Movie Title} ({Release Year})/{Movie Title} and having a Rating tag is the only way Radarr will find my files and show them as completed in an automated fashion.

| DavidAdams commented over 2 years ago

Any traction on this? I think {Rating} could be something like iMDB rating (1-10), but I think we'd really like is the MPAA rating - {Certification}. Should be simple to pull this from The Movie Database API: https://developers.themoviedb.org/3/certifications/get-movie-certifications

| fuuss commented about 2 years ago

I would really like that feature too

| topper101 commented about 2 years ago

Still waiting for this please :)

| Sean89us commented over 1 year ago

+1 Please add this feature

| OMGTAA commented 3 months ago

Also following, please.

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