SiCKRAGETV/SickRage

Add Preferred words to Search Provider settings (in addition to Required and Ignored words)

JPHeath asked for this feature about 2 years ago — 12 comments

JPHeath commented about 2 years ago

It would be great if there was a search option for Preferred Words (in addition to the current options of Required Words and Ignored Words). Similar to the functionality already found in CouchPotato.

Just as an example, if using nzbgeek.info as a search provider automated searches could add a weighting to verified releases (which include the keyword 'NZBgeek' in the filename).

Recreated from original request on github from user kooimens:

https://github.com/SiCKRAGETV/sickrage-issues/issues/461

| anacozero commented about 2 years ago

This also would be useful for some shows that release "uncensored" versions of shows sometimes, like south park and @midnight.

| LanMan04 commented about 2 years ago

I also want to see an "un-preferred words" setting to make a file less likely to download. So I can add "AAC" or "DD.2.0" to try to cut down on non-surround-sound downloads.

| mgaulton commented almost 2 years ago

i like this especially for anima, as I prefer "dual audio" releases, this would totally be on my wish list.

| Eikichi60 commented almost 2 years ago

Great idea, it can permit to prefer x265 codec for example.

| Bondesen commented almost 2 years ago

+1 for this feature :)

| kurosh commented almost 2 years ago

+1 for this feature, would be awesome to set a preference for words like HEVC and/or x265

| cjgreen commented over 1 year ago

+1 for HEVC and/or x265

| mbc0 commented 6 months ago

Any chance of this happening? would be so useful for storage space (HEVC & X265)

| hapklaar commented 4 months ago

Would very much like this feature as well. Some releases or groups are better than others and this would be a great way to prefer one over the other.

| djshorts commented 2 months ago

we need this !

| Rubueno commented about 1 month ago

I would really want this.

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