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 **Episodes:​-**\\ Episodes you wish to match i.e. 2,4,13 will match only episode 2 and episode 4 and episode 13 but 2-9 will match all episodes from episode 2 to episode 9 inclusive. **Episodes:​-**\\ Episodes you wish to match i.e. 2,4,13 will match only episode 2 and episode 4 and episode 13 but 2-9 will match all episodes from episode 2 to episode 9 inclusive.
  
-**Resolutions:​-**\\ By clicking the button you can select the resolutions you wish to match i.e 720p. If you wish to match more than one resolution you click the button again and select the other resolution, repeat until all the resolutions you want are selected. To remove a resolution from the list click the button and select the resolution you no longer require, this in effect toggles the resolution on or off.  Valid resolutions are one or more of the following: SD480i480p576p720p810p1080i1080p.+**Resolutions:​-**\\ By clicking the button you can select the resolutions you wish to match i.e 720p. If you wish to match more than one resolution you click the button again and select the other resolution, repeat until all the resolutions you want are selected. To remove a resolution from the list click the button and select the resolution you no longer require, this in effect toggles the resolution on or off.  Valid resolutions are one or more of the following: SD 480i 480p 576p 720p 810p 1080i 1080p 2160p.
  
-**Encodes:​-**\\ This operates exactly like Resolutions above except it specifies the encodes you wish to match. If you don't want windows WMV files, this option could be useful. Valid encoders are: XviD, DivX, x264, h.264 (or h264)mpeg2 (or mpeg-2)VC-1 (or VC1)WMV.+**Encodes:​-**\\ This operates exactly like Resolutions above except it specifies the encodes you wish to match. If you don't want windows WMV files, this option could be useful. Valid encoders are: DivX h.264 (or h264) h.265 mpeg2 (or mpeg-2) ​Remux VC-1 (or VC1) WMV x264 x264-Hi10p XviD.
  
-**Sources:​-**\\ This operates exactly like Resolutions above except it specifies the sources you wish to match. Valid sources are one or more of the following: ​DSR, PDTV, HDTV, HR.PDTV, HR.HDTV, DVDRip, DVDScr, BDr, BD5BD9BDRipBRRipDVDR, MDVDR, ​HDDVDHDDVDRip, BluRay, ​WEB-DL, TVRip, CAM, R5, TELESYNC, TS, TELECINE, TCTELESYNC and TS are synonyms (you don't need both). Same for TELECINE and TC.+**Sources:​-**\\ This operates exactly like Resolutions above except it specifies the sources you wish to match. Valid sources are one or more of the following: BD5 BD9 BDr BDRip BluRay ​BRRip CAM DSR DVDR DVDRip DVDScr HDCAM HDDVD HDDVDRip ​HDTS HDTV HR.HDTV HR.PDTV PDTV R5 SCR TELECINE TELESYNC TVRip WEB-DL ​WEBRip. 
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 +**Containers:​-**\\ Clicking on this allows ​you to enter a list of acceptable video containers like AVI MKV MP3 MP4 etc
  
 **Years:​-**\\ You can select individual years separated by “,” like “2008,​1975,​1982” or you can select a range of years like “1980-1999” or a mixture of both like “2000,​2005,​2010-2014” **Years:​-**\\ You can select individual years separated by “,” like “2008,​1975,​1982” or you can select a range of years like “1980-1999” or a mixture of both like “2000,​2005,​2010-2014”
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 ==== Music Tab ==== ==== Music Tab ====
  
-{{:h2o_music.jpg|  Music}}+{{:filters music.jpg|  Music}}
  
-**This is used primarily on the trackers ​Waffles and What.CD**+**This is used primarily on music trackers**
  
-**Years:​- **\\ Years, ​i.e. 1997, 1959, 2010-2014 ​this would only match releases from the years 1997, 1959, and from 2010 to 2014 inclusive.+**Years:​- **\\ ​This field is the same as the **Years** field in the TV/Movies tabso if you fill that it will be duplicated in this  field.
  
-**Artists:- **\\ Artist or Artists you wish to match this filter ​is in the same form as the TV Shows/Movies filter explained earlier.+**Artists:- **\\ This field is the same as the **TV Show/Movie** foeld in the TV/Movie tab, so if you fill that it will be duplicated in this field.
  
 **Albums:- **\\ Album or Albums you wish to match this filter is in the same form as the TV Shows/​Movies filter explained earlier. **Albums:- **\\ Album or Albums you wish to match this filter is in the same form as the TV Shows/​Movies filter explained earlier.
  
-**Formats:- **\\ Formats are selected from the drop down menu and added or deleted in exactly the same manner as the Resolution in TV/Movies tab. You can select from AACAC3DTSFLACMP3 and Ogg+**Formats:- **\\ Formats are selected from the drop down menu and added or deleted in exactly the same manner as the Resolution in TV/Movies tab. You can select from AAC AC3 DTS FLAC MP3 and Ogg
  
-**Bitrates:​- **\\ Bitrates are selected from the drop down menu and added or deleted in exactly the same manner as the Resolution in TV/Movies tab. You can select from 192, 24bit Lossless, ​256320APS (VBR)APX (VBR)LosslessOtherq8.x (VBR)V0 (VBR)V1 (VBR)V2 (VBR).+**Bitrates:​- **\\ Bitrates are selected from the drop down menu and added or deleted in exactly the same manner as the Resolution in TV/Movies tab. You can select from 192 24bitLossless ​256 320 APS (VBR) APX (VBR) Lossless Other q8.x (VBR) V0 (VBR) V1 (VBR) V2 (VBR).
  
-**Media:- **\\ Sources are selected from the drop down menu and added or deleted in exactly the same manner as the Resolution in TV/Movies tab. You can select from CassetteCDDATDVDOtherSACDSoundboardVinyl and WEB. +**Media:- **\\ Sources are selected from the drop down menu and added or deleted in exactly the same manner as the Resolution in TV/Movies tab. You can select from Cassette CD DAT DVD Other SACD Soundboard Vinyl and WEB. 
  
-**Tags:- **\\ Tags you wish to match, hip-hop, rock, blues etc. From the drop down menu you can choose to either match any one of the tags, or to match all of them.+**Match and Except release types**\\ here you can choose to either match or reject a release depending on the type of releasethis could be an Album, a CD a Single ​or EP or something else.
  
-**Except tags:- **\\ Tags you wish to not match, hip-hop, rock, blues etc. From the drop down menu you can choose to either not match any one of the tags, or to not match all of them. +**Cue:- **\\ Cueyes or no or don't care. Set it to true if you only want releases ​with a cue file, false if you don't want releases ​with cue files, or don't use this option if you don't care.
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-**Scene:- **\\ Whether ​or not it's a scene release. From the drop down menu select “Don’t care” to match both scene and non scene, select “Yes” for only scene releases ​and “No” for only non scene releases. ​ +
  
 **Log:- **\\ Log, yes or no or don't care.  Set it to true if you only want releases with a log file, false if you don't want releases with log files, or don't use this option if you don't care. **Log:- **\\ Log, yes or no or don't care.  Set it to true if you only want releases with a log file, false if you don't want releases with log files, or don't use this option if you don't care.
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-**Cue:- **\\ Cue, yes or no or don't care. Set it to true if you only want releases with a cue file, false if you don't want releases with cue files, or don't use this option if you don't care. 
  
 ==== Advanced Tab ==== ==== Advanced Tab ====
  
-{{:h2o_advanced.jpg|  Advanced}}+{{:filters_advanced.jpg|  Advanced}}
  
-**Match ​Categories:- **\\ Categories ​you want. This is a comma separated ​list of the trackers ​categories you wish to match. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards, The actual category name will be found on the individual trackers browse page.+**Match ​categories:- **\\ Click on the Match categories button and the Filters Input window will open allowing ​you to list the categories you want to match to be listed one below the other. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards, The actual category name will be found on the individual trackers browse page or their announce channel.
  
-**Except ​Categories:- **\\ Categories ​you do not want. This is a comma separated ​list of the trackers ​categories you wish not to match. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards, The actual category name will be found on the individual trackers browse page.+**Except ​categories:- **\\ Click on the Except categories button and the Filters Input window will open allowing ​you to list the categories you want to not match to be listed one below the other. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards, The actual category name will be found on the individual trackers browse page or their announce channel.
  
-**Match ​Uploaders:- **\\ Uploaders ​you wish to match. This is a comma separated ​list of the uploaders you wish to match. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards.+**Match ​uploaders:- **\\ Click on the Match uploaders button and the Filters Input window will open allowing ​you to list the uploaders you want to not match to be listed one below the other. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards.
  
-**Except ​Uploaders:- **\\ Uploaders ​you do not wish to match. This is a comma separated ​list of the uploaders you wish not to match. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards+**Except ​uploaders:- **\\ Click on the Except uploaders button and the Filters Input window will open allowing ​you to list the uploaders you do not want to not match to be listed one below the other. You can use the “?” and “*” wild cards.
-Except Sites:- This is used exactly like the General>​Match Sites and is a comma separated list of trackers you do not want to match.+
  
-**Maximum pretime:-  **\\ This is a time-since string ​to use with trackers ​who announce pretime of releases. It is used to filter out old releases. It can be in days, hours, mins and secs.+**Tags:​-**\\ ​These tend to be used on music trackers
  
 ==== Action Tab ==== ==== Action Tab ====
  
  
-{{:h2o_action_global.jpg|  Action Global}}+{{:filters_action1.png|  Action Global}}
  
 **Choose .torrent action:​- **\\ Use global settings takes the data from Preferences>​Action **Choose .torrent action:​- **\\ Use global settings takes the data from Preferences>​Action
  
-{{:filters_action.png|}}+{{:filters_action2.png|}}
  
 **Choose .torrent action:​- **\\ When you select rtorrent a separate list of options opens up, these allow you to select more precisely what happens to your matched torrents. **Choose .torrent action:​- **\\ When you select rtorrent a separate list of options opens up, these allow you to select more precisely what happens to your matched torrents.
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 Ignore rutorrent scheduler:​- If this is ticked and you have the scheduler set in rutorrent Options then the matched torrent will not be effected by the set schedule. Ignore rutorrent scheduler:​- If this is ticked and you have the scheduler set in rutorrent Options then the matched torrent will not be effected by the set schedule.
  
-{{:h2o_action_watch.jpg|}}+{{:filters_action3.png|}}
  
-**Choose .torrent action:​- **\\ Save to Watch Folder ​puts the .torrent ​file in rutorrents watch folder so the torrent ​starts ​downloading automatically.+**Choose .torrent action:​- **\\ ​Selecting ​Save to Watch Folder ​creates a Watch Folder browse field where you can browse the folders on your server to decide where to save the .torrent ​files to.  If you chose watchdir_rtorrent then the torrent will start with rtorrent and the torrent ​will start downloading automatically.
  
 ===== Preferences ===== ===== Preferences =====
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