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tutorial_en_rss_filters [2014/05/14 06:12]
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tutorial_en_rss_filters [2014/05/14 12:32]
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 **My.Favourite.TV.S01E01.720p.HDTV.x264-Xirvik** **My.Favourite.TV.S01E01.720p.HDTV.x264-Xirvik**
  
-If you we happy to match any release from this show and decide later which was you favourite you could modified ​the filter we used previous to look like this /​(My.Favourite.TV.S01)/​i+If you we happy to match any release from this show and decide later which was your favourite you could modify ​the filter we used previous to look like this /​(My.Favourite.TV.S01)/​i
  
 Anything enclosed in the brackets will be matched to the RSS feed, this may be enough if you are just looking at a RSS feed for HD for instance. Anything enclosed in the brackets will be matched to the RSS feed, this may be enough if you are just looking at a RSS feed for HD for instance.
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 **HDTV** **HDTV**
  
-In the Filter field when then use+In the Filter field then use
  
 **/​^My.Favourite.TV.*S01.*720p.*HDTV.*/​i** **/​^My.Favourite.TV.*S01.*720p.*HDTV.*/​i**
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 {{:​wp1filtertv2.png|}} {{:​wp1filtertv2.png|}}
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 +Feel free to adjust your filter for preferred content a few variations shown below
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 +**/​^My.Favourite.TV.*S01E.*480p.*HDTV.*/​i**
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 +**/​^My.Favourite.TV.*S01E.*720p.*WEB-DL.*/​i**
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 +Also using the exclude filter can help fine tune your filters for the perfect match everytime
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