The General Tab
“X” days count as recent specifies how many recent days are listed for the for “Aired in the last N days” section of the When to watch tab.
Default: 7 days
Download up to “X” shows simultaneously from The TVDB sets the number of concurrent connections to TheTVDB API.
It can be set in the range to 1 to 8.
Refresh entire series if “X” % of episodes are updated sets the point at which TV Rename refreshes the entire series data from The TVDB rather than just the episode data. This speeds up local data updates if major changes are made to a show on The TVDB.
Look for air date in filenames if ticked, provides a second method of identifying show episodes by looking for a date (in a number of formats) in the shows filename and comparing that against the air-date.
The supported date formats are:
“yyyy-MM-dd”, “dd-MM-yyyy”, “MM-dd-yyyy”, “yy-MM-dd”, “dd-MM-yy” and “MM-dd-yy”
And the “date separators” can be any of: - / . , “ “ (a space)
The Preferred language: drop-down sets the language for returned data when requesting information from TheTVDB API. TV Rename will request “English” If the selected language is not available.
The Mode: drop-down allows you to preview functionality that is being worked on but not yet ready for the mainstream releases. The options available are “Production” and “Beta”.
In “Production” mode the application looks and behaves as normal.
In “Beta” mode a new menu called Beta appears between Tools and Help which gives you access to preview upcoming additions and enhancements.
If you select “Beta”, TV Rename will offer you “Beta” and “RC” updates as well as the “Production” updates.