I have been using a postprocessing script in Windows for some time now but it recently started throwing the following error…
WARNING> 2017-08-23T17:19:07 MCEBuddy.Engine.QueueManager --> Manually selected file G:\Recorded TV\PlexMovies.grab\dd10eec1367a3c10c9b2f77affc62f3cbe2ed5b4\SomeMovieName.ts does not exist or MCEBuddy doesn’t have read permissions, skipping
Note: Drive G is local.
I can’t tell if Plex is moving the .TS file out of the .grab folder before MCEBuddy can get to it (option 1: does not exist) or if MCEBuddy cannot access it and the script terminates leaving the untouched .TS file for Plex to organize as usual (option 2: script is being run with inadequate permissions).
Does Plex use a specific windows user to run the PostProcessing script? When i double click the bat file it works fine and will echo out to a txt file for me. When Plex runs it, the only evidence it runs at all is the above error from MCEBuddy.
Any help is appreciated.