Timeframe value: NUM (minutes|hours|days|weeks)
Specify a timeframe in which FlexGet waits for the chosen quality. The desired quality should be given with
target option, and should be a valid quality requirements string. If specified quality does not become available within given timeframe after a different quality has been seen, best quality so far is chosen.
target has default value of 720p hdtv+ when timeframe option is given.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you also specify the quality option along with timeframe, it will be enforced no matter what (both before and after the timeframe expires.)
Wait for 720p hdtv release for 4 hours, if not available in that timeframe accept best episode seen, can be lower OR higher in quality.
series: - some series: timeframe: 4 hours target: 720p hdtv - another series - third series
Wait for 12 hours for 1080p webdl and after that fall back to anything between 720p-1080p in resolution from webdl source.
series: - some series: timeframe: 12 hours target: 1080p webdl quality: 720p-1080p webdl
If the qualities option is defined alongside timeframe (instead of
target), the timeframe will only kick in if none of your defined qualities have been downloaded within the timeframe.
If the upgrade option is defined along with
target, the target quality will still be allowed to download if it becomes available after a fallback quality has already been accepted. Note: It will not allow upgrades that are worse than the target quality.
Note that upgrade will not upgrade once the
target quality has been reached even if the target is a range.
If you'd like the series plugin to stop waiting for your target quality, and accept whatever the current best episode is, you can run the task with the
--stop-waiting flag. You'll need to specify the name of the series you'd like as well, e.g.
flexget execute --stop-waiting "pioneer one".