You can use the MyList report feature to get statistics and information about the files you have in your MyList. There are a number of different reports to choose from.
You can access the MyList reports by choosing the "MyList report" link in your MyList utils menu.
Anime with no description in MyList
Episodes with possible default title in your MyList
Episodes with no airdate set in your MyList
Episodes with no kanji title in your MyList
Episodes with no length set in your MyList
Episodes with no romaji title in your MyList
Files with unchecked CRC in MyList
- Files with unchecked CRC are also called lame files, and you should really try to verify the CRC with the group you got it from. This will help people to easier see if a file is corrupted or not. If you can't find the info on the group's website, other resources you can check include Envirosphere or Baka-Updates.
Files where (un)censored is not set (for Hentai only)
Files with no dump in MyList
Files with no group set in MyList
Files with a missing hash in MyList
Files with no length set in MyList
- Files that do not have their length added can be bothersome if the anime contains a lot of double-episode files; you can tell from the length of the file whether it contains one or two episodes by comparing it to the episode lengths. Files without a file-length can't be distinguished in this way, so if you have any such files, you should check them and creq their lengths. AOM can do this automatically for some files (as long as it has ed2k-hash added), but not all.
Files with unknown quality in MyList
- The quality rating is very subjective, but it is there to help people distinguish between bad, good and great versions of files, so they can easier choose which file to try to get. Only subtitle files should not have a quality rating, as they contain no video to rate. This report will tell you which files you have that do not have a quality rating so you can check them and update with what quality rating you think they deserve.
Files with no release date set in MyList
Files with unknown source in MyList
- If you keep track of the sources for your files, you can use this report to see which files you haven't specified a source for, to facilitate adding that source easier.
Files with incomplete resolution, codec or bitrate data in MyList
- This report will list files you have which have incomplete resolution, codec, and bitrate data in their details. AOM can identify a lot of these when you hash files, but not for every file, and not perfectly.
Anime with missing Episodes in MyList
Episodes with multiple files in MyList
- Having more than one file for an episode is basically a waste of space - this report will help you find which episodes you have more than one file for so you can select which one you want to keep and delete the other one. Note that separate subtitle files are included in this report, but those are really still worth the space.
Episodes with multiple files in MyList (ignore subs)
- Having more than one file for an episode is basically a waste of space - this report will help you find which episodes you have more than one file for so you can select which one you want to keep and delete the other one.
Episodes missing from Anime in MyList
Files with censorship in MyList
Files with censorship in MyList (uncensored file available)
Files with Corruption in MyList
- This lists all the corrupted files you have in your MyList - it is suggested that you try to find an uncorrupted version of the file to replace your corrupted file with, since the more people that have corrupted files, the more those files will be shared among others, and we might end up with hundreds of users having corrupted files. Normally corrupted files are only bitflips, and those don't cause any visible corruption, but enough bitflips or a bitflip in the wrong place, and it will be noticeable.
Files with Corruption in MyList (filestate)
Files which less than 5 other users have
- There can be a few different reasons why very few people have a particular file. Either
- the file is quite new, so hardly anyone has had the chance to download it yet, much less add it to their MyList,
- it might also be an obscure anime that only very few people have heard of, much less bothered to get,
- it might be subbed or dubbed in a language other than Japanese and English, so only a small part of AniDB will really care about the file,
- or it might be a very old file that is not in circulation any more,
- it could be an unpopular group for that anime/episode,
- or it could be that the file is somehow wrong.
- The last two or three reasons might provoke you to download another version of the file if you believe there are better versions out there. Note that files owned by many users aren't always superior to those owned by just a few, you should really check the group comments for the anime entry in order to find the best choice.
Files with low quality in MyList
- This report will tell you which files in your MyList are marked as being of bad quality, so you can try to find better versions of those files.