**Sonarr version: 184.108.40.2066
**Mono version: 220.127.116.11
**OS: Debian: 9.13
**Debug logs: n/a
**Description of issue:
I’m unsure whether I can upgrade quality as I expected. Let me explain…
Historically, I have preferred h264 over h265 download. Now all my clients support direct play of h265, I’d like to gradually “upgrade” my libraries to be h265. To do this, I added a Release Profile to prefer h265 (+20) compared to h264 (+15) - including all variant naming terms for each.
I have RSS and Automatic set for all indexers (news and torrrent). What I expected to happen was that when a new release was found via RSS, if it had a higher preferred score (i.e. +20 for h265) then it would download. However, I am getting lots of downloads for +15 even though +20 releases are available and vaalid in the interactive search.
So, I now assume that an RSS search just checks current quality vs new RSS found quality. If RSS is greater then download that. What I want is if RSS finds a better quality, it checks to see if it’s the best available quality - not just better than the currently downloaded quality. This way, I would get a gradual upgrade to h265.
Can anyone help? Either to get it to work as above, or an alternative way to auto upgrade from h264 to h265 in a controlled fashion rather than 10,000’s of upgrades queuing or having to manully upgrade?
May not be possible, but I thought I’d ask!