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I'm writing a script and I need to remove parts of a filename.

I need to remove everything between REMUX and the last - in the line

I have:

Movie/TV-Show S01 1080p BluRay REMUX VC-1 DD+ 5.1 -RlsGroup
sed -E -i 's/REMUX.*\-//' $file

gives me:

Movie/TV-Show S01 1080p BluRay RlsGroup

but I want to keep the "REMUX" and the last "-"

Movie/TV-Show S01 1080p BluRay REMUX -RlsGroup

can someone help me out with this?

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Just:

sed -i -e 's/REMUX.*-/REMUX -/' -- "$file"
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