Php script for updating tvshow files version 3
--def mail=host:port:from[:username:password] Send email via private mail server --def mailto=email Send report to the given email address --def report Error=y Report errors via email --def store Report=y Save reports to local filesystem --def extract Folder=/path/to/folder Extract archives to this folder --def skip Extract=y Do not extract archives --def delete After Extract=y Delete archives after extraction --def clean=y Automatically remove empty folders and clutter files that may be left behind after moving the video files, or temporary extracted files after copying --def exec="echo " Run program on newly processed files --def unsorted=y Move media files that cannot be identified to a separate folder --def ignore=regex Ignore filepaths that match the given regular expression This script uses multiple format expressions, so the simple --format option is not supported.
You can override the default naming schemes via --def series Format, anime Format or movie Format.
It is also easy enough to be a beginner's first server side language!
The amc script will automatically organize your media.
The script will only touch video/subtitle files and will leave everything else as is. Paste the following command into µTorrent Run Program settings. --def emby=host:apikey Tell the given Emby instance to rescan it's library.
There's setup instructions for µTorrent, q Bittorrent, r Torrent, Deluge, Transmission, Vuze, JDownloader and Automator. Setup Location of Downloaded Files and make sure the path does not end with backslash. µTorrent ► Run Program ► Run this program when torrent finishes: filebot -script fn:amc --output "X:/Media" --action duplicate --conflict skip -non-strict --log-file --def unsorted=y music=y artwork=y "ut_label=%L" "ut_state=%S" "ut_title=%N" "ut_kind=%K" "ut_file=%F" "ut_dir=%D" 3. --def pushover=userkey[:apikey] Send update notifications to your devices via Pushover.
Finally got around to updating the GPS in my E85 Z4.
You can find the actual cmdline call in the µTorrents Logger tab so you can just copy it from there.
Knocked up a quick C# console app which takes a directory argument where dumps are located (one per sub folder) and check the MD5 against a known hash.
A txt file report is produced in the directory of the verification program when the program completes. Thanks to for hosting the dat files which I found here.
Relative paths will be resolved against --output and you can use absolute paths if you want to use multiple drives.
force Movie/Series/Anime mode by setting --def ut_label accordingly, and you can further define your own --filter rules to fine-tune matching to your exact needs, and avoid mismatches.