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  • From DVDFab Movie Server Team Supplemental tools for DMS. - FileBot -The ultimate movie and TV renamer

    FileBot

    This is a tool for renaming media files that allows improved results when scanned by the DMS scraper (among other uses).

    FileBot is really smart about matching your episodes with online episode info from sources like TVRage, AniDB, TheTVDB or movie info from OpenSubtitles and TheMovieDB. The naming format and folder structure FileBot will use in renaming your media files is extremely powerful and customizable but at the same time really quite simple.

    Fetching subtitles has never been easier neither. FileBot will automatically lookup subs from various sources and intelligently match them to your media files. Just drag your files in and FileBot will do the rest.

    The GUI is extremely efficient, it's all just a matter of 2-3 drags/clicks. But if you're the really lazy kind, you can automate just about anything using the fully-featured cmdline interface.

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    Some Features
    • A simple user-interface tuned for drag-n-drop (no need to bother with file dialogs)
    • Platform-independent and straight-forward application deployment
    • Powerful and full-featured cmdline interface and scripting interface for any kind of automation
    • Rename and move hundreds of media files in a matter of seconds
    • Fetch episode info from TheTVDB, AniDB or TVmaze
    • Accurate and robust and simply awesome file / episode matching logic
    • Series / Anime / Movie name auto-detection
    • Powerful and highly customizable episode naming scheme
      MediaInfo optional
    • Supports language preferences for series and episode titles
    • Supports movie identification and renaming via TheMovieDB
    • Reverse rename files using internal history or the original torrent file
    • Download subtitles from OpenSubtitles
    • Advanced logic for matching files to most suitable subtitles
    • Find exact subtitles on OpenSubtitles
    • Upload subtitles with movie hash to OpenSubtitles
    • Integrated subtitle viewer for srt, ass and sub files
    • Transcode any subtitle as UTF-8 encoded srt
    • Easily create and verify sfv, md5, sha1 and sha256 file
    • Aware of checksums that are embedded in the filename
      common in anime releases
    • Directly compare two or more directory trees
    • Auto-lookup of any existing file verification
    • Identify and rename music using AcoustID audio-fingerprints and MusicBrainz info.
    • Extract files from zip, multi-volume rar and 7zip archives as well as ISO images.


    Official website
    https://www.filebot.net/

    downloads:
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/fil...FileBot_4.7.9/

    java environment:
    https://java.com/download
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    Last edited by Juice; 01-14-2018, 03:02 AM.

  • #2
    All,
    I have found that about 70% of my problems with missing posters or incorrect movie identification by the scraper are due to unrecognized or improperly formatted movie names. This is especially true for TV season or other episodic discs which will almost never work with aceptable results for the DMS. This can all be corrected using the tool that Juice discusses above if you have an existing library. For new titles you are adding, try renaming the file or DVD/BD Volume while processing in DVDFab using the naming conventions illustrated above, making sure to add the release year for ambiguous titles like "Robin Hood".

    Going forward, we hope to incorporate some Filebot-like features into the DMS Manager (dms.dvdfab.cn) for ease of maintenance. Another change to the scraper logic that will help is that it currently selects by default the oldest movie of an ambiguous title; this will be changed to default to the newest title with the movie name in a future release. There is also some hope for a "DMS Mode" in DVDFab that will automatically address some of this, but there is no current plan or timing for such a feature (just the wish ). The inclusion of FileBot-like features (plus some improvements) in DMS Manager is much more a real possibility and will be under development soon.

    This thread remains open for questions or comments.
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    • #3
      I think I am being stupid, but I can't figure out how you got to the Movie and Episode Formats that are shown to edit them. Please explain. Thank you.

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      • #4
        Sorry all....please ignore.....I was being stupid or just didn't play around enough.. Just in case someone else had the same problem, I found you need to 1) search for the match and then the display of new format in the right column and then 2) right click on the new filename format to open the edit.

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        • #5
          Good feedback Duane, thanks.
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          • #6
            Just wanted to say thanks for posting this - I bought on mac a while back (but after seeing it here) and it's been a great time saver!

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