Therefor I advise not simply to copy-paste any code or file content before having inspected it.iii) To do this setup, you will do some Linux command line: working with ssh,vi and browsing through the file structure.
Also I working knowledge of Python basics might come in handy, although the scripts I propose for moving files etc.
[I've updated this how-to because of several updates (firmware, rtorrent...)]I'm probably one out of a lot of people who puts a considerable amount of of time in collecting new TV show episodes.
Having a collection of 20 ongoing TV shows it became a daily pass-time to check for new episodes, finding the correct subtitles, renaming and moving the episodes to my multimedia library.
Since updating to the latest version, I can't use the "get-missing-subtitles -r" command anymore. H.264-BS[rarbg] Done ヾ(＠⌒ー⌒＠)ノ Exclude: /volume1/torrent/Serie TV/Fortitude.
When trying to use the suball script instead, I found a bug.
Here are some improvements that you may notice: The end result is now in the addons, so anyone with this installed should have it by now.My (very basic) file goes like this: It works good for most folders/files, but when there is a folder with media files and also a subfolder with media files, filebot only downloads subtitles for the media files in the folder, not for the media files in the subfolder. This wasn't the case with the old "get-missing-subtitles -r" command. I'm also continuing to make my latest work available via zip file, so if you want to try any new features I mention later in this thread, snag the beta zip file and either unzip it into the XBMC/addons dir over the current code or use the menu prompts to install from zip.The file will include a unique 8-character string (right before the suffix) for each changed version in order to work around a bug in the xbmc zip installer.for integration in skin, this question has to be for them i'll try to make them available on most screen they want Great addon.