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    MediaElch

    MediaElch is a MediaManager for Kodi. It directly accesses XBMCs database (SQLite and MySQL) and thumbnail cache to store information about movies and TV...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • Subscene icon

    Subscene

    subscene.com is a site where you can find subtitles for almost any movie or TV show in almost any language . Language supported : Arabic, English, French, Italian...

    Free Web / Cloud

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    TheRenamer

    Automatically rename and organize your TV shows and Movies. Also moves them to your Media Library! TV Series Episodes and Movie File Renamer works with IMDb.com...

    Free Windows

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  • Ember Media Manager icon

    Ember Media Manager

    Ember Media Manager is just that: a media manager. Once configured, it let's you fetch, store, and view various details about your media collection. Movies and TV...

    Open Source Windows

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  • SubDownloader icon

    SubDownloader

    SubDownloader is a program for automatic download/upload subtitles for videofiles (DIVX,MPEG,AVI,VOB,etc) and DVDs using fast hashing. Free for Mac and Linux. 30 days...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux

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    TVRename

    Say you've downloaded a few TV episodes, and they have names like: Greys.Anatomy.S03E04.blah.xvid.avi and you want them named more like: Greys Anatomy - S03E04 -...

    Open Source Windows

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  • Name My TV Series icon

    Name My TV Series

    Simple application to assist you in renaming TV Series files. Filenames can be based on data provided by for example TheTVDB.com.

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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  • Subtitles icon

    Subtitles

    Free Mac and Windows app for automatically downloading subtitles for your movies and TV shows. Just drop your videos into Subtitles and let it do its magic. It...

    Commercial Mac Windows

  • Japanese Media Manager Desktop icon

    Japanese Media Manager Desktop

    JMM (Japanese Media Manager) is an anime cataloging program designed to automate the cataloging of your collection regardless of size and amount of files.

    Open Source Windows

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  • Media Center Master icon

    Media Center Master

    Smooth, powerful interface to organize your media collection. Support for the built-in Windows Media Center Video Library strip (dvdid.xml) as well as MediaBrowser...

    Free Windows

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    Gnapi

    Gnapi is application designed for automatically downloading and matching subtitles for movies. It supports Napiprojekt.pl and OpenSubtitles databases. Program can be...

    Open Source Linux Android

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    Movie Renamer

    Movie Renamer is an Open Source application (Windows/Linux/OSX), totally free written in java, for easily renaming movie files. Features : Scan movie folder/hard...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • submarine

    Submarine is a command-line program for searching and downloading the right subtitles for movies. Subtitles are searched based on movie file hashes and downloaded from...

    Open Source Mac Linux

FileBot Comments

Remove junk files

Positive Comment by samkelly
about FileBot Oct 2012

An additional feature to remove junk files e.g.
.jpg,.txt,.db,.nfo through a full tree structure would be very useful.

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File join

Positive Comment by samkelly
about FileBot Oct 2012

Would it be possible for your code to detect if there was xxx-cd1.avi and xxx-cd2.avi (which it somewhat seems to do already) and then auto merge them into a single avi file, maybe linking with a 3rd party utility like FormatFactory for this?

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Failed matches

Positive Comment by samkelly
about FileBot Oct 2012

I get many unrecognised matches when running an older movie, eg "Buck Rogers - Pilot Movie.mp4" and these very often match as "complete (2010)" whne using IMDB.
It would be easier if it just said "no match" if its not sure so there are less false positives to weed out.

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Feature Request

Positive Comment by jamartinezc
about FileBot Sep 2012

I love the subtitle downloader feature, It would even more awesome if you could select folders or drag and drop folders so FileBot would search recursively inside them for video files and list them

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Time-saving application

Positive Comment by kaspermalfroid1
about FileBot Jan 2012

I'm very satisfied with this application. It does all your post-download tasks: decent file naming and subtitle search. Some features I would like to request:
- Downloading tv subtitles from http://www.tvsubtitles.net/ . Far better source for english tv subtitles than the used ones: everything is arranged on season and episode number. Next to automatic renaming, automatic subtitle downloading and renaming would be awesome.
- A right click menu in Mac OS X Finder called "Rename with Filebot": http://cl.ly/DL3F (it could be placed underneath "Upload with CloudApp" in the screenshot).

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The Subtitles Finder

Comment by schembri
about FileBot Jul 2011

Tried 'em all, this is the best of the lot. And it's cross-platform to boot.

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