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Check out mnamer — a new media organization tool

Check out mnamer — a new media organization tool

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  1. Do you support file name in a language other than English? Last time I needed a tool like that I used TheRenamer but it only support English titles sadly.

  2. I already congratulated you on r/Python sub, but again it’s a solid work.

    Now that I’ve played a bit, here are some feedback and suggestions.

    * It would be nice not to reexamine the movies already handled, especially when we run the program to rename files in the current dir (I’ll dive into it)
    * Use of templates for the renaming could be useful (1 option for TV shows and 1 for movies). It would be more flexible and we could also reorganize files by splitting them in dirs i.e: –movie-template='{genre}/{title} (year) – {quality}’ . This way you could automatically skip matching movies
    * I’m not in favor of hard/soft links for many reasons but would rather prefer to store a hidden file at the top of the targets dir. It could keep rename history as someone suggested, but it could also store all metadata of each files and even store a hash of the files. (See next point)
    * Storing a kind of hash for some files could open more perspectives: duplicates detection but also provides some optimization. I suggest to use the opensubtitles hashing algorithm as it just handles a chunk of these big files but also, it allows you to get imdb IDs directly for files to double check the “best guess”. See : [https://github.com/agonzalezro/python-opensubtitles](https://github.com/agonzalezro/python-opensubtitles)
    * To minimize collision risk, concatenate it with the filesize
    * Also I’m not for directly modify metadata in files as it breaks all the hashing features (avoid to download same files with different names …) and metadata are stored in an external file
    * Regarding this metadata file, I suggest to use [Diskcache](http://www.grantjenks.com/docs/diskcache/index.html) which is a versatile lib where you can easily create persistent multithread/multiprocess compliant key/value stores, caches and many more. See this [UC](http://www.grantjenks.com/docs/diskcache/case-study-web-crawler.html)
    * Manage non english languages (tmdb supports it): see:

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    Processing Movie “Une.famille.En.Peril (Against The Wild) 2013(FRA).mkv”
    moving to H:ActionAgainst the Wild (2013).mkv

    Regarding the interactive mode:

    * It would be nice to get 2 more options: 1 to open the files in the default viewer to acknowledge ambiguous cases and 1 to edit manually the name or to run your own search on online providers
    * As you visibly wrote your own [CLI library](https://github.com/jkwill87/teletype) (nice work) it would also be nice to allow the options (skip, quit) to be displayed horizontallly
    * Also, as you manage shortcuts (s, q) why do we need to press the ENTER key ?

    Hoping you find this constructive. I could also join the dev forces if you publish a dev guide 😉

  3. Can we parse against a public database? I’m thinking tvdb, or IMDb, which my scrapers use to get metadata.

  4. Does it traverse directories? And does it handle subtitles?

  5. I use a program called “bulk renaming utility” to rename my files. It works great for changing file extentions, and even lets you edit the meta data such as the date of file creation and such. Its really a neat program.

  6. >.AVI files

    >2020

    >laughinggirls.jpg

    But seriously ooks super handy! I’m anal as heck about my file metadata.

  7. It is an open source command line tool for organizing many files, including written media. I think it’s worth watching and wanted to share it.

  8. This looks nice. I’ve been wanting a version of mp3tag that works for movies as well, this looks like a good first step. Of course, I’d like to *also* have standardized video formats, but that’s probably a long way off.

  9. Interesting!
    Is there a different tool that allows inferring media tags from folder/file names?
    This would be useful for organizing mp3’s inside software that relies on tags, in case the tags are missing but you already have a good (yet imperfect/not 100% coherent) folder structure

  10. I prefer to keep the original file name, so I have information about the source and audio right there to see.

  11. I think you meant to name it “Big Buck Bunny (2008)”

  12. I see that you included provider API keys. What are the limitations on those?

  13. Oh neat, that’s really cool.

    Would be nice if it was able to pull naming conventions from Sonarr/Radarr and rename things to match current library standards.

  14. I wish i could rename everything and keep seeding it lol.

  15. Good work any project contributing to the organising of us Data Hoarders is well worth a cheers.

  16. Features are indeed great. It would be a hit with a UI so noobs like me could enjoy too

  17. Would be able to rename a batch of files like 01.mkv 02.mkv into something more friendly like yourshowtitle.s01e01 etc?

  18. How does it work? It is just parsing the original filename or is it actually looking at the media?

  19. Hey r/DataHoarder buds! I wrote [mnamer](https://github.com/jkwill87/mnamer), an open source media file organization command-line utility written in Python. I think it’s pretty neat and wanted to share.

    It can be used to rename and move movie and television episodes either interactively using a curses-like interface or in batch mode as part of an automated workflow. It is configurable either through command-line arguments or a configuration file.

    The project was inspired by [tvnamer](https://github.com/dbr/tvnamer), a comparable tool used to rename television media files. The utility started as a just a fun project written for my own purposes to expand on its functionality to support renaming movie files.

    I’m not sure if or how this will be received but I would love to get feedback– thoughts, feature suggestions, issues, and contributions are all welcome.

    The [source code](https://github.com/jkwill87/mnamer) and [documentation](https://github.com/jkwill87/mnamer/wiki) are available on GitHub.

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    Thanks!