2, Sorry , I thought they had API.
Thanks for the roadmap. I really like video file hash idea of matching subtitles and I hope it will prove sufficient. Otherwise generic (for example "Dexter - S01E01.mkv") search will get multiple hits (and many of those for .avi (SD version )) which will not helps things much, me thinks.
If you need to test some stuff with newer version let me know. I will keep you posted in coming days on how current version is doing. I've set up Hazel to search for recently added files to be processed every 60 minutes for 2 days by your script. Most of the time subtitles show up 12-24 hours after the TV show airs so it should be sufficient criteria.
rednoah42 Wrote:1. Yep, only OpenSubtitles and Sublight support hash lookups. Without --q there's only hash lookups.
2. I know podnapisi, as far as i know there is no XML/JSON/etc API, only people scraping the page, like what I do with subscene right now.
PS: Worked the whole day on super-charging the -get-subtitles CLI. FileBot 2.3 will auto-detect the query (like with -rename /tvshow), then match subtitles names with filenames (like matching episodes with files) and finally fetch subtitles for you, all auto-magically.