OpenSubtitles.org downloader script - Printable Version
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- Bram77 - 2009-04-26 17:31
I have all my videos on a NAS. When I try to search for subs with the script I get a hash error (IO error). Eventhough my member status says "Skilled Python Coder", that's not true at all. I did fiddle with some python code, but they gave me that status so I could edit the startpost of some project topics.
Does anyone have an idea what could be cousing the error?
- Dan Dare - 2009-04-26 19:26
It is, as I don't have write access to the official SVN repository.
Keep an eye on this issue for when it gets fixed in the SVN repository:
- Dan Dare - 2009-04-26 19:29
Upload your xbmc.log at http://pastebin.com so we can have a look.
- Talle - 2009-04-26 23:18
Like the Aeon skin!!!
Just a little something that I would realy appriciate.
Since I have an harmony remote, which doesn´t realy like all commands, could you add an EXIT button to the script?
- Dan Dare - 2009-04-27 00:29
Just finished a rough version of a plugin, if you want to try it and provide some feedback, see below:
- Talle - 2009-04-27 10:54
Dan Dare Wrote:@Talle
I´m at work right now but will try tonight, I will get back to you with feedback!
- thereddog - 2010-09-22 08:29
I've looked through the thread, but I have no idea how this script is supposed to work, or how to execute it within XBMC for Windows...
- generator - 2010-09-29 20:17
Is there any way I can set the script to download the subtitle in the folder of the movie it belongs to?
How to get your subtitles downloaded to the movies folder - crispy86 - 2010-12-08 03:01
generator Wrote:Is there any way I can set the script to download the subtitle in the folder of the movie it belongs to?
This question has probably already been answered already but just in case anybody is wondering, here's a quick how to.
'XBMC main screen' > 'Settings' > 'Add-ons' > 'Enabled Add-ons' > 'Subtitles' > 'XBMC Subtitles' > 'Configure' > 'Advanced Options' > Click the option 'Subtitle Download Folder Same As Movie'
Let me know if anybody finds this useful.
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(As a side note, this how to is for the XBMC Subtitles add-on which I believe is a derivative of this script. If you haven't got it, you can download it by starting at the XBMC home screen then > 'Settings' > 'Add-ons' > 'Get Add-ons' > 'XBMC.org Add-ons' > 'Subtitles' > 'XBMC Subtitles')