New in this version:
- Format strings:
[EP4] format string for episode naming: episode number only
[QUALITY] for tv or movies " HD" or " SD" - based on the original file name (currently not extracted from the video itself)
- Always uses a year for movie naming if that format string is used, even if not present in the original filename
- Applies filesystem rules to sorted movie files
- Keeps 'part 1', 'cd1' etc in new file names
- Use-dots-instead-of-spaces is also applied to tv show directories
- Does not extract archives if .part files exist that match (a hint that not all the pieces are in place)
A file to be sorted
This argument can be repeated to add multiple individual files to sort
Dry run mode. No file operations will occur on the to-sort directory.
Some directories may be created at the destination.
Duplicate images can be symlinked or copied. For example TV season images get placed in the main directory, and in season subdirectories.
The SYMLINK option is recommended. If symlinks are not available (for example, on Windows), then they will be copied.
If not specified, SYMLINK.
Only sort tv episodes if the episode name was available from thetvdb
Note: directories may still be created in the destination, even if the file is skipped due to this rule
If not specified, FALSE
Shows the license and some information about donations when the program starts
If not specified, TRUE
- Displays information about the movie directory on start-up
- Windows archive extraction fix, and added known error code for Windows
- Various other fixes, such as spacing and "-" naming fix, file size fix, fix to update check when there is no Internet access
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Thanks to those of you that contributed code: Fox and TechLife, and
thanks also to JoachimL: I ended up doing the image copy differently, but the feature wouldn't exist if you hadn't submitted that code. Thanks!