Command line arguments - reference

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Information  Command line arguments - reference
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To start tinyMediaManager via the command line, there is a new executeable/shellscript for your system:

Windows: tinyMediaManagerCMD.exe
Linux/OSX: tinyMediaManagerCMD.sh (note: on OSX it is inside the tinyMediaManager.app)

Execute without any parameter, to display syntax.

Available parameters:
  • -updateMovies ........ update all movie datasources and add new movies/files to the database
  • -updateMoviesX....... replace X with 1-9 - just updates a single movie datasource; ordering like GUI
  • -updateTv ............... update all TvShow datasources and add new TvShows/episodes to the database
  • -updateTvX.............. replace X with 1-9 - just updates a single TvShow datasource; ordering like GUI
  • -update .................. update all (short for ‘-updateMovies -updateTv’)
     
  • -scrapeUnscraped ... scrape all unscraped movies (independent from update)
  • -scrapeNew ............ auto-scrape (force best match) new found movies/TvShows/episodes from former update(s)
  • -renameNew ........... rename & cleanup of the new found/scraped movies/TvShows/episodes
     
  • -checkFiles ............ does a physical check, if all files in DB are existent on filesystem (might take long!)
so a "tinyMediaManagerCMD.exe -update -scrapeNew -renameNew" perfectly cleans your new and updated items Smile

NOTE: if you start tinyMediaManager this way, you won’t get an UI or updates!
Please check for updates with the normal executeable to stay up to date.

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(This post was last modified: 2013-10-20 20:11 by myron.)
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