This post-processing script is a wrapper for Subliminal, a python library, written by Antoine Bertin (Diaoul Ael). All credit goes to the original author.
The library and the script are written in Python and work on all platforms supporting Python including Linux, Mac, Windows.
Subliminal uses video hashes and the powerful guessit library that extracts informations from filenames or filepaths to ensure you have the best subtitles. It also relies on enzyme to detect embedded subtitles and avoid duplicates.
Multiple subtitles services are available:
Author: Antoine Bertin (email@example.com).
Source code: http://github.com/Diaoul/subliminal.
License: GPLv3 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html).
Version: 0.6.3 (release date: 2013-01-17).
Info about pp-script:
Author: Andrey Prygunkov (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PP-Script Version: 0.6.3-1.
- Download from the link above;
- Unpack into pp-scripts directory. Your pp-scripts directory now should have folder "subliminal" with subfolders "lib" and "subliminal" and other files;
- That's it.
UPDATE Aug 2014:
A newer version of this script is developed by i2g and discussed in this topic.