This is a script for downloaded TV shows and movies. It uses scene-standard naming conventions (and a lot of nonstandard ones, too) to match TV shows and movies and rename/move/sort/organize them as you like.
This post-processing script is a wrapper for program turbo_sort written by Michael Riha. All credits go to original author.
The script is written in Python and works on all platforms supporting Python including Linux, Mac, Windows.
Info about turbo_sort (original program):
Author: Michael Riha (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Web-site and source code: http://code.google.com/p/turbo-sort/.
License: GPLv3 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html).
Version: 2.2.3 beta (release date: 2013-04-19).
Info about pp-script:
Author: Andrey Prygunkov (email@example.com).
PP-Script Version: 2.2.3-1.
- Download from the link above;
- Unpack into pp-scripts directory. Your pp-scripts directory now should have file "TurboSort.py";
- Open settings in web-interface and check/edit options for the script.
- That's it.
- %t (%y) - Pulp Fiction (1994).mkv;
- %q/%t %y - 1080p/Pulp Fiction 1994.mkv;
- %y/%t - 1994/Pulp Fiction.mkv;
- %t/Season %s/%t S%0s E%0e - The Office/Season 6/The Office S06 E03.mkv;
- Shows/%T Season %s/%t S%s E%e - Shows/THE OFFICE Season 6/The Office S6 E3.mkv;
- %t/%t %sm %0d %y - The Daily Show/The Daily Show Mar 05 2012.mkv;
- %t/%y/%fm/%t %y-%m-%d - The Daily Show/2012/March/The Daily Show 2012-3-5.mkv.