Addic7ed scraper written in Python to download subtitles (almost) automatically
This scraper is made to work with Python 3 only. It is pre-installed on many linux distribution.
If it’s not your case, install it :p
- Using python-pip:
$ sudo pip install addic7ed
- Using Git repository:
$ git clone https://github.com/Jesus-21/addic7ed.git addic7ed
or download/unzip archive
then (from download/clone path):
$ sudo pip install -r requirements.txt
or use python Python virtualenv and install requirements within.
Create ~/.addic7edrc file containing language you want (english for instance):
[config] lang = 1
You can find language codes here
If you installed using python-pip, just run addic7ed (otherwise addic7ed.py file should be excutable) from the folder where your video files are,
then it will prompt which file you want to download. If download is successful, it will rename the video file to match subtitle file.
- Error management (almost none right now)
- CLI arguments (language, etc.)
- Intelligent auto-download (using release name + completion + popularity)
- Better file crawling (recursivity mainly)
- More pre/post processing of series names
- (Python 2 support?)
Suggestions and/or pull requests are more than welcome!
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