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Addic7ed scraper written in Python to download subtitles (almost) automatically

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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 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):

lang = 1

You can find language codes here


If you installed using python-pip, just run addic7ed (otherwise file should be excutable) from the folder where your video files are,

$ addic7ed


$ /git/clone/path/

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)

Suggestions and/or pull requests are more than welcome!

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