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Organize your movie folder and files

Project description

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Organizes, indexes, and pulls relevant info for your movie library presented in a clean, locally-resourced, set of webpages.

Installation

1) Install cinefiles

pip install cinefiles

Usage

Downloading to appropriaatly named folders (each folder’s name is the name of the movie it holds) NOTE: Folders can contain subfolders with movies in them i.e. => “James Bond Movies/Goldeneye”

import cinefiles.cinefiles as cf
directory = "/Volumes/HDD/Movies"
search = cf.Cinefiles(searchfolder=directory)
search.run()

To rename folders automatically: (this can’t be undone automatically yet)

import cinefiles.cinefiles as cf
directory = "/Volumes/HDD/jumble_of_movies"
organize = cf.Cinefolders(searchfolder=directory)
organize.organizefolder()

To remove all the added files:

import cinefiles.cinefiles as cf
clear_run = cf.Cinefiles(configfile='cinefiles.ini')
clear_run.clear_run.purgecinefiles()

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