Small tool for saving your progress in watching series.
You can install seasondog trough pip:
sudo pip install seasondog
First you need to edit copy default .sdogrc from repository to ~, and edit it:
* PLAYER: you need to provide command line for starting your videoplayer. Two placeholders: videofile and player_args
There is another configuration options, they're all documented in example .sdogrc
On first call in directory you can provide player args for this directory, where you can setup various per-directory settings (for example - add subtitles). You can use specified functions for file matching in that string, which result substitutes into string.
For example, subtitles for mplayer should be
, that means - find subtitles in directory sub/, with no limits, and separate all subtitles by symbol ','.
lookup for files (matching uses similar algoritm, but without extension check) in path, limit results to file_limit (-1 for unlimited), join all results by file_delimeter.
You can skip arguments, the defaults are: path - ., file_limit - (1), file_delimeter - (,).
just like @files, but lookup only subtitles (check by extension).
After you finish setup you can use such commands:
* sdog - watch next episode
* sdog p(rev) - watch prev episode
* sdog w(atch) - watch current episode
* sdog set <EPISODE> - set episode directly and watch it
* sdog r(eset) - delete current directory (or directory, provided by -f argument) from database
* sdog s(tatus) - get current dir status information
* sdog args - update player args in database
* sdog m(igrate) <DEST> - migrate current's directory status into DEST, with directory name preserved. You can disable preservation and provide full path using -p argument. Also, instead of using current directory you can provide it by yourself with -f <FROM> argument.
* sdog cleanup - remove not-existent directories from database
There is several global options also:
* -a ARGS - override player args
* --database=PATH - override default database location
Copyright © 2014 Vasiliy Horbachenko
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at
your option) any later version.
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.