Radarr is an independent fork of Sonarr reworked for automatically downloading movies via Usenet and BitTorrent.
The project was inspired by other Usenet/BitTorrent movie downloaders such as CouchPotato.
- Install Radarr for your desired OS or use Docker
- For Linux users, run
radarrand optionally have Radarr start automatically
- Connect to the UI through http://localhost:7878 or http://your-ip:7878 in your web browser
- See the Setup Guide for further configuration
Radarr is currently undergoing rapid development and pull requests are actively added into the repository.
- Adding new movies with lots of information, such as trailers, ratings, etc.
- Support for major platforms: Windows, Linux, macOS, Raspberry Pi, etc.
- Can watch for better quality of the movies you have and do an automatic upgrade. eg. from DVD to Blu-Ray
- Automatic failed download handling will try another release if one fails
- Manual search so you can pick any release or to see why a release was not downloaded automatically
- Full integration with SABnzbd and NZBGet
- Automatically searching for releases as well as RSS Sync
- Automatically importing downloaded movies
- Recognizing Special Editions, Director's Cut, etc.
- Identifying releases with hardcoded subs
- All indexers supported by Sonarr also supported
- New PassThePopcorn Indexer
- QBittorrent, Deluge, rTorrent, Transmission and uTorrent download client (Other clients are coming)
- New TorrentPotato Indexer
- Torznab Indexer now supports Movies (Works well with Jackett)
- Scanning PreDB to know when a new release is available
- Importing movies from various online sources, such as IMDb Watchlists (A complete list can be found here)
- Full integration with Kodi, Plex (notification, library update)
- And a beautiful UI
- Importing Metadata such as trailers or subtitles
- Adding metadata such as posters and information for Kodi and others to use
- Advanced customization for profiles, such that Radarr will always download the copy you want
- Dynamically renaming folders with quality info, etc. (Currently working partially.) (*)
- Supporting custom folder structures, such as all movie files in one folder (*)
- Supporting multiple editions per movies (*)
- Supporting collections of movies, such as James Bond (*)
Note: All features marked with (*) are set to be in the first release of Radarr.
Configuring the Development Environment
- Make sure all the required software mentioned above are installed
- Clone the repository into your development machine (info)
- Grab the submodules
git submodule init && git submodule update
- Install the required Node Packages
- Start gulp to monitor your dev environment for any changes that need post processing using
Gulp must be running at all times while you are working with Radarr client source files.
- To build run
Note: Windows users must have bash available to do this. If you installed git, you should have a git bash utility that works.
NzbDrone.slnin Visual Studio 2017 or run the build.sh script, if Mono is installed. Alternatively you can use Jetbrains Rider, since it works on all Platforms.
- Make sure
NzbDrone.Consoleis set as the startup project
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- GNU GPL v3
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