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++++++++++ mp4tvtags v0.5 ++++++++++ works on Mac OS X Leopard & Snow Leopard thanks goes to: the MP4v2 team (http://code.google.com/p/mp4v2/) for their excellent mp4 container editing library the Subler team (http://code.google.com/p/subler/), their project was used as a template for MP4Tagger (source code soon to be released) dbr - http://github.com/dbr/ - for the API wrapper to thetvdb To actually embed the information in the files, a commandline tagger called MP4Tagger is used. This is a tool based upon Subler, which uses the mp4v2 library. It's written in a mix of C, C++ and Objective-C. Source code will be released. This requires Python and a compiled version of MP4Tagger which must be placed in the same directory as the the mp4tvtags files. Usage: Browse to the folder that contain the tv episodes. Must be in the structure: Show Name - S[S#]E[E#] <anything> .mp4 example: The X-Files - S01E01 - Pilot.mp4 Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -b, --batch selects first search result, requires no human intervention once launched -i, --interactive interactivly select correct show from search results [default] -c, --cautious Writes everything to new files. Nothing is deleted (will make a mess!) -d, --debug shows all debugging info -v, --verbose Will provide some feedback [default] -q, --quiet For ninja-like processing -f, --force-tagging Tags all valid files, even previously tagged ones -r, --remove-artwork removes previously embeded artwork -n, --no-renaming disables renaming -t, --no-tagging disables tagging -x FILEEXTENSIONS, --file-ext=FILEEXTENSIONS tells program to only parse inputted extensions. Example: "-x m4v,mp4" (comma seperated list of extensions)