Scrappy provides an intuitive interface for renaming video files based on information scraped from thetvdb.com!
In short, you can turn something like
Scrappy provides a command-line app and a GUI app (coming soon), as well as a documented API for integrating scrape-based renaming into 3rd party applications.
Most users will want to install Scrappy through pip.
pip install Scrappy --user
Developers can clone the
master branch and fork locally.
git clone https://github.com/louist87/Scrappy.git
Note: tests can be run by invoking
nosetests -w tests/ from Scrappy's root directory. Please ensure that nosetests pass before submitting your pull request
Simple API Call
import scrappy.core as scrappy # Initialize a scrape # Series name is automatically inferred scrape = scrappy.Scrape('its always sunny in philadelphia 101.mkv') # Query TheTVDB for data and rename if scrape.map_episode_info(): scrape.rename_files(test=True) # test file rename (no changes committed when test == True)
Advanced API Use
The scrappy API provides options for:
- Glob pattern matching
- Selecting from file name formats (and defining custom formatters)
- Selecting from multiple TVDB query results
- Fixing errors
Documentation for these functions can be found on the API wiki page.
Scrappy also functions as a command-line and GUI application.
To start the interactive GUI application, invoke the
script without specifying any files.
Launching Scrappy while passing files will launch the command-line app. When using the command-line app, you are free to either define all of the parameters in the form of command-line arguments, or use settings defined in the configuration file.
The Scrappy application docstring is as follows:
Usage: scrappy [PATH] ... [options] -a --auto Automatically scrape and rename without user interaction. -p --profile User-specified profile -i ID --tvdbid ID Specify TVDB id -l LANG --lang LANG Specify language code [default: en]. --confidence Lower bound to consider a guessed series name [default: 0.] --thresh Threshold for series name matching with TVDB query [default: 0.] --interactive Manually select show from TVDB query results. -t --test Test run. Do not modify files. -c --cfg Use alternate config file
Full documentation for the command-line application can be found here.