Visit the project page here: Movietime project page
- different movie folders (Sources) to scan for new movies with a rake task can be defined
- movie metadata and poster image can be fetched from IMDB
- you can search for directors, cast members, sources, genres and other text in your database
- you can specify the end time when filtering your movies, for example when you want to go to bed :)
- IMDB page and trailers on YouTube are linked
- movies are taged with IMDB tags
- you can sort your search results by name, rating, movie length, year and creation date in your database
You can either download the latest source here: Movietime Source on GitHub as ZIP
Or you can checkout the code directly from the git repository:
git clone https://github.com/pbek/movietime.git -b develop
If you haven't installed the gem bundle do so:
cd movietime sudo gem install bundle
then install all other gems with:
If you are running into troubles with different ruby versions take a look at rvm. Install it and then do for example a:
rvm install ruby-1.9.3-p551
It should tell you to execute a line like this afterwards to use rvm, so don't forget to do that:
bundle install again to install all gems.
If you still have problems with your ruby version try:
gem install bundler
Now create the sqlite database with its tables and some data:
rake db:migrate rake db:seed
Finally you can start your rails server:
It should tell you to open a webpage like this: http://0.0.0.0:3000/
Now click on Sources on the top and specify at least one directory where you store your movies (for example
/home/patbek/Videos in my case). In this directory each movie has to have it's own directory.
Scanning for new movies in your movie folders
To add your latest movies to the database you can run this script:
It will scan your movie folders (Sources) and look up the movies on IMDB for you.
Don't forget, every movie has to have it's own directory, so that the scanner can search for it properly, for example like this:
Videos/ ├── Big Buck Bunny │ └── BigBuckBunny_320x180.mp4 ├── Elephants Dream │ └── ED_1024.avi └── Sintel └── sintel-1024-stereo.mp4
You can specify some search & replace patterns for your folder names in the section Directory Name Cleanup Patterns on the top.
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