FileBot 4.9.1

FileBot helps you easily and quickly organize and rename movies, TV shows, and music files.

  • Automatic naming. FileBot retrieves file information from various online databases but leaves room for you to manage file naming how you like using groovy expressions.
  • Add subtitles. Manually search for, download, and add subtitles using features built into FileBot.
  • Command-line functionality. FileBot features a simple command-line interface that makes all of FileBot’s functionality available from the console or in automated scripts.


What’s New

Version 4.9.1:

Added:
  • Edit Format / Edit Match / Edit Name context menu
  • Smart Mode: Attributes matcher (i.e. xattr / exif / id3 / atom)
  • {db} dynamic binding (e.g. map between TheTVDB and AniDB episode objects)
  • {vs} standard media {source} tag
  • {historic} binding for looking up the original file path of {f} (e.g. useful for -exec post-processing commands)
  • -no-probe option to disable media parser (e.g. match files without reading file contents)
  • -no-index option to disable local media indices (i.e. improved support for low-memory devices)
  • -no-history and -clear-history options
  • --apply option (e.g. --apply artwork nfo url metadata)
  • --mapper option (e.g. --mapper AnimeList.AniDB)
Enhanced:
  • Selection Dialog with thumbnails and tooltips
  • Conflict Dialog with detailed explanations
  • Manual search to support both search by name and lookup by id
  • {primaryTitle} to yield AniDB x-jat (romanized Japanese) series name for TheTVDB episode objects
  • {hours} to use Ratio (U+2236) instead of Colon (U+003A)
Improved:
  • Support for mapping episode information between different databases and numbering schemes (e.g. via AnimeList or XEM)
  • -mediainfo -exec pipeline
Others:
  • Use F2 shortcut for Plain File Mode
  • Use F3 shortcut for Local Xattr Mode
  • Enable selected post-processing features via Filter ➔ Attributes ➔ Apply
  • Enable clone (on macOS / apfs) and reflink (on Linux / btrfs) by default for all COPY operations
  • Evaluate {closures} automatically in String.plus(Closure) constructs (e.g. {"[" + {n} + " " + {s00e00} + "]"})
  • Support dynamic code evaluation via include and evaluate
  • Support @file.groovy syntax in Format Editor and Preset Editor (e.g. @/path/to/MyFormat.groovy)
  • Allow *.groovy files as argument value for --format, --filter, --mapper and --file-filter options (e.g. --format /path/to/MyFormat.groovy)
  • Support movie hash lookup via --db OpenSubtitles
  • Support -r and --file-filter for -script calls (i.e. select files before calling the script)
  • Support bash_completion


Compatibility

OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor


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2 Responses

  1. mtkvnela says:

    v4.8.2 pleasee

  2. kevy says:

    Sorry for the inconvenience, but when you click on RENAME an error window appears, in which it says:

    java.io.IOException: org.bouncycasttle.cms.CMSException: No content found.

    Could you help me?

    Thank you.

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