deep-titler

0.2.1 • Public • Published

Starting from a top level directory, this module indexes all video files and searches for subtitles for all of them - using the subtitler module. Any match is stored alongside the video file as a .srt-file.

If the file already has a matching .srt-file, it will be ignored.

If no matches are found, it will be added to a blacklist. Files on the blacklist will not be checked again unless the --clean flag is supplied. The blacklist only applies for cli, although an ignorelist can be supplied to the api.

Installation

npm install deep-titler

API Usage

var deeptitler = require("deep-titler");
 
deeptitler.run("./", ["/ignore/this/movie.mp4"]).then(function(result) {
    // result is an object: { ignored: [], blacklisted: [], successful: [] }
});

CLI usage

Install using:

npm install -g deep-titler

Then run:

deep-titler [path] [--clean]

Notes

  • Supports English only (this will change shortly).
  • The opensubtitles API only allows 200 downloads from one client per day. In my experience, this means actual downloads. Merely checking for subtitle existence does not count against the quota.

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npm i deep-titler

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Version

0.2.1

License

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