Run MDB on a folder or a set of files/folders and it downloads imdb data for all movie files found and shows it in a nice GUI.
You can then sort the movies by title, rating, runtime, releaseYear or Genre.
- Runs on Windows and Linux
- Uses threads and caching. Is super fast!
- Works through http proxies
- Automatically checks for updates
- Automagically resolves file names like "Eva.2011.R5.XviD.VaLeBo.mkv"
- No reason why you shouldn't be using it everyday! :)
Download the setup from here and run it to install.
LinuxMDB depends on wxPython; so before you run it, install wx.
Debian/Ubuntu based users can simply do this:
Or else (if you don't wan't to use pip), download the tarball from here, extract it and run:
sudo apt-get install python-wxgtk2.8 && sudo apt-get install python-pip && sudo pip install MDB
sudo python setup.py install
- Right-click anywhere in a movie folder and select MDB!
(On linux, you would have to select scripts->MDB in the right-click menu).
- You can also right-click a file/folder
- MDB also works through a HTTP proxy. Just navigate to File->preferences and enter your proxy settings as http://proxyhost:proxyport/
- Support for downloading subtitles
- Ability to search for title/director/actor/genre.
- And much more...