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FileBot is a JAVA application for renaming your TV shows and anime (the name is auto-detected), download subtitles for your TV shows or simple file verifications.

Being a JAVA app, FileBot runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.


Besides renaming your TV shows, FileBot can also:
  • Fetch episode lists from TVRage, AniDB, TV.com, IMDb or TheTVDB
  • Reverse rename files using internal history or the original torrent file
  • Download subtitles from OpenSubtitles, Subscene, Sublight or SubtitleSource
  • Auto-extract zip and rar archives
  • It comes with an integrated subtitle viewer for srt, ass and sub files
  • Easily create and verify sfv, md5 and sha1 files
  • Aware of checksums that are embedded in the filename
  • Directly compare two or more directory trees

The application is very simple to use: you just drag and drop your TV shows or movies onto the application and it does the rest. On the "Rename" panel, click the "Match" button to get matching episode names from an online service such as TheTVDB, TVRage and so on and the new names will show up on the right.

If you want to change the file name template, click "Edit Format" from the same "Match" button menu. Once you get the names you want, click "Rename" and that's it.

To automatically download subtitles for your TV shows or movies, click the "Subtitles" tab on the left, then select the language you want to use for the subtitles and finally, drag and drop the video files onto the blue triangle icon. FileBot will automatically match subtitles to your video files based either on the file name or on the video hash. Click "Download" to start downloading subtitles for all the video files you've imported into Filebot.


FileBot is available for Linux (Ubuntu), Windows and Mac OS X - DOWNLOAD.




[Screenshot credits: FileBot website - I have absolutely no TV show on the computer where I'm typing this; thanks to ubuntublog.ch for the tip!]
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