What does /g/ use to organize and manage their videos? General discussion.
Would be great to find a program that can batch rename video files based on metadata.
I've used EMDB but it's pretty limited.
Have thousands of videos, documentary series, TV shows, etc. Require the ability to import details from sources like IMDB and TVDB to easily find what I'm looking for.
Congrats on being low maintenance but I need more than explorer for video management .
I guess, I just explore all my movies using a kind of file explorer - a bit like Windows File Explorer. If you use Windows, try searching for 'explorer.exe'. Then you can explore all your movie files through Windows File Explorer. Anyway, hope that helps - explore on!
So you populate your filenames with title, actor, director, cast, production year, language, plot outline, genre, studio, season, network, medium, region, resolution, and episode information for searching and indexing in explorer? You type all this by hand rather than clicking an import button in a library program?
What's the point of keeping a "video library"? It's retarded. I just download movies I want to see and delete them afterwards. It takes what, five minutes to get them again?
>adapting collector consumeristic attitudes to digital platforms
This is the height of autism.
No, many are work-related documentaries, obscure difficult to find/torrent online, and or personally digitized rare vhs and other analog format films. I keep a library. I need suitable software.