Release Notes: The main focus of this release has been updating the XBMC scraper support to work with the latest scrapers and stores that make use of databases. There have also been improvements to the searchers used to find names of shows and films, plus the normal slew of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Seen files can be ignored. Directories can be watched for new media, which is then moved to the correct media directory. MP4 file metadata is now handled by a fork of atomic parsley. Much improved MP4/M4V metadata. Support for High Def media. A new Store for notifying iTunes of media file changes via a remote server running on the iTunes box. Improved Windows support. Improved TV Show/Film searching. Issues with launch scripts have been fixed. There are Debian/Ubuntu install packages.
Release Notes: Searching for metadata was improved by using XBMC scrapers. Film title and show name lookup were improved. New actions were added, such as executing system commands and renaming the media files. The renaming patterns were enhanced. The configuration options were improved. A new XML store is used. The tag chimp source was improved. Many new configuration options (and a new configuration format) were added. Speed and stability improvements were made.
Release Notes: This release updates some of the sources with changes from the source HTML they parse.
Release Notes: The software is now able to rename subtitle files. Some null pointer problems were fixed. The code was updated to work with changes in source Web sites.
Release Notes: Recursive renaming of media files. A MythTV Store for writing film information to the MythTV database. Logging has been added (using log4j). A new Film Hybrid source takes the best of all the film sources. Films can now have a genre flagged as primary. A new www.tagchimp.com source for films. Films can now also have chapter name information and long descriptions. Films and TV Shows can now have non-numeric IDs. All the Web parsers have been updated for the latest changes to the Web sites.
Release Notes: The ability to rename Films with data fetched from the Web. A new Film source for fetching film information from imdb.com. Updated stores to store film information. A new MP4 store for storing metadata in mp4 files used in iTunes. Support for renaming .mp4 and .m4v files. Film posters are fetched from the Internet and stored in .mp4 and .m4v files. Updated to the latest format changes of the tv.com site.