EM Media Handler
A comprehensive media handling automation script for use via command-line or with a torrenting program.
EM Media Handler supports Python <= 2.7 - there are plans to support 3.x in a future release.
Check out the documentation for full details on required python packages and 3rd party applications.
Make sure your system is ready before proceeding.
The easiest way to install is via pip:
pip install em-media-handler
To upgrade to the latest version:
pip install -U em-media-handler
Full documentation for EM Media Handler is available on Read the Docs:
If you run into any problems, please report an issue in the GitHub issue tracker.
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Installing from Source
- Download the source from either GitHub or BitBucket.
- From inside the downloaded source folder, run the build command:
sudo python setup.py build
If you have run the build before, ensure you have a clean build environment first by running:
sudo python setup.py clean -a
- Install the package:
sudo python setup.py install
To get started type:
to view all of the available options.
It is also possible to integrate EM Media Handler with Deluge using the Execute plugin. See the full documentation, for more information.
The default user configuration is installed to:
Use any text editor to open and edit the file. See the full documentation for more information on the settings that are available for configuration.
Download – Released 02/07/15
The initial beta release of EM Media Handler, a comprehensive media handling automation script for use via command-line or with a torrenting program.
Full documentation is available here: https://em-media-handler.rtfd.io/
- Full-featured command-line interface via the
- Integration with Deluge's execute plugin via the
- Automation for 4 media types: TV, Movies, Music, and Audiobooks
- Creation of chaptered audiobook files in Linux
- Push notifications of script success/failure via Pushbullet and/or Pushover