Release Notes: This release brings many improvements for automated processing and a few new features requested by the community.
Release Notes: This release features many improvements to movie and episode detection and lots of little UI enhancements, like being able to set and unset OpenSubtitles and Sublight login credentials.
Release Notes: This release improves upon the new Music mode, includes many adjustments that make automatic matching of episodes/subtitles even better. The GUI will now allow you to rename valid entries despite one or more conflicting entries in the batch.
Release Notes: This release adds a new Music Mode using AcoustID. There's also lots of enhancements in movie, episode, and subtitle processing, and various scraper fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds lots of tweaks for episode/movie auto-detection and fully automated processing. The IMDb scraper is fixed, and HTTP connections will connect through the system proxy by default. Drag-n-drop on Linux now handles GVFS URIs as well, and maps them to the ~/.gvfs filesystem abstraction via libgio.
Release Notes: This release includes many improvements for fully-automated processing, series lookup, and episode matching, especially for ambiguous cases. Other enhancements include better support for renaming of movie folders (rather than files), OMDb/IMDb bindings for naming expressions, ed2k support in the SFV panel, and storing rename-metadata in extended attributes (if supported by the platform and filesystem).
Release Notes: This release integrates 7zip right out of the box, so you can extract files from pretty much any kind of archive. New command line options for linking/copying files instead of moving and how to handle existing files. Quite a few little enhancements to movie/series auto-detection and episode matching.
Release Notes: This release adds many new things requested by the community like support for disk folders, configurable episode sort order (Airdate vs DVD), and improved movie detection and episode matching.
Release Notes: Movie auto-detection now actually works. More accurate and robust episode/file matching was implemented. Movie/series detection now works via imdbid/tvdbid from nfo files. Update notifications will now be displayed when future versions are released. Initial startup time of the Java WebStart app was greatly improved by using lazy loading. A new portable distribution is available for download. Java 6 (Mac) support allows files to be moved/renamed across different volumes/filesystems.
Release Notes: Many things have come together for this release. It mostly involves improvements on existing features, is more smart about things, and has many bugfixes and little improvements everywhere. It features improved deployment making the command line work out of the box, improved automated subtitle match and download, efficient mass-renaming of large numbers of folders/files, mismatch highlighting, improved File<->Episode matching logic, and improvements to the CLI Scripting Environment (support for "execute cmd" and "watch folder").