The main requirement is that you have already installed PyReScene from source as per the instructions. This tool does not work with the pre-compiled .exes.
- Clone this repository to your local machine
- Via terminal/command prompt navigate to the folder
python setup.py install
Currently, the best and most tested method of executing this script is
autorescene.py -va --find-sample -o /path/to/output /path/to/input
It is seriously recommended to output to a completely separate folder that you're happy to delete.
stick$ autorescene.py --help usage: autorescene.py [--opts] input1 [input2] ... automated rescening of unrarred/renamed scene files positional arguments: input file or directory of files to be parsed optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -a, --auto-reconstruct full auto rescene - this will scan directories, locate files, check srrdb, and a release into a release dir with original rars and nfo/sfv/etc and sample, if srs exists - this is the same as -jkx -j, --rescene recreate rars from extracted file/srr -k, --resample recreate sample from original file/srs --find-sample if sample creation fails, look for sample file on disk -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT set the directory for all output -v, --verbose verbose output for debugging purposes --rename rename scene releases to their original scene filenames -x, --extract-stored extract stored files from srr (nfo, sfv, etc) -e EXTENSION, --extension EXTENSION list of extensions to check against srrdb (default: .mkv, .avi, .mp4) --keep-srr keep srr in output directory --keep-srs keep srs in output directory