tinyMediaManager 3.1.8 beta|
Last update: 4 Aug 2020 | License: Freeware | Size: 29MB | Downloads: 3819
Can’t stand a cluttered media library? You hate it when you can’t find your old home videos or you can’t remember where you’ve downloaded the last episode of your favorite show?
The solution is represented by tinyMediaManager, a Java-based program working across multiple platforms and helping you to put your media in order in no time.
tinyMediaManager is suitable for a wide range of computer users as it features multi OS support (it can run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX), it supports command line arguments (a feature allowing you to call tinyMediaManager functions from other tools), and it downloads the latest available updates automatically.
The program concentrates on three main areas of user needs: movie management, movie set management, and TV show management.
For instance, you can enjoy a better movie watching experience by having access to options like scraping meta data, obtaining trailers and artwork, downloading subtitles from OpenSubtitles.org, editing meta data, extracting media information, and renaming movie files.
Movie set management includes the creation of movie sets, organizing artwork, and assigning movies into the right movie sets. As for TV show management, tinyMediaManager’s import engine is powerful enough to import the file structure of your TV shows without needing your intervention.
It can take a while until you discover all features provided by tinyMediaManager, but eventually you will manage to download movie related materials, filter your media, manually alter metadata, and another handful of useful options when you are a movie and TV show passionate.
With tinyMediaManager, you can keep your movies and other video materials in excellent order and be able to watch them without wasting time on locating your files or looking for subtitles in your web browser.
The only downside would probably be the strain that tinyMediaManager can put on your computer resources, thus affecting its performance.
Printed from: http://www.codecs.com/download/tinymediamanager.htm