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Downpour

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Downpour was built for Fetch — a Put.io client — to parse TV & Movie information from downloaded files. It can be used on any platform that can run Swift as it only relies on Foundation.

It can gather the following from a raw video file name:

  • TV or movie title
  • Year of release
  • TV season number
  • TV episode number

It can gather the following from an audio file on macOS:

  • Title
  • Creation Date
  • Type
  • Format
  • Copyrights
  • Album
  • Artist
  • Artwork
  • Publisher
  • Creator
  • Subject
  • Summary (AKA Description)
  • Contributer
  • Last Modified Date
  • Language
  • Author

And from Linux (Ubuntu if the libimage-exiftool-perl package is installed):

  • Title
  • Creation Date
  • Type
  • Format
  • Copyrights
  • Album
  • Artist
  • Artwork

NOTE: None of the fields are guaranteed to be there or even picked up, it's kinda hard to extract metadata from file names with only a few clever regexes and audio data from files is difficult to do cross-platform. Please open an issue if you know the data is there, but it's not being picked up. Also, it means everything is Optional and be sure to use guard/if let or nil-coalescing (??) to program safely. :)

Installation

Swift Package Manager:

This supports SPM installation for swift 5.0 by adding the following to your Package.swift dependencies:

.package(url: "https://github.com/Ponyboy47/Downpour.git", from: "0.8.0")

For swift 4.x use 0.7.x For swift 3 use 0.4.x

Usage

Using Downpour is easy. Just create a new instance and it'll do the rest.

let dvd_rip = Downpour(filename: filename)

let title = dvd_rip.title
let year = dvd_rip.year

if downpour.type == .tv {
    let season = dvd_rip.season
    let episode = dvd_rip.episode
}

Common Scenarios:

  • Backing up your dvd/blu-ray collection
    • Designed to work with media ripped using the popular MakeMKV utility
  • Organizing your media files

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Releases

0.5.0 - Nov 16, 2017

Big changes for Swift 4

0.4.4 - May 8, 2017

0.4.3 - Apr 25, 2017

0.4.2 - Apr 25, 2017

0.4.1 - Apr 25, 2017

More improvements to the regexes to pass ALL of the tests