A command line tool to rename media files based on titles from IMDb. Written in Rust.
🍿 Organising and bulk renaming media library made easy with Python and imDB (Essential for XBMCs, Plex etc.)
Web GUI for youtube-dl with playlist support. Allows you to download videos from YouTube and dozens of other sites.
Unfortunately, you need to use node.js to compile the webshit.
An addon for Kodi that allows streaming from Invidious instances and not Youtube (which barely works).
mnamer (media renamer) is an intelligent and highly configurable media organization utility. It parses media filenames for metadata, searches the web to fill in the blanks, and then renames and moves them.
Github repository for the denizens of the Kodi Nerds (https://www.kodinerds.net/) forum. Lots of third-party plugins can be found here.
Utilize the kodi API and Python library for controlling the KODI open source media center with Mycroft.ai. The control is mostly geared towards videos/movies but is capable of handling cursor navigation as well. The Kodi Skill uses conversational dialog to help you to control your KODI instance more naturally.
I think that, by analyzing this source code, I can figure out how to get my Kodibot to do what I want.
A complete Python client for the Kodi JSON-RPC API. Supposedly self-configuring so it always uses the stable version for the Kodi box you're contacting. Does all the heavy lifting for you. Even self-documenting: By print'ing your connection instance you can get a list of all of the operations you can carry out.
I think I could use this to make the Kodi bot self-configuring to a certain extent by checking to see what functions were available and adding or removing them from the bot's online docs, as well as frobbing flags to allow or disallow those commands.
Supports password authentication to Kodi instances, too.
Personal media server. Kind of like Kodi, but you can use platform specific clients to access your media, just like you can from the television. Streams media as necessary. There's even an HTML5 client so you can use your web browser instead of an app or client. You can use Kodi as a client, too.
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