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* Run the script with no parameters i.e. php mediagrabber.php
 
* Run the script with no parameters i.e. php mediagrabber.php
 
* Add command line parameters as required
 
* Add command line parameters as required
* Download the php code: http://www.datacast.biz/mediagrabber/mediagrabber.phps (select all, copy, and paste to a new text document mediagrabber.php)
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* Download the php code: http://www.datacast.biz/mediagrabber/mediagrabber.phps (select all, copy, and paste to a new text document and rename to mediagrabber.php)
 
* Windows executable: http://www.datacast.biz/mediagrabber/mediagrabber.exe
 
* Windows executable: http://www.datacast.biz/mediagrabber/mediagrabber.exe
* Or use the direct download links: (right-click, save as): http://www.datacast.biz/mediagrabber
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* Or use the direct download links: http://www.datacast.biz/mediagrabber
 
* If necessary run dos2unix or unix2dos on the file
 
* If necessary run dos2unix or unix2dos on the file
  
 
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Revision as of 12:33, 27 May 2007

MediaGrabber grabs cover images and metadata for your media files automagically. Just point it at the directory root of your media items and it will scan all subdirectories and download covers and movie/tv/hddvd/etc. info automatically.

You can use it with ATVFiles, and even other platforms such as Vista Media Center's My Videos.

This script can be run on any platform with a php interpreter (windows, linux, osx, or on the ATV directly).

e.g. php mediagrabber.php c:\temp\mymovies DVD

If you want to contribute via paypal as a way to say thank you, that would be appreciated. :)

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