FileBot is the ultimate tool for organizing and renaming your movies, tv shows or anime, and music well as downloading subtitles and artwork. It's smart and just works.
FileBot makes organizing your movies and TV shows a breeze! We'll automatically match your files with information from various online databases. How you want your media files to be named and organized is completely up to you. Our groovy format engine supports pretty much anything!
- Drag movie or episode files into the "Original Files" list area
- Right-click "New Names" list area and select your preferred datasource
- Hit "Rename"!
Fetching subtitles is just as easy, just drop it in! Besides automatic lookup you'll also be able to manually search and download subtitles, preview subtitles and fix encoding problems (e.g. force UTF-8).
- Drag your movie or episode files onto the top-right drop area
- Hit "Download"!
Use FileBot from the command-line! There is a simple CLI for core tasks like renaming media files and fetching subtitles as well as checking or creating SFV files. On top of that you can use our scripting engine to define more complex automated processing. There's already shared scripts for various tasks that you can just run right away or further customize to your needs.
- Watch media folders and organize new files automatically
- Extract files from multi-volume rar archives
- Fetch artwork and create nfo files for TV shows or movies
- Export your media files including media info as CSV text file
- Transfer files from and to any server via FTP/SCP/SFTP and run commands via SSH
- Update your XBMC or Plex library and MyEpisodes.com account ... and more!
Setting up a fully automated media center – extract archives, organize tv shows and movies, download subtitles, fetch artwork and metadata, update XBMC – with FileBot it's that easy!
- A simple user-interface tuned for drag-n-drop (no need to bother with file dialogs)
- Platform-independent and straight-forward application deployment
- Powerful and full-featured cmdline interface and scripting interface for any kind of automation
- Fetch episode info from TVRage, AniDB, TheTVDB or Serienjunkies
- Accurate and robust and simply awesome file / episode matching logic
- Series / Anime / Movie name auto-detection
- Powerful and highly customizable episode naming scheme
- Supports language preferences for series and episode titles
- Supports movie identification and renaming via OpenSubtitles, IMDb or TheMovieDB
- Reverse rename files using internal history or the original torrent file
- OpenSubtitles, Subscene and Sublight
- Advanced matching logic of files and subtitles
- Find exact subtitles on OpenSubtitles
- Find linked subtitles on Sublight
- Integrated subtitle viewer for srt, ass and sub files
- Transcode any subtitle as UTF-8 encoded srt
- Aware of checksums that are embedded in the filename
common in anime releases
- Directly compare two or more directory trees
- Auto-lookup of any existing file verification
- Ubuntu App is available in the Ubuntu Software Center
- Mac OS X app bundle: FileBot_3.6.app (29MB)
- Windows installer: FileBot_3.6_x86 or FileBot_3.6_x64 (28MB)
- Debian packages: filebot_3.6_i386.deb or filebot_3.6_amd64.deb (26MB)
- Embedded Linux packages: filebot_3.6_arm.ipk or filebot_3.6_i686.ipk (27MB)
- Portable: FileBot-3.6-portable.zip (24MB)
- Executable Jar: FileBot_3.6.jar (26MB) for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, BSD and Solaris
- This package does not include the MediaInfo and 7-Zip native libraries. 32-bit JRE requires 32-bit native libs
- Chocolatey Windows package is available via Chocolatey
- Arch Linux package is available via AUR
- Synology NAS package is available from MissileHugger