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Webapp for quick or automatic media sorting and integration with the Deluge torrent client.
|--server||deluge rpc uri||deluge://username:password@host:port|
|--port||8081||http port to listen on|
Mediasort has several options to tune how it sorts your media.
--library should be set to your media library’s path. The media library must contain top level directories for
each show, appropriately name. The name of the directory will be used to determine what show to put in it. In each show
directory, there should be season dirs (such as “Season 6” or “2019”) within which the actual media files are placed.
--pathmap can be set to translate paths when sorting files. This would be needed if your torrent client has
a different view of the filesystem than
mediasort does, e.g. if they’re running in docker containers. Consider these
The first is the destination path in your media library as seen by mediasort. The second is the path Deluge sees.
/data/torrents/:/media/storage/torrents/ gives mediasort the info it needs to resolve these
paths - it translates the Deluge path by simply replacing the prefix obtained from the left half of the
--ui-movedests provides a list of pre-filled destinations that Deluge may move files to after they’re sorted.
These paths are passed directly to deluge and should be pathed from that perspective.