FileBot is the ultimate tool for organizing and renaming Movies, TV Shows, Anime or Music. It's smart, highly customizable, and just works. If you're using HTPC software like Plex, Kodi or Emby then FileBot is a must-have utility! FileBot will match your files against TheMovieDB or TheTVDB and then rename (or move / copy / symlink / hardlink) them exactly the way you want it. Anything is possible! If you need help extracting archives en masse or checking SFV / MD5 / SHA1 / SHA256 files then FileBot will get that done too. Getting Started: Organize your media files: 1. Drag media files onto "Original Files" 2. Click "Fetch Data" and select a database 3. Hit "Rename"! Still having trouble? Visit us at www.filebot.net and have a look at the FAQ and Forums. You can report bugs or request help by making a New Topic in the Forums.
What’s new in this version
• Added Edit Format / Edit Match / Edit Name context menu • Added Smart Mode: Attributes matcher (i.e. xattr / exif / id3 / atom) • Use F2 shortcut for Plain File Mode • Use F3 shortcut for Local Xattr Mode • Enable selected post-processing features via Filter ➔ Attributes ➔ Apply • Enhanced Selection Dialog with thumbnails and tooltips • Enhanced Conflict Dialog with detailed explanations • Enhanced manual search to support both search by name and lookup by id • Improved support for mapping episode information between different databases and numbering schemes
- Rename and move hundreds of media files in a matter of seconds
- Accurate and robust Series / Anime / Movie name auto-detection
- Powerful and highly customizable episode naming scheme
Published byPoint Planck Limited
Copyright©2020 Point Planck Limited
Developed byPoint Planck Limited
Approximate size307.92 MB
Age ratingFor ages 3 and over
CategoryUtilities & tools > File managers
This app canAccess all your files, peripheral devices, apps, programs and registry
InstallationGet this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.
This product needs to be installed on your internal hard drive.