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  1. Hi.

    I have a problem.
    My collection of tv-shows (about 18 000 episodes) is a mix of subtitled and non-subtitled episodes.
    I would like to generate a list of all subtitle tracks for all episodes with some kind of a batch script.
    The list could be as simple as "Filename.s01e01.mkv - eng, no, sv" or separate lines for each subtitle if it's easier this way.

    The reason for this is to find subbed versions for everything.

    Is this possible?
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    Try Mediainfo.

    File->Open->Folder.
    Then try change the Custom layout to just filename and subs/text under Preferences->Custom. Click Help for more info.
    Then change to View->Custom.
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  3. You could download a static build of ffprobe.exe and put it in your path

    Then use a batch job like

    Code:
    @echo off
    echo. >> SubTitles.log
    echo %1 >> SubTitles.log
    ffprobe %1 2> temp.txt
    find /I "subtitle" < temp.txt >> SubTitles.log
    and name it FindSub.bat and use it with a command like

    Code:
    for %h in (*.mkv *.mp4 *.avi) do FindSub %h
    (It's not perfect. You need to manual delete SubTitles.log before runing but use it as inspiration)
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  4. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Try Mediainfo.

    File->Open->Folder.
    Then try change the Custom layout to just filename and subs/text under Preferences->Custom. Click Help for more info.
    Then change to View->Custom.
    THANK YOU!

    This should be exactly what I am looking for.

    I created a custom view and it's now in the process of generating info. The program is "Not Responding" but memory usage increases so I hope it will be done in a few hours.
    I did a test with exporting and the best solution seemed to be export as CSV and import in Excel for easy sorting.
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  5. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    You could download a static build of ffprobe.exe and put it in your path

    Then use a batch job like

    Code:
    @echo off
    echo. >> SubTitles.log
    echo %1 >> SubTitles.log
    ffprobe %1 2> temp.txt
    find /I "subtitle" < temp.txt >> SubTitles.log
    and name it FindSub.bat and use it with a command like

    Code:
    for %h in (*.mkv *.mp4 *.avi) do FindSub %h
    (It's not perfect. You need to manual delete SubTitles.log before runing but use it as inspiration)
    I will have to try this one as well.
    Thank you for giving me options
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