An overview of EM Media Handler’s Deluge integration options.
This section is about the
addmedia-deluge script, for information on the
addmedia script, visit the Command-line Interface section.
To utilize the
addmedia-deluge script, you must have Deluge’s Execute plugin installed.
The script is designed to be used with the “Torrent Complete” event.
This is the basic set up and usage of the script. However, using this method, it is assumed that your media is using the EM Media Handler Folder Naming Structure. Read on to the Advanced Set-up section for how to automate this by using an additional Deluge plugin.
To set up the event, all you will need the full path to
addmedia-deluge script, which can be found by entering the following from the command-line:
Which should print something similar to
/usr/local/bin/addmedia-deluge. Copy and paste this path value into the “Command” text box when adding a new “Torrent Complete” event, save it, and you’re done!
The LabelsPlus plugin for Deluge is a great companion to the
The recommended setup:
- Create a label for each media types you intend to use, e.g. “TV”, “Movies”, etc.
- Under the “Label Defaults” settings set the following:
- Enable the “Enable download settings” option
- Set “Move Completed” to “Label based sub-folder”
You can stop here and manually set each newly added torrent’s label, or you can continue on and use the plugin’s “Autolabel” settings to create regular expressions that match the various media types and automatically apply labels.
EM Media Handler’s Deluge integration requires that your media download paths follow a certain naming structure so that the correct media type can be detected for processing. The structure is:
/path/to/<media type>/<downloaded media>
Currently accepted media type values and their case-insensitive variations are:
|TV||TV, TV Shows, Television|