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ATTENTION: 1.2 release contains several changes, see UpgradeActions!
You can now run FlexGet in daemon mode, and handle scheduling directly in your FlexGet config. Traditional cron scheduling is also supported.
Internal movie queue. Automatic searching. Grab all movies which match predefined imdb and/or rotten tomatoes rules (score, year, etc).
Very comprehensive series support which supports almost everything imaginable. Read more details ...
Grabs download link from supported download pages, utilize search engines. Read more details ...
Content and client agnostic
Not built for any specific client or purpose. Use FlexGet to automate all kinds of content processing.
FlexGet is a multipurpose automation tool for content like torrents, nzbs, podcasts, comics, series, movies, etc. It can use different kinds of sources like RSS-feeds, html pages, csv files, search engines and there are even plugins for sites that do not provide any kind of useful feeds.
There are numerous plugins that allow utilizing FlexGet in interesting ways and more are being added continuously.
FlexGet is extremely useful in conjunction with applications which have watch directory support or provide interface for external utilities like FlexGet.
How easy is it to use?
Easy configuration was a high priority when designing the application. If you have ever used command line based application you should be more than qualified. There is also experimental Web-UI coming along (slowly).
FlexGet uses YAML for configuration. This may be confusing (for new users) at first but don't be scared, FlexGet is equipped with validator that tries to guide you if you make mistakes.
This is a complete, fully functional, configuration file! You don't need anything more complex than this to get started.
tasks: task name: rss: http://example.com/torrents.xml series: - pioneer one - some series download: ~/torrents/series/
This example would download new episodes of pioneer one and some series to ~/series using series plugin.
You can find more configuration examples in The Cookbook.