manually build a list of movie files to be processed.
generate the Moviesheets from the list interactively or in auto mode.
options to create a Thumbgen TGMD file for each movie.
ability to edit Moviesheets and Thumbnails from a TGMD file.
option to ‘Test' changes to Moviesheets and Thumbnails from a TGMD file without committing the changes.
ability to manually add more Covers and Fanarts while editing a Moviesheet.
uses the data from the TGMD file by default, otherwise gets data from TheMovieDB.org, and optionally IMDB.com or Moviemeter.nl (at this stage).
generates TV series/episode sheets using resources from thetvdb.com
Install Sheetmaker on ubuntu
Preparing your system
Open the terminal and run the following commands
sudo apt-get install libimdb-film-perl libxml-bare-perl libxmltokeparser-perl perlmagick libfile-finder-perl libimage-exiftool-perl
Now you need to create following folder
Download sheetmaker from here
After download extract the file
You can check required perl modules using the following command
The above command might give you XML::RPC module missing so you can install using the following command
sudo perl -MCPAN -e ‘install XML::RPC'
Press enter for ALL questions asked -- except for the last -- "URL of the CPAN mirror". Enter the value http://www.cpan.org
mediainfo needs to be installed. You install this by:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:shiki/mediainfo
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mediainfo
now check that starting the application works --
Create desktop launcher
create a text file call sheetlaunch.sh with the following contents:
change the permissions so that is launches
chmod +x sheetlaunch.sh
now right click the desktop and create a launcher with the command line
Click on the default icon and navigate to the sheetmaker folder to use the correct icon.
N.B. change homefolder for your home folder name
if you now move the launcher to the folder .local/share/applications then nattys' Dash will pick it up in its search.