Automating DVD Backup with FairMount, HandBrake and iTunes

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by Blue Velvet, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. Blue Velvet Moderator emeritus

    Jul 4, 2004
    mac.jedi has posted a series of tutorials which I'm sure they hope you'll find useful. :)

    Part 1: Introduction
    Part 2: Using AppleScript to Automate Ripping
    Part 3: Using a Batch Script to Automate HandBrake
    Part 4: TV Show Renamer Droplet
    Part 5: Add to iTunes and Auto-tag Script

  2. mac.jedi macrumors 6502

    Feb 1, 2008
    The O.C.
    ANNOUNCEMENT: Tutorial & Scripts Updated!

    The tutorial instructions and scripts have been updated to make them more plug and play.

    • Scripts have been rewritten to make them much easier to setup. My hope is that most users will not have to modify the scripts at all.
    • Scripts now include defaults that should run on any system. Default locations for files and scripts have been set to the ~/Movies/ directory.
    • BatchRip and BatchEncode Folders are now automatically created in your ~/Movies/ folder.
    • Growl Nofity Code has been moved to a script library that is loaded when called. You can now easily enable it in your batch script's properties.
    • BatchRip now auto-checks if two disks are loaded, no dual-drive setup required.
    • BatchRip now includes an auto-eject yes/no property.
    • BatchRip will now growl the disk name(s) when completed. Great for email notification.
    • shell script has been updated & posted. No additional setup should be needed.
    • BatchEncode now uses HandBrake's Universal preset by default.
    • BatchEncode now includes easier setup for encoding two batch folders at the same time.
    • BatchEncode now has a file type property to easily change output container. Default has been set to .m4v.

    That might be it. Will edit if I think of anything else. Thx.
  3. hadconski macrumors newbie

    Sep 21, 2009
  4. mac.jedi macrumors 6502

    Feb 1, 2008
    The O.C.

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