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FileBot for Mac

Quickly rename video or music files.

$48.00
In English
Version 4.9.6
5.0
Based on 3 user rates

FileBot overview

FileBot helps you easily and quickly organize and rename movies, TV shows, and music files.

  • Automatic naming. FileBot retrieves file information from various online databases but leaves room for you to manage file naming how you like using groovy expressions.
  • Add subtitles. Manually search for, download, and add subtitles using features built into FileBot.
  • Command-line functionality. FileBot features a simple command-line interface that makes all of FileBot's functionality available from the console or in automated scripts.

What’s new in version 4.9.6

  • Added Open / Reveal / Rename / Move to Trash / Set Attributes context menu
  • Added autofill behaviour to Edit Match and Edit Name
  • Added {sn} season name binding
  • Added {mediaTags} embedded media tags binding
  • Added {certification} and {info.certifications} bindings for TheMovieDB episode information
  • Added Media table to Match Details view
  • Improved Conflict resolution messages
  • Improved support for {plex.id} style file paths
  • Experimental support for TheTVDBv4
  • Enhanced FileDialog implementation on Linux
  • Support for updating the Last-Modified time stamp via --apply touch
  • Support -- stop option parser convention
  • Support Open With menu on macOS
  • Support Apple Silicon
  • Support Java 17
  • Fix FileBot 4.9.5 regression issues (1, 2)

FileBot for Mac

$48.00
In English
Version 4.9.6
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5.0

(5 Reviews of FileBot)

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chris-keller-1
chris-keller-1
Nov 30 2016
4.7.5
5.0
Nov 30 2016
5.0
Version: 4.7.5
No reason to pay as you can use the java version on Mac just fine. Everyone else gets it free so why not Mac too! Just be sure to install Java 8
ben-marko
ben-marko
Dec 10 2015
4.5.6
0.0
Dec 10 2015
0.0
Version: 4.5.6
MetaZ does this much better, it allows greater control over the info and has a better interface. Just my two cents!
biTe-m3
biTe-m3
Jul 5 2015
4.5.6
5.0
Jul 5 2015
5.0
Version: 4.5.6
Highly recommended.

Have personally used this app for a long time. A must have for everyone, from media organising junkies and for those that have no idea where to start.
Panocha
Panocha
Dec 13 2014
4.0
0.0
Dec 13 2014
0.0
Version: 4.0
I've been using Filebot to rename TV series, but I have to keep using VLC to get subtitles. The subtitles feature doesn't really work in this Filebot. It says it uses OpenSubtitles.org, the same that VLC uses, but it won't work without registering a username and password, which makes absolutely no sense, since no registration is required. The VLC plugin can also find by name and hash, so I would really love to see Filebot evolve to be able to do this. It would help getting subtitles in batch instead of one at a time with VLC.
Panocha
Panocha
Oct 6 2014
4.0
0.0
Oct 6 2014
0.0
Version: 4.0
I love this app, but it looks like there is no longer a free Mac version, however there is a portable java version. I took the 4.2 app, and copied in all of the files from the portable version into the app package, and the missing libraries, and I was able to get a working 4.5 version. It's a great app, but sad that there is no longer a free Mac version. It is free on every other platform, but on Mac, they make you buy it from the app store.
chris-keller-1
chris-keller-1
Nov 30 2016
5.0
Nov 30 2016
5.0
Version: null
biTe-m3
biTe-m3
Jul 5 2015
5.0
Jul 5 2015
5.0
Version: null
daichan
daichan
Jul 10 2013
5.0
Jul 10 2013
5.0
Version: null