A tool for skipping intro and outro for plex.
You should install this from github as this project isnt stable.
pip install -e git+https://github.com/Hellowlol/bw_plex.git#egg=bw_plex
or using a docker
docker pull hellowlol/bw_plex. You may also need to
pip install Pillow.
Note: This tool only works on your local network and use a 64 bit python install.
Usage: bw_plex [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... CLI tool that monitors pms and jumps the client to after the theme. Options: -d, --debug Add debug logging. -u, --username TEXT Your plex username -p, --password TEXT Your plex password -s, --servername TEXT The server you want to monitor. --url TEXT url to the server you want to monitor -t, --token TEXT plex-x-token -c, --config TEXT Not in use atm. -vs, --verify_ssl TEXT Enable this to allow insecure connections to PMS --help Show this message and exit. Commands: add_theme_to_hashtable Create a hashtable from the themes. check_db Do a manual check of the db. create_config Create a config file. export_db Export the db to some other format. ffmpeg_process Simple manual test for ffmpeg_process with... manually_correct_theme Set the correct fingerprint of the show in... match Manual match for a file. process Manual process some/all eps. set_manual_theme_time Set a manual start and end time for a theme. watch Start watching the server for stuff to do.
You can read the help for the subcommands using --help:
bw_plex export_db --help
The most common command is:
bw_plex watch --url "http://....." -t "aaabb" you can skip the url and token flags if you edit the config.ini
The memory usage and especially the CPU can get very high. If you running bw_plex in a docker on a shared server consider adding resource constraints. For simple cpu constraints you can set the niceness with the nice flag
bw_plex --nice nicenesslevel command
bw_plex automatically generates a default configuration file located at
~/.config/bw_plex/config.ini. Most of the entries have notes accompanying them explaining what each one does, and what the options are.
Bw_plex listens for playing events using websocket. We download the first 10 minutes of that episode and/or the theme music from YouTube/tvtunes/Plex.
We then create a audio print from the theme song that we match against the audio of the 10 minutes of the episode. (There’s a backup method that uses audio silence in combination with black frames too).
We then check if this episode has a recap using subtitles and audio where we look for clues like last season, previously on (add you own words in the config), then we download last part of the episode an and indentify the start and end of the outro.
Depending on your settings we will then allow playback until the theme start or just jump straight to intro end if we also should skip recaps.
Since this is a rather slow process we also start processing the next episode so next time you watch the same show we instantly seek the client to the end of the theme.