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Don't forget about "hellavcr" the tv downloader

Postby guckpup » January 15th, 2010, 10:46 am

Despite the name (it began with hella - as many of us did) it has sabnzbd support incl latest API key support.

Works like a dream and looks mucho sexy:

http://code.google.com/p/hellavcr/

Requires:
- sabnzbd (or hellanzb)
- newzbin account
- php/webserver

Benefits over using straight up newzbin RSS files:
- it knows (from tvrage or thetvdb integration) what episodes are coming next and only looks for those (if you set it up that way)
- pretty interface with show posters and 'schedule' info / status of upcoming shows/episodes
- won't download same episode twice, not just 'same exact nzb' - better than sabnzbd+, right?

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Re: Don't forget about "hellavcr" the tv downloader

Postby guckpup » January 15th, 2010, 10:52 am

guckpup wrote:Despite the name (it began with hella - as many of us did) it has sabnzbd support incl latest API key support.


D'oh - http://forums.sabnzbd.org/index.php?topic=1462.0 - I swear I searched before I posted... odd. Still, don't see it in the official list so...
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby tobiasthecommie » March 14th, 2010, 12:44 pm

Just wanted to add this here as well.

I've updatesd the sabnzbd_client.py script to work with version 0.5.0
http://forums.sabnzbd.org/index.php?topic=3906.0

Since not everyone knows what the above script is, i'm going to quote myself here. Just so people have al lhe information in this one thread.

tobiasthecommie wrote:Ok, here is version 0.3

Changes since version 0.2
- added priority support
- added rename support
- added remove support
- added pathget support
- added move support. (move items in download queue)
- added postproccessing support
- added queuecompleted support <- NOT TESTED

sabnzbd_client.py is a python script that gives access to sabnzbd+ through a terminal.

Setup:
create a file called ".nzbrc" in your home directory with the following content:
------
[server]
host = localhost
port = 8080
username =
password =
apikey = General on the webinterface>
------

Install:
move sabnzbd_client.py to a place in PATH
make sabnzbd_client.py executable

Usage:
Run sabnzbd_client.py with no arguments to get a help screen:
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~ $ sabnzbd_client.py
sabnzbd_client.py

Compatible with SABnzbd+: 0.5.0

Commands:
        pause
        resume
        shutdown
        restart
        version
        queue
        warnings
        move [id] [new position]
        history [delete]
        newapikey [confirm]
        speedlimit [value]
        newzbin
        addurl
        pathget
        rename [id] [newname]
        remove [id]
        priority [id] [value]-1 = Low, 0 = Normal, 1 = High, 2 = Force
        postprocessing [id] [value] 0 = Skip, 1 = Repair, 2 = Unpack, 3 = Delete
        queuecompleted - implemented, not confirmed

Environment variables:
        SABCLICFG=~/.nzbrc (default)
----

If there are any questions, bug reports, or feature requests, just reply to this thread and i will get an email.


The last line doesn't refer to this thread, but to the one i quoted from, of course.
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http://code.google.com/p/sabcli/
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby tobiasthecommie » April 4th, 2010, 6:22 pm

Third post in a row here.

I have rereleased the script as SABcli on

http://code.google.com/p/sabcli/

The version is currenlty at 0.5-4 and besides for "Categories" the entire API should be implemented.

Colour support is on the roadmap
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http://code.google.com/p/sabcli/
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby tobiasthecommie » April 30th, 2010, 3:26 pm

My client now also has a Curses version that is as feature complete as the CLI version.

That is, everything but "Categories" should work.

http://code.google.com/p/sabcli/

Update: The curses client is no longer in Beta, and has an entirely new interface.
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby mmenzie » May 26th, 2010, 3:59 pm

eXisTa wrote:WHS Add-in is still alive, as in downloadable.

New link:  http://haahr.info/SABnzbd_Manager.msi (might be an update, uploaded at 16-12-2009)


the above link does not work. i would love to have the addin for Windows Home Server. is it being hosted elsewhere??? i have seen older addins for WHS but they are bundled with a 0.4 release of SABNZBD. is there an addin with the latest version
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby Heimiko » September 22nd, 2010, 10:27 am

made a GUI myself.
maybe its worthy of adding it to the list.
It's not quite done just yet.

here's a link:

http://forums.sabnzbd.org/index.php?topic=5116.0
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby fanniecat » November 8th, 2010, 7:21 am

switch wrote:Here is an up to date list of Unofficial Third party applications that support SABnzbd.


I think the list should include the Chrome extension SABConnect++ (it's mentioned on the sabnzbd homepage but should probably be listed here, too, for those who may have skimmed past it somehow).

I also think MyEp2NzbMatrix (MyEpisodes to NzbMatrix Synchroniser) is worth putting on this list.  It let's you use MyEpisodes (a very thorough free TV database where you simply click on a show title to add it) to auto-send new show nzbs to sab (from nzbmatrix) if you have a way of scheduling it to run (Task Scheduler would work in windows) every so often.  It also seeks out missed episodes/seasons.  It's a couple weeks old, but works as described and intended, at least for me.

These are now the two most useful "usenet" apps for me (besides sabnzbd, of course), so I think they are worth adding to this list.
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Music nzb downloader

Postby PermaNoob » December 16th, 2010, 12:07 pm

This seems as good as any place to put this. Has anyone thought of a couchpotato/sickbeard app that focuses on music? Just throwing this idea out there, since I really want such an app. :D
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby gyre » December 18th, 2010, 4:45 am

lol, that's funny.  I was just browsing this topic to look for such an addon :)

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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby YMnv75xo » March 26th, 2011, 7:11 am

Any recommendations for a Linux or crossplatform music downloader/manager along the lines of Sickbeard and CouchPotato?
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby akuiraz » April 14th, 2011, 5:25 am

YMnv75xo wrote:Any recommendations for a Linux or crossplatform music downloader/manager along the lines of Sickbeard and CouchPotato?


Sick-Beard / CouchPotato are certainly the best choices ATM, for performance and usability... i just use EventGhost (you could also use a .vbs script) to launch a bat file for executing the python command to start each and set it to be hidden.  Use MediaFrontpage ( https://github.com/nick8888/mediafrontpage ) to tie it all together and have a nice website to display everything as well as link to all my services. 
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby Caffeine » May 17th, 2011, 7:08 am

Can someone please add my Google Chrome extension SABdrop to the list?

SABdrop permits sending links of NZB files to a SABnzbd instance immediately. It adds a "Send to" option to the context menu of weblinks.

Additionally it scans websites for linked NZB files and - when files are found - adds a page action to the address bar of Chrome that offers transmission of those files to SABnzbd.

Thanks!
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby Zumron » August 16th, 2012, 4:08 pm

Zumron - The usenet Dashboard

A php based project more info over the projects can be found on one of the urls below

http://forums.sabnzbd.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=11466
http://www.zumron.net
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Re: List of Third-Party Addons

Postby zacbarton » October 6th, 2012, 7:02 pm

I've created a gnome-shell extension to control and monitor sabnzbd. Can this be added to the list on the first page?

https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/497/sabnzbd/
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