Would you like help? I'm an automation specialist by day, so certainly used to performing bulk operations and imports etc. I'm just not entirely sure what the best inputs are - in terms of data and format.
So far, I've looked at the OS API Wrapper (https://github.com/vankasteelj/opensubtitles-api
) and considered purchasing enough credit on http://www.omdbapi.com/
in order to get IMDB id's for all movies with recognizable folder names (I'd probably just save the entire JSON response to the subtitles folder as a start). I made a few programmatic calls from a Node.js script but unfortunately I need an API key and the process seemed quite manual to get one - so that's why I decided to post here to decide if my efforts would be in vein or not.
Apart from a whole bunch of nefarious file types (201 file extensions!), the only major problem is some folders contain files with names like this:
None of these files contain any information on the movie title, and no index file came with the collection. I'm trying my best to hunt down an index. You may be able to determine the name of the movie by calculating a hash, but that would mean you've already got the subtitles anyway?
Shooter lives on now at this address: http://assrt.net/
- which may be of some help, but they seem to have changed all their ID numbering :-/