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Array "FODUPLOADPAST" Parser Anonymous 07/22/2017 (Sat) 14:24:00 No. 391
Since the array will be with us only for the next few days, I thought this may be the only opportunity I have to share this little project of mine for the foreseen future.

The idea of this is very basic, but awesome: Say you don't want to look every single video uploaded on the array individually after typing the "foduploadpast" command, seeking if you have an preview somewhere just to not download the same thing twice, or even if your HD is a complete chaos, and every video is spread on a million different folders. This program adresses both of these problems rather nicely.

This is how it works: After you select a folder where you wants the program do his thing, you just paste the output of the array on it and let it parse for a few seconds; after that, you will be on the screen that I've linked on this post.

If you go where you said you wanted the folder, you will see that now it was the following structure for all the models founded on the output: "your folder/feedee name/00previews". Now everytime you download something, just make sure you put it on the correct folder and voilá! no more chaos.

Talking about the columns on the image more specifically: The first two ones are obvious, the third and fourth references the previews that are on the "00previews" folder I said a few words ago; obviously it will be empty on the first run, but if you fill all of them with the "00previews.zip" images available on the array, it will allow you to preview said video without needing to look on your HD or downloading it, see it sucks, and then deleting it after. There are two columns since the name of the preview isn't always identical to the video (sometimes the preview is in caps, while the video isn't); double-click it to open the OS default image viewer. The last column is the MAB link, basic stuff.

If you already have a video on your folder and it appears on the output, it will be highlighted in green, and if you double-click the MAB link, it will be blue.

That's all folks. I hope this may be util for someone out there. Enjoy it while you can. You will need Java SE 7 working to be able to execute it.

https://mab.to/1vtCaHqWn

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