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pseudomyth 1.0.2

A script with which to determine what order to watch anime episodes in

Latest Version: 1.0.8

# pseudomyth

A script that parses filenames in a folder looking for videos with common release filename structures and plays them back in an appropriately random order.

Requires mplayer.

## Example

$ pip install pseudomyth # requires python 3, so you may need to type pip3 or something

$ ls
[Commie] Persona 4 - 25 [Director's Cut] [BD 720p AAC] [311CA781].mkv
[Commie] Persona 4 - 26 [True Ending] [BD 720p AAC] [0A24880E].mkv
[HorribleSubs] Space Brothers - 19 [720p].mkv
[HorribleSubs] Space Brothers - 20 [720p].mkv
[HorribleSubs] Space Brothers - 21 [720p].mkv
[HorribleSubs] YuruYuri - 04 [720p].mkv
[HorribleSubs] YuruYuri - 05 [720p].mkv
[SGKK-Ruri] Deadman Wonderland - 01 (1280x720 H264 AAC) [666F0275].mkv
[SGKK-Ruri] Deadman Wonderland - 02 (1280x720 H264 AAC) [CD79F07F].mkv

$ pseudomyth
/人◕ ‿‿ ◕人\ LET’S WATCH 10 KEIONS!
Clannad [10] OP ED
Deadman Wonderland [1, 2]
Persona 4 [25, 26]
Space Brothers [19, 20, 21]
YuruYuri [4, 5]

At this stage, if the list of episodes is to your satisfaction, you could hit enter and pseudomyth would start playing back the first present episode of a random series. Shows with more present episodes are more likely to be picked. In the case of (in this example) Clannad, the opening and ending would be played prior to and following the episode selected.

Once playback of an episode is complete, it is moved to a 'consumed' subdirectory of the current working directory and the cycle begins anew. You could, at this point, either ^C out of the script or hit enter to watch another episode. Because watched episodes are moved, you can stop and resume between episodes at will.  
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