Scriptable Database-Driven NFO Generator for Movies and TV.
pip install --user nfog
git clone https://github.com/rlaphoenix/nfog
poetry config virtualenvs.in-project true(optional, but recommended)
We use Template’s to define the structure and logic that creates your NFO file. Your Template file may
create NFOs of any kind of encoding or style, including ASCII, ANSI, and such. You don’t have to conform
to any specifications of any kind, but are encouraged to if possible.
To create a Template file, you simply need to inherit the
Template class in
nfog.template, fill out
the various abstract methods/properties, and create an
nfo property that returns a final string.
Take a look at the Example Templates for pre-made examples for various NFO
usage scenarios. You may modify these Templates in any way you like.
Note: While you have complete freedom with what Python code you run from within the template, this also
means you should not immediately trust template file as they are after all still Python files.
Just like Templates, we use Artwork files to define the look and style of the surrounding NFO.
You may also do introspection of the NFO output to merge style within the contents of the NFO as well.
To create an Artwork file, inherit the
Artwork class in
nfog.artwork, fill out any abstract methods
and properties, and create the
with_template function that returns the final string containing both
the NFO output (from
template argument) and the Artwork.
Using Templates and Artwork
To use Templates and Artwork, calling
nfo generate) will ask you for various information, but
one of them is a Template to use. The Templates it makes available to use are loaded from the user templates
directory which can be found by typing
To use an Artwork, specify the name of the Artwork file (case-sensitive) to
Using an Artwork is completely optional.
For more information on using
nfog, see the usage help by calling