Batch Tagging

Batch Tagging allows you to execute a plugin on your choice on a selection of archives.

It's a pretty common occurence: You imported archives without enabling automatic tagging, or you suddenly want to add tags to a lot of archives at once.

Editing tags manually for each file ain't gonna cut it...

Enter Batch Tagging, allowing for laser-focus, one-time operations over large sets of archives.

Batch Tagging interface as of 0.5.6

All your archives are shown in the checklist on the right, with archives with no tags pre-checked for ease of access.

Past that, it's just a matter of selecting a plugin, optionally plugging in special arguments for the run, and going ham on tagging! The arguments available for overriding will depend on the plugin.

As shown in the screenshot, you can only override Global Arguments in Batch Tagging.

One-shot arguments, such as specifying a E-Hentai URL, are only available when editing a single archive through the classic Edit menu.

If you set a timeout value, the batch session will wait the specified time between archives.

Batch Tagging status window

While a batch session runs, you get a live summary of what the server is doing, and can cancel at any time.