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how to use plex with anime

Use HAMA agent with ASS scanner for serialised/Plex Video Files Scanner for movies (seperate library). Setup is kinda shitty (ie. not optimised for the average user), creator doesn't provide very good instructions either, so I wrote some out below:
  • Download the zip file and unzip to %LOCALAPPDATA%\Plex Media Server\Plug-ins. Remove the -master from the folder name.
  • Donwload this and unzip, and copy the contents of the unzipped folder to %LOCALAPPDATA%\Plex Media Server\Plug-In Support/Data/com.plexapp.agents.hama/DataItems. Create locale if needed.
  • Copy this text to this file location: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Plex Media Server\Scanners\Series\Absolute Series Scanner.py. You will need to create this file (and file path). Just create a .txt file and change the extention to .py.
  • Restart plex.
  • Create Anime (TV) library using 'HAMA TV' agent and Abosulte Series Scanner. Personally, I use "The Movie Database" agent for my Anime (Movies) library as AniDB fucks with plex in how it deals with movie metadata by putting multiple movies under the same entry, and I think The Movie Database is a better DB for Anime Movies anyway.

    Other metadata agents for anime include: AMSA and MALA