Do you watch TV Shows with multiple languages and subtitles and wish you could change them for the
entire show, rather than needing to do it for every. single. episode?
Or maybe you aren't sure what the difference is between those 2 English (SRT) and
English (SRT) subtitle files. Then PASTA is for you!
PASTA allows you to connect to your Plex server and view more details about the audio tracks and
subtitles, as well as set the tracks and subtitles
for entire shows, or single episodes very quickly.
How do I use PASTA?
I built PASTA to be as step-by-step as possible and to take you through it, so you should be able to
just close this pop-up and follow along.
There are some things I would like to point out, however:
This works MUCH faster if you are on the same network as the Plex Server.
If you use Unraid, this is now available in the Community Applications.
You can also run this locally yourself. Just download the source code from github (see link above).
When I first began developing this for myself, I was calling it Audio Track Automation for Plex,
so adding "subtitles" to it, and rearranging the letters gave birth to PASTA.
PASTA was born out of a desire, one that I had seen others have as well, but that I had only
seen one other solution for. However, it was in
command line and I wanted something a bit more appealing to look at, and something I could
use from anywhere.
Initially I was only building this for myself but I thought that others might find use for
it as well, so here we are!
PASTA runs entirely client-side. This means that you are not passing anything to someones
server to do this (other than the Plex Server), and it also means I don't
have to worry about standing up a server to do that side of things either :). PASTA runs off
of Github Pages, and I've got a link to my
repository below. Feel free to have a look, download it yourself and use it locally, or make
suggestions. I'm by no means finished with
PASTA - I still have plenty of ideas for how I can add more to it, as well as fix any bugs
that crop up.
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