Radarr

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    Radarr

    Intro
    Radarr is one of the most recognized programs utilized in order to obtain, maintain, and upgrade a user's movie quality content. Radarr operates in a hasty and efficient manner and provides a high degree of confidence in organizing and renaming files to be recongized both by Plex & Emby. For USENet, Radarr works both with NZBGET & SABNZBD.


    Radarr is a PVR for USENet and BitTorrent users. It can monitor multiple RSS feeds for new movies and will grab, sort and rename them. It can also be configured to automatically upgrade the quality of files already downloaded when a better quality format becomes available.




    Access Information

    ProtocolAddressNotes
    Traefik**radarr:7878Only for Internal App-to-App Communication
    httpsradarr.domain.comTraefik must be Deployed; Remote Servers
    httpdomain.com:7878Poor Security Practice - Stop with PG Port Guard
    httpipv4:7878Ideal Only for Local Servers
    ** Ideal for Apps to communicate between with one another. Click Here for more info!



    Media Management

    Go to "Settings" -> "Media Management", click on "Show Advanced Settings"


    Movie Naming
    • Rename Movies: Yes
    • Replace Illegal Characters: Yes
    • Colon Replacement: Replace with Dash (Your preference)
    • Standard Movie Format: User preference
      EXAMPLE: {Movie Title} ({Release Year}) [{MediaInfo VideoCodec}-{Quality Full} {MediaInfo Audio-}{MediaInfo AudioChannels}]
    • Movie Folder Format: User preference
      EXAMPLE: {Movie Title} ({Release Year})

    Folders
    • Create empty movies folder: Disable
    • Delete empty folders: Disable

    Importing
    • Skip Free Space Check: No
    • Use Hardlinks instead of Copy: Yes/No (Currently not sure what the admin has in mind for this)
    • Import Extra Files: Yes/No (User preference)

    File Management
    • Ignore Deleted Movies: No (can be your preference)
    • Download Propers: Yes (can be your preference)
    • Analyse video files: No
    • Rescan Movie Folder after Refresh: Always
    • Change File Date: None
    • Recycle Bin: blank (Rclone deletes are sent to Gdrive trash folder, anyway)

    Permissions
    • Set Permissions: No

    Save

    Click "Save".



    Indexers

    Go to "Settings" -> "Indexers", Click on the "Plus Button" to add a new Indexer


    Usenet

    NOTE: There are two ways to setup an Indexer. A user can post their indexers here directly, or setup NZBHydra which will sort and attempt to utilize the best nzb to download user connect. NZBHydra is completely optional.

    Adding Indexers - No NZBHydra Usage

    • Click on the "+" "Plus Button" to add a new Indexer
    • Click on Newznab or omgwtfnzbs (if you use it)
    • Name: Your Indexers Name
    • Enable RSS: Yes
    • Enable Automatic Search: Yes
    • Enable Interactive Search: Yes
    • URL: Indexers URL
    • API Path: /api
    • API: Obtained from the Indexers Website
    Adding Indexers - NZBHydra
    • Name: NZBHydra
    • Enable RSS: Yes
    • Enable Automatic Search: Yes
    • Enable Interactive Search: Yes
    • URL: http://nzbhydra:5076
    • API Path: /api
    • API: Obtained from NZBHydra

    Torrent

    NOTE: You can set up Radarr to use all of the indexers set up in Jackett or just a specific one

    Setting up Jackett - Using all Indexers

    • Paste in the following URL: http://jackett:9117/torznab/all/api
    • Paste in your Jackett "API key"
    • Click on"Save"
    Setting up Jackett - For a Specific Indexer

    • Visit the Jackett Wiki to obtain the URL & API for the indexer you with to use within Jackett.
    • Paste in the URL, but once your done; change the address to match http://jackett:9117
    • Paste in your "API key"
    • Click on "Save"



    Download Clients

    Go to "Settings" -> "Download Clients", Click on the "Plus Button" to add a new Client


    Usenet

    NOTE: It is recommend to have NZBGET or SABNZBD deployed before moving on to ensure that connection is working when teseting.




    Setting up NZBGet

    Prior to setting up, ensurue to have NZBGET deployed first!
    • Name: nzbget
    • Host: nzbget (not localhost or the ip address)
    • Port: 6789
    • Put the username and password of NZBGET (if one was set)
    • API Key: Obtained from nzbget
    • Category: movies (all lowercase)
    • Recent Priority: High (User Preference)
    • Old Priority: Normal (User Preference)
    • "Test" the connection
    • Click on "Save"
    Setting up SABnzbd

    Prior to setting up, ensurue to have SABNZBD deployed first!

    • Name: sabnzbd
    • Host: sabnzbd (not localhost or the ip address)
    • Port: 8080
    • Put the username and password of sabnzbd (if one was set)
    • API Key: Obtained from sabnzbd
    • Category: movies (all lowercase)
    • Recent Priority: High (User Preference)
    • Old Priority: Normal (User Preference)
    • "Test" the connection
    • Click on "Save"


    Torrent

    NOTE: It is recommended to have your torrent client deployed prior to configuration!

    Setting up RuTorrent
    • Name: rutorrent
    • Enable: Yes
    • Host: rutorrent
    • Port: 80
    • Url Path: RPC2
    • Username & Password: Add if one applies
    • Category: movies
    • Recent Priority: High (User Preference)
    • Older Priority: Normal (User Preference)


    Setting up qbittorrent
    • Name: qbittorrent
    • Enable: Yes
    • Host: qbittorrent
    • Port: 8080
    • Username & Password: Add if one applies
    • Category: movies
    • Recent Priority: High (User Preference)
    • Older Priority: Normal (User Preference)

    Setting up Deluge
    • Name: Deluge
    • Enable: Yes
    • Host: Deluge
    • Port: 8112
    • Username & Password: Add if one applies
    • Category: movies
    • Recent Priority: High (User Preference)
    • Older Priority: Normal (User Preference)

    Completed Download Handling
    • Enable: Yes
    • Remove: Yes (Your Preference)

    Failed Download Handling
    • Redownload: Yes
    • Remove: Yes (User Preference)







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