COMIC How do you organize your anime?

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  1. Schecter1277

    Schecter1277 hi

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    I'm sure we all have our systems. Recently my laundry list of what I have watched was deleted FFUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

    I use notepad and classify everything into lists. I don't have enough memory to keep everything I download. So, I have to have a system to do it.

     
  2. Deadhead9150

    Deadhead9150 Banned

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    I have a hdd full of anime and each series has it's own folder where the episodes are numbered (and named) and they go in there. When I finish watching an episode I drag it off my primary hard drive, name the file what I want it to be, and then delete it off my primary.
     
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    This.

    Though for me I leave everything in the torrent folder till I watch it, then move it to the archive folder (different HDD). Then when I'm done watching the series, I put it into the "Completed" folder.
     
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    all completed shows are burned onto dvds
    even if they dont fit into one the extras still get their own
     
  5. Grifter

    Grifter Silver Member

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    each series/world/universe in its parent folder followed by sub folders with original file/folder names on my pc
    if i want to i archive on external hdd but keep folders and just delete files

    eg:
    Eureka Seven
    -[Nanashi]_Eureka_seveN
    -Nipponsei Eureka Seven OST
    Full Metal Alchemist
    -[Anbu_Keep]_FMA_1-51
    -[KAA]_FMA_Conquerer_of_Shambala
    -[ShinsenSubs]_FMA_Brotherhood

    etc
     
  6. Grifter

    Grifter Silver Member

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    let me warn you now i was doing that and getting a tb+ hdd is so much easier and cost effective
    now i have ~60 dvdrs of anime files that i have no use for
     
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    Alphabetically by title, within folder by season. I delete rip group tags from the filenames.
     
  8. striderex

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    i only store shows i would even consider rewatching
    all others are deleted after the series is completed after i judge it after i finished watching it
     
  9. .M.

    .M. But Michael, I'm a magici..... I see what you did

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    this
     
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    .M. But Michael, I'm a magici..... I see what you did

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    although with shippuuden, I just delete the episode I have already seen when there are two more current episodes out.
     
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    Cdiesel OT Supporter

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    u liked dragonball gt?
     
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    i need to delete some naruto :o
     
  13. Original Sin

    Original Sin I'm so hood.

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    Separate drive for anime, divided into 3 directories: Finished, In Progress, and Need to Watch. Within each dir would be a folder for an individual series (FMA, 07 Ghost, etc.) , inside that it's broken down by season, eps inside renamed <sub group><Series titles><ep #>.
     
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    werd

    I have kept:

    Darker Than Black, Macross Frontier, Code Geass 1&2, and Hajime No Ippo.
    Samurai Champloo may be a keeper :naughty:
     
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    used to archive everything onto DVD's. had over 300 DVD's :o i don't watch as much anymore, so I just keep em on my harddrive
     
  16. blackrat

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    this. I don't really bother deleting stuff since I only d/l 2 or 3 episodes before deciding whether to continue or drop it.
     
  17. gthesob

    gthesob the fun machine took a shit and died OT Supporter

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    I burn (if it's worth keeping) and then delete after they're watched. Trouble is I tend to download faster than I can watch or drops shows before I finish them because they don't hold my attention and the unfinished portions just sit on the computers.
     
  18. Hamsterz!

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    you should make a myanimelist.net account, im sure it'd beat using a notepad to catalog what you have watched/ rated
     
  19. Schecter1277

    Schecter1277 hi

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    If you don't like GT then you're unamerican.
     
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    :rofl: db>dbgt
     
  21. Soren

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    I vote on it at anidb and store my list. That way I know what I watched, how I rated it and which sub group to go to if I ever want to rewatch it. I've only rewatched 1 or 2 animes so storing it is retarded.
     
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    Same system dawg, same system.
     
  23. striderex

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    why is there even a thread about this
     
  24. Schecter1277

    Schecter1277 hi

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    Why not?
     
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    Hrm, maybe i should start using a system instead of watching the same episode of an anime 3 times in a row on 3 seperate days.
     

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