Crunchyroll automation with .bat script?
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Posted 4/21/17 , edited 4/22/17
Hi guys,
I was recently at a con (Sakuracon) and there they had 4 "Theaters" where they were streaming anime form what seemed to be crunchyroll, but the were not in Chrome or anything, it was something custom. I got to peek at one of the monitors and it had Windows Command Prompt open and it was opening anime, playing them, closing them, then waiting until it was time to start another with some sort of automation presumably with something like a .bat script.

Is this something that is publicly available, or something that is just limited to events and partners?? It would be cool to play with, I would not do any public showings with it (not that I would have anybody to show it to if I wanted to) but it would be cool to be able to mess around with anime streaming automation with (presumably) simple scripts.

I dont have the simplest of home theater setups, I run a projector with 5.1 surround sound out of my server rack streaming off of a computer in the full sized 48U rack. A lot of what I watch is streamed off my 38TB NAS in the rack, but I do watch a lot of crunchyroll and stuff too. My network is nothing like a "home network" and shares more similarities to a medium sized office network, and if you cant tell from that I don't hold back on stuff because it is a little complicated and I like messing around to see what I can do. It would be cool to be able to push a script to my streaming computer and have it just pop up the shows in real time.
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