This guide is based on using CentOS 6 and running Python 2.7.
Firstly, install Python 2.7 onto your server:
yum install -y centos-release-SCL yum install -y python27
Now enable python27 via scl enable (This will launch a new bash session using the more recent Python version) – You will need to do this again if you want to re-run this at a later date.
scl enable python27 bash
Now we will need to update pip setup tools and install the Subliminal Python package which will be doing the Subtitle downloads
pip install --upgrade setuptools pip install subliminal
I will likely revisit this at some stage, but the best way I found to do this was to find all media files on your server (You can add extensions as required) and save these to a text file for use in your download script:
find /your-media/location/ -type f -name "*.mkv" -or -name "*.mp4" > /root/allmedia.txt
We can now tell your server to use new lines as the only break for the for loop and start the download of Subtitles (NOTE: Depending on the amount of files on your server, it may be worth running this command within screen so you can disconnect and leave it running. If you do this – You must run the scl command once more before proceeding):
IFS=$'\n' for i in $(cat /root/allmedia.txt); do subliminal download -l en $i; done