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TRaSH Guides, Guides that aren't trash.

Here you will find Guides mainly for Sonarr/Radarr/Bazarr and everything related to it.

How this all started

When starting to use Sonarr/Radarr I noticed it didn't get exactly the release I actually wanted being I'm a bit picky about what release & quality I prefer.

So I decided to fine tune it to try to get the releases & quality I preferred, On discord I also noticed that others run in to the same issue so I explained them how I managed to get it solved. Being I had to explain it often I decided to write it down and make it public so I could easily link it to someone when they needed it. After a while I also decided to create guides for often asked questions on discord, and started to collect all kind of information gathered from different sources. The guides I make I try to make them as easy as possible for everyone to understand, in my opinion pictures explain often more then just some text.


Support

Discord chat

If you have questions, suggestions, requests or want to contribute, Click the chat badge to join the Discord Channel where you can ask your questions directly or use the following link to open a issue on GitHub. Feel free to create a PR if you want to.


DISCLAIMER

The information I use for the guides is information I gathered from different sources like their support forum, Reddit or Discord, Provided by user input or from the develop team it self. Most things I tested myself and tried to see if I could tune them a bit more to my needs and sometimes even for others.

Everything here you use on your own risk I won't be hold responsible if something happens to your collection!


Special Thanks

  • iXNyNe aka nemchik for introducing me in the world of dockers with DockSTARTer, and helping me to learn the basics for it.
  • Roxedus for helping me with the transfer/convert of my github guides to mkdocs and make everything look great.
  • rg9400 for the providing most of the Radarr v3 Custom Format Collection.
  • Everyone who contributed to this project in anyway possible.

Last update: 2021-04-11