I use Linux KNOPPIX (distro 7.0.2, ver 3.3.7).
I download videos of TV programs from the 60s and 70s (mainly from YouTube). I
copy the YouTube URL then paste it into
www.keepvid.com to download it (usually
Having now got dozens of such video files (and growing) on my hard drive, I'd like to organise them. What I'd like to do is:
Say I find a new video, and I'm about to download it. It's possible that I've watched it before but have forgotten.
I'd like to be able to check whether I've already watched the video that I'm about to download.
At the moment, once I've watched a video on my hard drive, I move the file to another directory called "Watched". But this of course doesn't alert me in the immediate way that I want.
It would crudely suffice, if I knew after I've downloaded the vid, if I've already watched it (i.e. if the file already exists in my "Watched" directory, or perhaps in a "watched" list).
I sometimes alter the filename of the original video file on hard drive, so this might spoil a filename comparison.