If I may make a suggestion:
Please consider taking advantage of Drag & Drop. If I drop a video file and two subtitle files with the same name but with extension .srt or ISO-639-2+ srt (movie.srt or movie.en.srt or movie.sp.srt, etc.) then I want to mash them together.
If I drop twenty movie files, 32 subtitles (some of them are different languages for the same movie) and a couple of MP3 (with the same name as one or two of the movie files) then I want to mash them together.
If I have a movie opened I should be able to drop a subtitle on top of the list to be added to the movie file.
This is exactly in the middle between CLI script support and single-file manual use. And it's the perfect stepping stone to optimizing your workflow without overcomplicating things learning to use the terminal if you don't want to. It's also the most intuitive thing to do
Do you plan on completely replacing AtomicParsley for M4V's? I wouldn't mind (as long as it's possible in the CLI).
My current AtomicParsley command is:
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./AtomicParsley "$NEWFILE" --DeepScan iPod-uuid 1200 --overWrite --stik "TV Show" --title "$EPISODETITLE" --TVShowName "$TVSHOW" --TVEpisode "$EPISODE" --TVSeasonNum "$SEASON" --TVEpisodeNum "$EPID" --comment "Converted and Tagged for iPod by Eduo"
And that's then followed by MP4Box converting a srt to ttxt, importing it, and then using sed (as I can't make sbtlpatch compile and run on my mac http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=145192
) to convert the atom.
It's less than ideal, to say the least.