Bazarr is a companion application to Sonarr and Radarr. It manages and downloads subtitles based on your requirements. You define your preferences by TV show or movie and Bazarr takes care of everything for you.
Installing Bazarr is easy. Simply issue the following command from SSH:
sudo box install bazarr
This command will configure bazarr for the main user.
How to Access
Once setup, bazarr will be available at the link
The systemd script for bazarr can be found at
By default, bazarr can only be configured for use with a single user with swizzin.
sudo systemctl start bazarr
sudo systemctl stop bazarr
sudo systemctl restart bazarr
sudo systemctl enable bazarr
sudo systemctl disable bazarr
You'll need to do a bit of configuration to setup Bazarr with your subtitle providers; however, if you installed Sonarr and/or Radarr prior to installing Bazarr, we've done our best to streamline the configuration process by pre-configuring the connections to these apps for you.
If you've already got Sonarr or Radarr installed, you'll skip the setup wizard. Nifty!
You'll still need to setup your subtitles provider. Go to
Settings > Subtitles. Select a provider, enter your credentials. Scroll down the page to
Subtitle Languages and add your preferred languages. Click Save. Bazarr should now be ready to go!
If you haven't installed Sonarr or Radarr yet, you'll be greeted by a setup wizard. You shouldn't need to edit any details on the
General page; however, if the
URL Base field is empty, make sure you enter:
/bazarr/ (note the leading and trailing slashes). Click
Subtitles page, choose a provider and set at least one language. You won't be able to proceed with the wizard until you've set these basics.
Connect to *darr apps
If Sonarr or Radarr weren't setup when you installed, you can still manually configure the connection to these apps. To add a media client, go to
Settings > Sonarr or
Settings > Radarr.
Port: <sonarr port>
Base URL: /sonarr
API Key: <sonarr API>
Port: <radarr port>
Base URL: /radarr
API Key: <radarr API>
Forgot your API key or port? No worries, here are one-liners you can submit from SSH:
cat ~/.config/NzbDrone/config.xml | grep -e \<Api -e \<Port
cat ~/.config/Radarr/config.xml | grep -e \<Api -e \<Port
If you need further help, please refer to the Bazarr Wiki.