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MyList export is a tool you can use to save your MyList for off-line browsing. In your MyList there is a link to the MyList export page, where you can request to have your MyList exported, check on the status of your latest export, you can see examples of all the different templates that you can use and get your latest finished export.

Note It takes some time for the export to finish. It depends a lot on the current server load, and if the load is unusually high, it could take as long as a day before it is finished.

You will get a message through the web interface when the export is done.

Templates

There are various templates you can use for your MyList - depending on which you choose, the resulting file(s) will look very different. There are templates with varying functions, design, complexity and information. Depending on what you want from your MyList, you could choose different ones. We also encourage you to create your own template.

csv-adborg

© 2009-2011 by etele
Version: 0.06 (?)

A csv myexport list to import it into adborg UDP client.

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csv-minimal

© 2003 by EXP
Version: 0.01 (?)

Very simple csv export template. This can be used to import a short summary of your MyList (only anime titles are listed, no ep or file info) into any program which can handle csv files.

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html-anidbstyle

© 2004 by fahrenheit [fahrenheit@netcabo.pt]
Version: 2.3b (11.10.2005)

Required Images:
http://static.anidb.net/files/html-anidbstyle/images.zip

aniDBStyle HTML theme:

  • Based mostly on the AniDB MyList layout and dynamics, but with some custom additions/layout changes ^_^.
  • Show/Hide anime on MyList by state (undefined, unknown, on HDD, on CD, deleted, and has awards) and by status (complete, incomplete, watched and unviewed).
  • Pop-ups with File Information and Episode Information for each file/episode.
  • Has an internal "Search page" and an "Trade page" (disabled by default).
  • Includes basic support for printing.
  • Includes support for wish list (see change log for notes).
  • Link to AniDB, AnimeNfo and Anime Planet for more info on selected files/episodes/anime.
  • Uses all information available to exports, including Awards, Temporary Votes and Jap/Eng Titles.
  • Uses local images to reduce server-side load on AniDB servers.
  • Anime pages offer different levels of information: simple and expanded (click on the [+]/[-] icons to expand collapse info).
  • Uses JavaScript (intensively), CSS stylesheets (light) and cookies (optional but recommended).
  • Tested and working with: IE 6.0, Firefox PR1, Opera 7.6p1.

Support, Feature Requests, Bug Reports? (old forum)

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html-cleancut

© 2004 by fahrenheit [fahrenheit@netcabo.pt]
Version: 1.3b (11.10.2005)

Required Images:
http://static.anidb.net/files/html-cleancut/images.zip

cleancut HTML theme:

  • Light themed template, uses a Single Page Layout scheme to display information.
  • Filter anime on MyList by state (undefined, unknown, on HDD, on CD, deleted and has awards), status (complete, incomplete, watched and unviewed), type (TV, OVA, etc.) and by Genre.
  • Pop-ups with File Information and Episode Information for each file/episode.
  • Has an internal "Search page" and an "Trade page" (disabled by default).
  • Includes basic support for printing.
  • Includes support for wish list (see change log for notes).
  • Link to AniDB, AnimeNfo and Anime Planet for more info on selected files/episodes/anime.
  • Uses all information available to exports, including Awards, Temporary Votes and Jap/Eng Titles.
  • Uses local images to reduce server-side load on AniDB servers.
  • Anime pages offer different levels of information: simple and expanded (click on the [+]/[-] icons to expand collapse info).
  • Uses JavaScript (intensively), CSS stylesheets (light) and cookies (optional but recommended).
  • Tested and working with: IE 6.0, Firefox PR1, Opera 7.6p1.
Note Requires Netscape 6.0+, IE 4.0+, Opera 5.11+.

Support, Feature Requests, Bug Reports? (old forum)

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html-dump

© 2004 by i.hate.registering
Version: 0.01 (?)

Very simple html export template. It basically just gives you one big file dump ordered by anime.

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html-fixme

© 2003 by EXP
Version: 0.000.001prealpha (430 bc)

Extreme ugly debugging theme, just meant to show people how it should not be done (@design) :P

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html-fstyle

(C) 2007 by fahrenheit [alka.setzer@gmail.com]
version svn0.9.8 (31.12.2007):

Note THIS TEMPLATE IS NOT YET COMPLETE, BASIC FUNCTIONALITY AVAILABLE

THERE WILL BE NO SUPPORT UNTIL IT'S PROPERLY RELEASED THIS TEMPLATE WILL REPLACE html-anidbstyle, html-operatic AND html-cleancut WHEN FINISHED.

  • Highly customizable and informative theme using a Multiple Page layout for displaying information.
  • Filter anime on MyList by state (mixed, unknown, on hdd, on cd, deleted, ongoing and has awards), status (complete, incomplete, watched and unviewed), type (TV, OVA, etc).
  • Popups with File Information and Episode Information for each file/episode.
  • Has an internal "Search page". (partialy working)
  • Includes support for Wishlist.
  • Uses file relations. (not implemented yet)
  • Links external databases for more information about a given anime.
  • Uses all sensible information available to exports.
  • Can be styled with Anidb's CSS stylesheets.
  • Tested and working with: FireFox 2.0+ (not final, just what i'm testing now)
Note requires a browser capable of doing the following:
  • javascript version 1.5+
  • XMLHTTPRequest support
  • HTTP 1.1 (required by XMLHTTPREQUEST for assync gets)
  • css v1 and v2
  • cookies (optional, but prefered for saving preferences)

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html-goldsilver

© 2003 by zaufany
Version: 0.01 (02.07.2003)

Simple gold/silver html theme. Same data as in html-fixme shown.

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html-graywhite

© 2003 by Shambles
Version: 0.02 (26.09.2003)

required images:
http://static.anidb.net/files/html-graywhite/images.zip

A simple Gray/White theme

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html-green

© 2003 by zaufany
Version: 0.01 (17.07.2003)

simple green theme

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html-knch

© 2003 by Knch'
Version: 0.3 (29.08.2003)

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html-lightblue

© 2003-2005 by DonGato
Version: 2.8 (26.07.2005)

Required Images (new for v2.8):
http://static.anidb.net/files/html-lightblue/images.zip

Light blue HTML theme:

  • Most of the available data at AniDB is used
  • Search for anime titles inside your collection
  • Filter MyList data by status, state or type
  • Sort MyList data by any column in ascending or descending order
  • Images are used but included in a separate package
  • Heavy usage of CSS and JavaScript
  • No pop-ups nor multiple pages to navigate (not in Opera)
  • It uses cookies (not required but recommended)
  • Tested with Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2, Firefox 1.0.6 and Opera 8
  • Customizable ed2k link style
  • Customizable anime/episode title type
  • Selectable copy to clipboard feature
  • Three different colour styles available (Light Blue as default, White and Green)

Support, Feature Requests, Bug Reports? (old forum)

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html-operatic

© 2005 by fahrenheit [fahrenheit@netcabo.pt]
version 1.0.2 (11.10.2005):

Required Images:
http://static.anidb.net/files/html-operatic/images.zip

Operatic HTML theme:

  • Light themed template, uses a Multiple Page Layout scheme to display information.
  • Filter anime on MyList by state (undefined, unknown, on HDD, on CD, deleted, ongoing and has awards), status (complete, incomplete, watched and un-viewed), type (TV, OVA, etc.) and by Genre.
  • Pop-ups with File Information and Episode Information for each file/episode.
  • Has an internal "Search page" and an "Trade page" (disabled by default).
  • Includes basic support for printing.
  • Includes support for wish list (see change log for notes).
  • Includes Expand(!).
  • Includes MyVotes support.
  • Link to AniDB, AnimeNfo and Anime Planet for more info on selected files/episodes/anime.
  • Uses all information available to exports, including Awards, Temporary Votes and Japanese/English Titles.
  • Uses local images to reduce server-side load on AniDB servers.
  • Anime pages offer different levels of information: simple and expanded (click on the [+]/[-] icons to expand collapse info).
  • Uses JavaScript (intensively), CSS stylesheets (light) and cookies (optional but recommended).
  • Tested and working with: IE 6.0, Firefox 1.0, Opera 8.0b1.
Note Requires Netscape 7.0+, IE 4.0+, Opera 5.11+, Mozilla 1.0+.

Support, Feature Requests, Bug Reports? (old forum)

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html-orangewhite

© 2004 by fahrenheit
Version: 1.5 (14.04.2004)

Theme based on the orange and white colours.
It was supposed to be a simple theme...
Oh well, enjoy, it contains only one CSS stylesheet and that's it.

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html-silver

© 2003 by zaufany
Version: 0.01 (30.06.2003)

Simple silver html theme. Same data as in html-fixme shown.

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html-xstyle

© 2008 by fahrenheit [alka.setzer@gmail.com]
version svn0.1.0 (07.08.2008):

Note THIS TEMPLATE IS NOT YET COMPLETE, BASIC FUNCTIONALITY AVAILABLE
  • Features will be added as soon as i code them
Note requires a browser capable of doing the following:
  • javascript version 1.5+
  • XMLHTTPRequest support
  • HTTP 1.1 (required by XMLHTTPREQUEST for assync gets)
  • css v1 and v2
  • cookies (optional, but prefered for saving preferences)

Support, Feature Requests, Bug Reports?

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plot-time-wasted

Public domain'd in 2009 by Bjørn Hartfelt - hartfelt@mysecondfacetube.dk
Version 1, 2009-12-16

This template will output a file containing the length of every watched file in your mylist, as well as the date you marked the, watched. Included is a small python-script (time-wasted.py) that you can use to transform the output to a format suitable for plotting with gnuplot, and an even smaller shell-script (gnuplot.sh) that, using gnuplot, generates a nice svg-image.

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sfv-simple

© 2009 by sadjoker
Version: 0.7 (06.02.2009)

A very simple sfv file creator useful to check the CRC of your files. The format generated is the following:

"Anime name"

"episode number (2 digits)" "CRC"

If there is no CRC defined, the CRC will be replace by "no_CRC".
If the file is flaged as being self-edited, the format change to "episode number (2 digits)" self-edited "CRC". The files with the generic or deleted status are not listed.
Of course, you will have to replace the episode number by the actual names of your files before being able to check them.

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txt-ed2k

© 2009 nicklaich inspired by EXP
Version: 2 (19.06.2009)

Make TXT file with ed2k link for each file.
FileName is "AnimeName - EpNo [Group][CRC32].ext".
Warning: Anime and group names comes "as is" (with spaces and symbols like ':?*/|\' etc).
Lines separated by 0Dh 0Ah symbols.
Generic files and files without CRC32 are not listed.

Purpose is for automated HDD audit.

Feel free to send PM about this report.

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txt-udp-mylist

© 2010 by aaabbb1
Version: 0.3 (10/02/2010)

This is a simple text format export template which emulates the output of the UDP API MYLIST command. It's goal is to produce identical results as the actual UDP API interface and it is intended to be used to initialize or update client local caches.

Extra information beyond what MYLIST returns is formatted as comments beginning with # and extending to the end of the line. This information can be used for client parsing and error checking and includes items such as file size and ED2K hash, so the client can identify to which local file a particular MYLIST entry is referring. These comments may be be discarded as desired.

Note this template is still experimental and should not yet be used by anyone except aaabbb1.

It currently returns formatted times which do not match the actual server values (there are no seconds in the formatted times, only minutes, while the server stores unix style epoch times which includes seconds). Ommina is working on adding raw time support into the export system, so that we can get results that will exactly match the server both in format and value.

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xml

© 2003 by Rafael Vuijk (aka Dark Fader) - http://darkfader.net (modified by Chuck Renner (aka chriv))
Version: 1.00 (20.11.2003)

XML rulez!
Template created by Rafael Vuijk (aka Dark Fader) - http://darkfader.net/
Template modified by Chuck Renner (aka chriv)

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xml-anivote

© 2003 by Arokh
Version: 0.01

Data Template for AniVote

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xml-dark

© 2005 by epoximator
Version: 1.00 (03.04.2005)

Limited but powerful all-in-one-list.

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xml-files

© 2008 by antennen
Version: 0 (23.10.2008)

Simple XML template to make a MyList visualisation. Nobody but me is likely to use this.

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xml-large

Version 1.0.5 (14/08/2008)

Template created by path (scavenged from xml-xslt and xml-dark)
The idea is to try and extract almost everything thats useful into the xml. Please feel free to edit this and add more data if you need it. However for performance reasons Ive had to move a lot of data into the anime.tpl mxls rather than the main xml. This makes it harder to get the main table to show information if you need it.
I don't know how to solve this dichotomy.


Added a basic table layout. Filtering and sorting capabilities. Next up, expanding nodes.

latest version. added data test

Added group information with some css.

groups are expandable to see their files

filters to see completable shows

bug fix on completable

requested file->ep relationship

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xml-mystatus

© 2010 by Kenaniah
Version: 0.1 (2010-01-10)

This theme is intended to give a compact list of anime with basic information about your ratings and episode counts. Ideal for exporting a basic overview of your personal list. This outputs 1 XML file only.

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xml-naive

© 2010 by rondo
Version: 0.1 (2010-07-31)

Machine-readable format that ignores special episodes and individual files.
Does not contain personally identifiable information. Eschews attributes.

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xml-nx

© 2008 by Nyxx, Styling based on "XML-Dark" template by epoximator
Version: 0.7.1 (2008-10-18)

The intention of this list is to have a small (by file sizes) list with all basic informations about the anime and their episodes on your list. So you can show this list to everyone and even put it on your website. The list does *not* contain any informations about your files or the subs!

The main focus is using the XSLT rendering capabilities of modern W3C standard compliant browsers. And keeping everything small and simple but still with some useful features.

Tested with Opera 9.5 and Firefox 2/3.
Internet Explorer is not tested but generally should work fine too.

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xml-plain

© 2003 by Chuck Renner (aka chriv)
Version: 1.00 (24.11.2003)

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xml-plain-cs

© 2009 by kucing
Version: α (20.8.2009)

MyList.xml + sample C# source code for your own open source application.

Based on AniDB Template SDK 0.13.4.
Includes undocumented fields. Excludes deprecated fields.
Alpha version. Expect bugs. PM kucing for bugs report, etc.
If you made an application that use this template, please share your source code.

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xml-plain-full

© 2008 Finalspace
Version 1.0.1 (2008-11-22)

XML Plain Full Template with a simple structure.
Single mylist xml file.
Multiple anime xml files.

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xml-plain-new

© 2008 by bsdude
Version: 3.0 (12.08.2008)

Based on Version 1.00 (24.11.2003) (C) 2003 by Chuck Renner (aka chriv)
A plain xml file with most available information. The intended use is in making a local database of mylist data.

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xml-xslt

© 2005 by Siddhi Pittayachawan
Version 0.1 (21/05/2005)

Template created by Siddhi Pittayachawan (style modified from html-orangewhite)

This theme:

  • Compliant with W3C standards
  • Coded with XML, XSLT, DHTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Works with only browsers that fully support XML and XSLT
  • May not displayed correctly on IE because IE partially supports CSS and XML
  • Uses JavaScript as little as possible because XSLT can operate considerably faster than JavaScript
  • Tested with Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4
  • Allows you to easily change theme's colours by modifying a CSS file
  • Allows you to easily change theme's layout by modifying XSLT files
  • Data (XML), data formats (XSLT), and styles (CSS) are separate from each other
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Create your own

You can also create your own template by using the Official AniDB Export Template SDK. More information including the SDK can be found here: MyList export template guidelines.

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