1. Fetches from thousands of movies from the Wikipedia movies list which list all the movies ever released, and even upcoming and adds all the movie details to a database row by row.
2. Then, loop through the database and for all rows that don't contain links, it has to be scrapes movie links by using the movie titles scraped from Wikipedia movies list. These links come from 3 different sources, which all have 3 different custom coded scrapers for each one, like Putlocker, WatchFree, 123Movies, etc. It then goes through the links and tries to find any links pertaining to OpenLoad, which is an uploading service. If it cannot find the link for Openload, it gives up and moves on to the next movie to fight another day.
3. Once the links are done being scraped, first design the links to be automatically remote uploaded to my OpenLoad account, so basically take other site's OpenLoad videos from their account and downloading and uploading all to my account automatically (concept of remote uploading - except the download/upload happens with the OpenLoad servers). The problem is, OpenLoad's API does not support Remote Upload properly so this is the ONLY manual step in the whole process, but it takes a few clicks, done within a minute. All the links that are scraped, generates a text file which contains all the OpenLoad links. I select all the links, and then simply copy paste with a few key strokes to OpenLoad's remote upload using their Account Dashboard interface. This literally, instantly downloads and uploads thousands of movies within a few seconds because OpenLoad's servers are so god damn fast, and they fetch videos from their own sources even faster.
4. click the next button in my system to allow my PHP code to connect to my OpenLoad account which I've set the configuration for, and fetch all the videos and information about each video, and start creating embed codes for each one. Each row that contains a movie from step 1 then gets its column regarding the openload embed codes filled out.