After living with agonizingly slow Plex scans for years now, I've decided to finally move all my individual movie folders into folders named # - Z.
My current structure is \Movies"name of movie (year)""name.of.movie.year.mkv". Trying to figure out the best/fastest way to move the "name of movie (year)" folders into the appropriate # - Z folders, one letter at a time. Doing this manually in Windows Explorer takes forever (roughly 15 seconds per folder). This is probably due to the extremely large size of the "Movies" folder, which contains almost 11,000 folders. Strangely enough, moving things into the "Movies" folder is much faster.
My mount command for read-write is simple: rclone mount --allow-other -v
Should I add anything to speed things up for this particular scenario? Or, should I try to accomplish this outside of a mount, via rclone move command? Will this be faster, and if so, what command should I use to move, for example, all folders starting with "a" to the folder called "A"?