-makebat key is used to create a bat-file containing a command line with the list of parameters needed for conversion. This line is ready for immediate execution. Launch this bat-file in future to start conversion process. To create a bat-file it is necessary to use -makebat together with -script and -source keys when launching the program. The generated command line will contain all parameters from the specified script.
The general appearance of the key is as follows:
File - this character string contains the name of and path to the output bat-file. If you want to create this file in the folder with the program, you can specify its name only.
If you want to create the file in any other folder, you should specify its full path in the parameter.
- You can use the bat-file generated with the help of -makebat key if you are not sure that this script will always be available as well as to automate frequently used conversion processes.
- Specify additional keys to change any parameters of the script.
Example:ICPCL.exe -script "c:\convert\scripts\convert to bmp.icp" -source "c:\my fotos\*.*" -makebat "c:\tobmp.bat"
- To execute the command line it is necessary that the specified script be available for reading. This concerns all launches, including those performed from other applications and with other user names.
- To successfully create a bat-file it is necessary that the specified folder be available for writing. This concerns all launches, including those performed from other applications and with other user names.