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Posts: 3
Registered: 11.02.2019
12.02.19 00:05:33
Can the conversions be started with command line entries including input file and/or output file entries?
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Posts: 141
Registered: 08.09.2009
12.02.19 08:26:48
To: brantmccl@gmail.com

Please read file CommandLineKeys.txt in folder
Windows 32-bit: c:\Program Files\AVS4YOU\AVSDocumentConverter\
Windows 64-bit: c:\Program Files (x86)\AVS4YOU\AVSDocumentConverter\
and look at the example-files in subfolder \examples and read guides on site:
https://www.avs4you.com/guides/command-line.aspx
Posts: 3
Registered: 11.02.2019
12.02.19 23:48:36
To: RomanN
Unfortunately your solution is no better than starting the program from scratch, entering/choosing the input file type, entering/choosing the output file type, choosing the ouput location and converting the file. You still have to do these things even if you start the program from the command line. I'm looking for something a bit more elegant than this.
Developer
Posts: 141
Registered: 08.09.2009
13.02.19 09:24:17
To: brantmccl@gmail.com

You need to create configurationXML file (.xml) for RTF-to-TXT conversion only once where next parameters are specified:
"formatType" ("TXT")
<folder>
<filter> (*.rtf)
<outputFolder>
<encoding>
After that you can quickly run AVSDocumentConverter using the appropriate batch file (.bat) or via command line and AVSDocumentConverter will automatically convert all found RTF files to TXT and open the results folder.
Posts: 3
Registered: 11.02.2019
23.02.19 17:09:48
To: RomanN
Thank you, RomanN. This will work fine.
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