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- 22 Oct 2018, 20:05
- Forum: Scripting and Automation
- Topic: [Windows] Suppress CMD window
- Replies: 14
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Hi, I'm looking to use the uttorent-postprocess.pyw file with a few tweaks. I'de like to add an -def ignore and -def kodi to it but I'm not sure where. My first thought was to place them at the end of the Command = [...] block but it seemed to stop filebot from running at all.
So yeah, I checked out everything you said and it all seems fine. I finally did try adding .exe at the end and it worked. I'm not sure why it doesn't work without it, it did with earlier versions. So to recap here is the full script that works: filebot.launcher.exe -script fn:amc --output "D:/Media"...
So I set the log to an absolute path as you mentioned and just as suspected there was no log produced. Utorrent doesn't run filebot.launcher, but it will run filebot perfectly. Is there an extension I need to add to the end of filebot.launcher? .exe perhaps?
I haven't changed anything in the %PATH% Here is the output: FileBot 4.7.8 (r4842) JNA Native: 5.1.0 MediaInfo: 0.7.92.1 7-Zip-JBinding: 9.20 Chromaprint: 1.4.2 Extended Attributes: OK Unicode Filesystem: OK Script Bundle: 2017-03-24 (r490) Groovy: 2.4.8 JRE: Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 1.8.0_12...
Just purchased the latest version on the App store. Just curious about getting the filebot.launcher to work with AMC. I can get the standard filebot to work but it doesn't seem to recognize filebot.launcher for some reason.