Your command-line arguments are bad. Because you're accidentally passing "" along literally as part of the argument value.
A custom format cannot start with " and end with " because a file path cannot start with " and end with ". This may or may not lead to strange behavior depending on your platform and settings. You get lucky in this case because " is stripped away to make all the file paths Windows friendly by default, but on Unix platforms, if -unixfs
were to be enabled, FileBot will literally create file paths with literal " in the file path as commanded.
YES: Here's how we use "..." to pass an argument value, where "..." is interpreted by the shell itself to delimit a single argument value, but is not part of the argument value itself:
NO: I don't know what you're doing, because you didn't paste your command, but you are somehow accidentally effectively doing something like this:
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echo '"Hello World"'