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How do you do....it? Thread, Video Rendering Server in Technical; James . I noticed you missed out the goto :EOF in your batch file. You should keep that. By the ...
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    James. I noticed you missed out the goto :EOF in your batch file. You should keep that. By the way, thanks for the link to that Directory Monitor program. It looks really good.

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    How about reading the owner of the original creator of the file then having the server dump the converted movie in the home folder and then delete the original?
    That's a brilliant idea! Is there an easy way to do that?

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    Dunno but bunch of scripts here Scripting Files and FileSystems using VBScript including vbscript for monitoring folders.

    Maybe it can all be done via a vbscript?

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    James. I noticed you missed out the goto :EOF in your batch file. You should keep that.
    Ooops its in there now I've also added a pause in the code to as everytime someone tried to upload a file it tried to start rendering immedately (and as the file wasn't totaly uploaded it failed).

    Should have the final steps to take out in the next few hours (to many things today being the only Tech in!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    The following batch file will do that...
    Hi Arthur - if this is your code could I have your permission to include it (in its current state) in the guide I'm putting together?

    Thanks,
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    Sure. No problem.

    The date and time functions are from this website though: http://commandline.co.uk/lib/treeview/. I'm sure he won't mind them being included in your guide if you mention his website.
    Last edited by Arthur; 9th July 2010 at 01:48 PM.

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    Just for referance the guide I made can now be seen here (thought it made sense to start a new thread to get the guide part at the top) - Video Rendering Server - a How to Guide

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