Automatizing video files processing

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by ddn85602, May 10, 2010.

  1. ddn85602


    Apr 12, 2010
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    Automatizing video files processing

    I often have to do with video files processing: converting them to FLV format, making screenshots etc, in other words, with

    boring single-type tasks. As a matter of fact, all simple operations I have to perform at that (opening video editor, opening

    file in it, running process) don’t take much time…, but it is only in case of a single file.

    Processing several files becomes much more difficultL. In addition to all I’m very lazy :)

    I’ve decided to automatize this process somehow and at that, to minimize the number of operations.

    I won’t describe all ideas I’ve tried. Only tell I didn’t like bat files (as it needs to insert paths etc.).

    Unfortunately, I’m not a developer to create my own program. I’ve almost humbled with all my unsuccessful tries when found

    video editor that can process video without running application or bat files.

    You only should copy video files to necessary folder in the explorer!
    ddn85602, May 10, 2010
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