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Old 5th November 2016, 00:37   #1  |  Link
Danette
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RipBot264 Custom Scripting In Batch Mode

RipBot264 has an excellent - and unique (Handbrake has no ability here) - method to add Avisynth script to a single job. However, the concept of custom scripting seems to have been lost when the batch capability is considered. It seems that the best, albeit very cumbersome, way to add script to batch jobs is to load the batch, start it running and, once the demuxing/frame extraction completes, abort the process and edit each job individually to paste in the custom script. It's either that or open and modify the jobs in the Temp folder. Am I missing some way to do this by simply setting the custom script once in the batch screen such as is possible through the "Properties" link for individual jobs?
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