You can use the command line client for that.DmitryKz wrote: ↑Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:37 amHello!
I did not find the answer in the documentation (maybe I was looking badly) - can DGIndexNV make an index file for each downloaded file, and not one common index file (.dgi) for all files in the list (i.e. make multiple *.DGIs)? I want to individually recode each file using AviSint, but I don’t understand how this can be done with DGIndexNV.
I've more than 400 *.ts files and make index files for each tooo long)))
I would be grateful for the answer.
Open a command prompt, change to the directory where the files to index are and execute a commandline "for %f in (*.ts) do "path\to\your\dgindex.exe" -i "%f" -o "%~nf.dgi" -e -h"
It will create an index file for each .ts file.