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Need to write a batch file or perform a command line function with Nerocmd.exe

Posted on 2008-06-23
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I have been trying to read the instructions and the code and searching the internet and I can't find the answer i am looking for.   I have a driectory, J:/Burn.   I would like for my employees to put a CDR in the burner double click the icon and burn everything to this directory and be done.   Can anyone assist with this?
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I use Nero Express.  With it, you can create what they call a "Save Project file."   You just set that up to show a particular folder, and the entire contents of that folder (and subfolders) will be included in the burn.

Create a shortcut to that PRJ file and double-click it.  You do see a couple of prompts and need to click a "Burn" button, but it is otherwise automatic.
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You can use
  nerocmd /? to see a list of command-line parameters (but alas, no examples).

From:
http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-1466408.php
>>> That is what need to know - WHERE to put the source file name that I
>>> want to copy to CD.

>> Just stick it or them on the end of the command line like this...

>> NeroCMD.exe --write --real --drivename W --underrun_prot --media_type
>> media_cdr --speed 48 --iso "Vid_230" --close_session myfile.exe
>> anotherfile.txt thirdfile.mdb

>> You can use wildcards too. E.G: g:\burnfiles\*.*
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