I bet the reason is the following:
- The following output file already exists:
Do you want to overwrite it?
y = overwrite (you can use also the 'o' key)
n = skip (default, just press ENTER)
a = overwrite all the files without asking
r = automatically rename the files with the same name
s = skip all the existent files without asking
If you can't see this message it means you don't have a real-time visualization ("flushed") of the output of quickbms.
Luckily the solution is very simple:
- option -o if you want to overwrite the files
- option -k if you want to not overwrite the files and ignore the duplicates
The option for automatically renaming the duplicate files is not available at command-line, maybe I will add it.