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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2021 5:40 pm 

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Hello! I'm currently extracting using quickbms, but with what I'm doing, I often find myself checking multiple files very slowly, since the game I'm looking at has really gross encrypting that makes it hard to know which file is which.

Basically, I wanted to put one file in one folder, and another file (same type) in another. Then, I wanted to extract all the files at once, while still having them output in their respective original folders. Is there a way to do that?


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:37 pm 
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Sure, you can choose between -d and -D, the only difference is that -d is better if you have many files in sub-sub-directories so in general -D is the way.

Help:
Code:
-d     automatically create an additional output folder with the name of the
       input folder and file processed, eg. models/mychar/mychar.arc/*,
       -d works also if input and output folders are the same (rename folder)
-D     like -d but without the folder with the filename, eg. models/mychar/*


You can set the option in a .bat or in a shortcut link to quickbms.exe or via command-line.

Probably it also works as argument of the quickbmsver instruction in the script.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2021 12:15 am 

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Hey! Thank you so much for letting me know this. I hate to be that person, but I was wondering how exactly I can enable this option? Is there an exact command line? Cmd isn't exactly my strength


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2021 12:32 am 
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Yes, it's very simple, for example you can create a .bat file containing:
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quickbms.exe -d
You can then double-click on the bat file and use quickbms as usual.

Another alternative is creating a shortcut to quickbms.exe and adding the options in the Target field after you select the Properties of the shortcut.


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