Sorry, I'm still confused. Let's say I do a list *.ts to generate a listing of .ts files in that directoy. Now, how do I feed this information into todvrms using a % indicator in a batch file? I tried using /? and -? after the command for a list of available options, but that does not work with todvrms. Can you take a moment and give me an example of the batch file, given the following parameters:
Contents of X:\RecordedTV:
Contents of TSFILES.TXT:
Unfortunately, I don't have any .xml files that contain any metadata. Within the .properties files, however, there is what appears to be metadata that was generated by the batch metadata tool. For example:
#Generator: Batch Metadata Tools (3.0-beta-9); MediaFile: file:/x:/AnthonyBourdainNoReservations-Chicago-4077545-0.ts
#Sun Aug 16 12:05:01 EDT 2009
Actor=Anthony Bourdain -- Anthony Bourdain;
Description=Anthony heads to Chicago where he examines the cuisine and culture which the windy city has to offer.\nUser Rating\: \n
MediaTitle=Anthony Bourdain\: No Reservations
Title=Anthony Bourdain\: No Reservations - S06E05 - Chicago
x-ser-Cast=0|Anthony Bourdain|Anthony Bourdain|null
x-ser-Description=Anthony heads to Chicago where he examines the cuisine and culture which the windy city has to offer.
Would it work by just renaming that file to .xml or specifying .properties at the end of the file rather than .xml, while still using the "-xml x:\xxxx.properties" modifier?