Hi again, all
I have a custom built HTPC/DVR in the living room that runs under Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64.
I would like to configure the HTPC so that it automatically moves DVR recordings off of the capture hard drives and places them onto another local hard drive. That is, I want to have daily unattended "cut-and-paste" of .ts files from one local hard drive (used for placement of DVR recordings) to another local hard drive (used as a big storage space).
My HTPC/DVR has access to 6 ASTC tuners, and contains multiple internal disk drives which are set up as follows under Win7:
C:\ = NTFS partition on a 128GB SSD used for OS and programs.
E:\ = NTFS partition on a 1TB HDD used as a landing space for recordings made with OTA Tuners 1,2,3.
F:\ = NTFS partition on a 1TB HDD used as a landing space for recordings made with OTA Tuners 4,5,6.
G:\ = NTFS partition on a 4TB HDD used as a large buffer space available for when drives E: and F: start getting full.
What I wish to do, specifically, is the following:
Move *.ts from E: to G:\BUFFER_FOLDER1\, and then...
move *.ts from F: to G:\BUFFER_FOLDER2\.
I figure that this can easily be achieved with a .bat file that is executed daily using Scheduled Tasks in Windows 7. So if anyone has any .bat scripts they could share here, that would be great. Thanks.