Originally Posted by Kelson
It's pretty simple. On the last screen just click the "batch" box before you click go. It will set up a batch file on screen and recycle the program back to the first screen for you to do it all over again. On the first screen I typically assign discrete demux folders for each cycle -- I just call them demux1, demux2 . . . etc. You can send the .m2ts files to the same folder just give them a different name for each cycle so they don't overwrite one another. After you have batched your last title and it cycles back to the first screen, click Exit and a window will pop up asking if you want to start the batch file -- click yes and you are off.
If you have two HDD's in your PC it is much much faster if you set it up so Clown reads from one and writes to the other. i.e. If the source is on C: and you have a D: drive, set the demux folders up on D: and send the .m2ts files back to C:. That way it will demux from C: --> D: and remux from D: --> C:.
Well I thought I had it... I selected Demux and remux for the first pass, let it read the disk, picked a playlist, checked batch and clicked next. Back on the first screen again, I selected demux2 and remux2 for my directories, let it read the disk, selected another playlist, clicked next, had batch selected, and then clicked next again. When it came back up I just clicked exit and said yes to starting the batch process . It worked, but it only put anything in the first demux and remux folders, it didnt go through a second process. Not sure where I went wrong. I dont have to edit anything in the batch file, do I?
EDIT: I am going back and doing it again now to make sure I clicked next at the end of the second playlist selection process and letting it come back to the first page instead of clicking exit at that point.
Double Edit: yep that must have been what I did. Its making two different Demuxed files now that I have done the process again. Thanks for the help!!Edited by hifiaudio2 - 12/5/13 at 10:09am