Originally Posted by DJBlu Attachment 103176
Added Ole drag and drop
Just drag the files you want to change into the window.
Thank you very much, ole makes things much easier. I appriciate all the hard work.
But I must disagree with your other comment, some parts may be different, and depending on how you coded it (since you weren't planning on dual-use) it may or may not be easier just to copy and paste some code to make a second application...but you certianly CAN have a console + gui program
Many, many gui applications have command line arguments you may pass. vlc and zoomplayer are shining examples. You would be shocked at how much you can control from the command line through zoomplayer
You grab the arguments, set a variable (if you want, so you can check for it later, to autoclose, or whatever) then using code you prefill the location, change the IDC and "click" the change button.
I would not consider this a "console" application, but it would be relatively automated. If you needed to do a large quantity, the multichanger would probobly work better. For automated scripts it may be easier to have a true console application that you were planning on making.
PS. I'm getting kinda off the dxva topic, and I don't want to sound ungrateful, cause I really do appriciate the program especially with drag/drop. So, I'll stop here; you can code it whichever way you want, and we all will appriciate it either way.