Windows 10: I need to create a batch file to convert my iThmb files

Discus and support I need to create a batch file to convert my iThmb files in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; How do I create a batch file to convert all of my iPod Photo Cache all at once to jpeg. I have SmartIV ImageZipper Image Converter 1.0.2. I have read... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by mkj307, May 28, 2016.

  1. mkj307 Win User

    I need to create a batch file to convert my iThmb files


    How do I create a batch file to convert all of my iPod Photo Cache all at once to jpeg. I have SmartIV ImageZipper Image Converter 1.0.2. I have read how to use other software to do this but I can't figure out the command with this software. I have no experience running batch files so please be specific. I made a folder on my C: drive named Thumbs that have all of the folders/files in it. My software is in the Programs (x86) folder. This PC/Windows(C*Smile/Programs(x86)/SmartIV/ImageZipper/imagezipperPic FileConverter.exe.These are the instructions I saw:

    This link is no longer valid & I already had conversion software that works but you have to do it a folder at a time.

    Download http://www.4shared.com/file/50707723...iThmbConv.html
    Now follow these steps:
    1. Create a new foder called Thumbs as a subdirectory of your hard drive. I assume this your C: drive. (example C:\Thumbs)
    2. Copy all the .ithmb files into this folder.
    3. Download the iThmbConv program file directly into this folder.
    4. Now, on your pc desktop, go to Start, Run and enter cmd in the box. Hit okay.
    5. When the black screen command prompt comes on, type cd.. at the end of the prompt line. Press Enter.
    6. The next line should only show C:> If not, enter cd.. again to just show C:>
    7. Now type *cd Thumbs* When you press enter, the next line should be C:Thumbs>
    8. Assuming one of your .ithmb picture files is named T100. (They are all T and a number, so I'm using T100 as an example) Now type *iThumbConv T100.ithmb*
    You should now see a few copies of your original .ithmb file in the Thumbs folder in a format that is viewable on your pc such as .jpg or whatever.
    Repeat step #8 for each additional .ithmb file you want to convert. Then, you can ditch the the copies you don't need.


    Then this was posted:
    it should be ithmbconv (exclude the 'u'), also, creating a batch file is the way to go, you can convert hundreds of files quickly, here's a quick method, still all within the same directory, first create a tree by typing:
    C:\thumbs tree /a /f > tree.txt <enter>
    this will create a list of all .ithmb files in the directory, open this file with notepad, delete the header and footer information, find and replace all ' T' with 'ithmbconv T' (make sure you find the correct number of spaces before the T) save this file, change to .bat extension, then from command line type:
    C:\thumbs tree <enter> and wala, hundreds of jpg's created. I hope someone can help me!

    :)
     
    mkj307, May 28, 2016
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  2. ankurnraj Win User

    Exe in Emulator

    Hi All

    I have installed Virtual PC 2007 on my desktop.

    The link for download is:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=04D26402-3199-48A3-AFA2-2DC0B40A73B6&displaylang=en


    Now I need to run a custom exe on my emulator which can, say, create a file.

    This is the approch I am trying to follow.

    On my desktop: I create a batch file which can create a file in a particular directory.

    On my desktop:I convert this batch file into an exe using one software: Quick Batch File Compiler.

    Now I copy this exe on my emulator using Active Sync.

    Now when I click on this exe, it says - It is not a valid Pocked PC Application.

    How can I run an exe on an emulator by clicking on it? This is my exact need.

    As batch files dont run on emulator, so I had approached the above approach. Kindly help.

    Please ask if anything is not clear.
     
    ankurnraj, May 28, 2016
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  3. Smittychat., May 28, 2016
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