Vag With MFAudio

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Vag With MFAudio

Post by Ander0072 » Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:03 am

I know this question may sound a bit "noobish" but I have over 7000 vag files which I wish to convert to wave, now using MFaudio works like a charm, the problem is it only allows 1 file input at a time;
is there a way to do it in bulk (like, select all the files & just show a destination folder, & just wait? & not have to re click an input every minute.)

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Re: Vag With MFAudio

Post by hcs » Tue Aug 30, 2011 3:16 pm

mfaudio can convert files on the command line, so you can write a .bat such as:

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for %%1 in (*.vag) do start /wait MFAudio "%%1" /OTWAVU "%%1.wav"
which is what I used for Max Payne. You could also just run that directly from the command line with %1 instead of %%1.

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Re: Vag With MFAudio

Post by Ander0072 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:15 am

Thanks ^_^
worked like a charm & as fast as a bullet~

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Re: Vag With MFAudio

Post by SlavaVlasov » Sun Sep 23, 2018 11:53 pm

And how i can set parameters from command line, like mono/stereo, khz etc? :roll:

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