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EZ-BMS for those who don't know how to use CMD

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EZ-BMS for those who don't know how to use CMD

Post by Troopermanaic » Thu Jun 06, 2013 11:51 pm

If you are working with someone who has absolutely no idea how to use quickbms and CMD, this may be the easiest solution for you. otherwise its completely useless =]

How to use EZ-BMS
1. Put your .BMS files in the BMS folder
2. Place your archive(s) in the INPUT folder
3. Open EZ-BMS.exe and type your selection 1-2 "1 will execute QuickBMS interface, 2 will recycle and recreate your INPUT and OUTPUT folder "for lazy users""
4. if you chose selection [1] then you are prompted with selections 1-4. They each have a different command.

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[1] Use no commands
[2] "-r"   experimental reimport option that should work with many archives
[3] "-."   don't terminate QuickBMS if there is an error while parsing multiple
           files (like wrong compression or small file), just continue with the
           other files in the folder
[4] "-d"   automatically create an additional output folder with the name of the
           input folder and file processed, eg. models/mychar/mychar.arc/FILES
5. The output of the archive will be found in the OUTPUT folder
"If you wish to quit the program, just press enter with no selection."

Try to use only 1 .BMS file at a time, leave only 1 in the BMS folder as it automatically searches for them no matter what they are named.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/uo079 ... EZ-BMS.rar
EZ-BMS is less then 5MB and is portable. EZ-BMS will also recreate the folders in the EZ-BMS.exe destination if they aren't detected upon application exit.

If there is a feature missing that would improve this program please leave a comment, just know this tool isn't meant to take advantage of all quickbms commands, only a small few that is necessary for most applications.

Don't forget, all thanks to Luigi Auriemma http://aluigi.altervista.org/quickbms.htm
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Re: EZ-BMS for those who don't know how to use CMD

Post by Troopermanaic » Mon Jun 10, 2013 3:20 pm

EZ-BMS changelog
V1.2 based upon QuickBMS 0.5.23a- QuickBMS upgrade.
V1.1 based upon QuickBMS 0.5.22- Bugfixes and QuickBMS upgrade.
v1.0 based upon QuickBMS 0.5.21a- Portable .exe, based upon the idea of use for non programmers who need a GUI interfaced tool.
As of now, if you like EZ-BMS. I can modify it for your personal projects, Just send me your .BMS(s) and any information possible of what you would like this tool to do, if you have any portable standalone .exe programs, I can also include it in EZ-BMS.
If you have an icon you would like to add include it, I can do that as-well. ALL FREE
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Re: EZ-BMS for those who don't know how to use CMD

Post by Rimbros » Fri Jun 14, 2013 5:06 pm

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Re: EZ-BMS for those who don't know how to use CMD

Post by Roan » Sat May 18, 2019 9:56 am

How to select multiple .pak files for extracting in a single folder?

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