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jWallenstein

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  1. Hello, I am using CDBurnerXP in powershell cmdlet script. It works very well. But the only one problem is, during burning there are not showing any comments or progress. Do you know, how to modify ps1 script, to show write progress on the screen during burning run ? Any help would be wellcome Thanks jw
  2. Hello floele, Thanks for the syxtax. In the test folder, there are some spaces. Due to this, should the syntax be like this: -folder["\my targetFolder 1"]:"my source Path1" -folder["\my targetFolder 2"]:"my source Path2" ? Thanks jan
  3. Hello floele, Thanks for the replay. "Dynamic links" or "Dynamic links to files" it means: In dxp project you have two folders with some files. You save this and burn iso. Next day it comes one file more in the source folder. You get the existing dxp project and burn a new iso. Is the new file in the last iso, or not ? If yes, it means dxp project supports "Dynamic links to files". If not, it means after putting new files or folders in source folder, I must create new dxp project. Thanks jan
  4. Hello, Is it possible using powershell and CDBurnerXP Commandline to catch iso build progress event? How? Thanks jan
  5. Hello, I have to burn two folders in two ISO-Folders. How do I write the commandline, please? 1. Folder on HD is: "e:\my files\project 1" Folder on ISO should be (ISO) "project 1" 2. Folder on HD is: "e:\Source files\project 2" Folder on ISO should be (ISO) "project 2" Any proposals are welcome Regards jan
  6. Hello, Is it possible to create a dxp project with dynamic links to folder? It would be nice to have this option. Using command line with dxp config file, it would be taken to burn ALL of files and folders in main root folder. Thanks jan
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