SEE question below, BUT I answered it myself. I set up batch as below, and ran it in a folder of about 10 ...JPG files.
WOW, WHAT a difference when running the 64 bit version versus the 32 bit version, for this batch mode to scale pictures !!!
the command line file clicked off rapidly, i did not see any destination pictures in the folder, but then they suddenly appeared, 8 of them, and the other two rapidly followed !
It ran well from the portable folder, using the command line below, pointing to the super-folder start file
one final question
i created, for portable installation,
C:\Users\user01\PortApps2\HyperSnap 8-x64 directory. I pointed to this directory to install, and your program created a subfolder, HyperSnap 8
BUT, in the HyperSnap 8-x64 directory, is the startHS8.exe file.
that starts the program
BUT, if I use this as a BATCH file, will this line work
for %f in (*.jpg) do start/wait "x" "C:\Users\user01\PortApps2\HyperSnap 8-x64\StartHS8.exe" -open "%f" -scale:70 -save:jpg:q90 "c:\zzWorking\HyperSnap\zzScaled_%f"
since the actual program tha is hypersnap is the C:\Users\user01\PortApps2\HyperSnap 8-x64\HyperSnap 8\HprSnap8.exe program
but if i start that one, i get "unregistered" (whereas the StartHS8.exe does NOT state "unregistered")
post edited by aoz - 2017/05/19 17:36:01