quick question, what's an ace file?
I wrote an application to copy audiofiles & videofiles from USB-Stick (or anywhere else) into a destination directory (your media directory). Also an Explorer and other functions are integrated.
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quick question, what's an ace file?
CarPC #3: 99% Complete
Pentium M 1.7Ghz, 1GB DDR2 RAM
DVD/CD-RW installed in dash below monitor
OEM LCD relocated for 7" Touchscreen
Wi-Fi, GPS, PS2 controllers...
500+ full albums
4,000+ video games
music videos, movies, & more!
Sweet I was just asking about this yesterday! How configurable is it.
Um, I guess this is where you put something witty.WITTY
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It's an achive like zip/rar etc....Originally Posted by ITL
Old setupEpia M10k, Cubid 2699R case, 512MB, 40GB 3.5" driveNew setup
Optiplex 260SX (2.8GHz P4, 512MB, 30GB, DVD)
Xenarc 700IDT, USB hub, 802.11g, bluetooth, P2140, P5V
looks pretty good, didnt try it yet just installed it on my work PC. If possile can you add a copy\paste\delete feature....for example...lets say i borrow someones USB stick and I only want to copy certain music\videos,etc
Here a screenshot:
For now, the tool isn't very flexible. I have programmed it for a resolution of 800x600. I think other resolution don't work.
The only configuration to be done is to edit the settings.ini in your install-directory.
The 2 buttons (Audio/Video) are the copy-buttons. The Audio-button copies all files from your Audiosource-folder to your Audiodestionation-folder as configured in the settings.ini.
Also all Sub-folders in the Source-directory will be copied. So the folder-structure will be kept.
To integrate the tool in Roadrunner you have to copy the Quick-Copy folder (ace-archiv) to your Roadrunner-launch-directory and edit the Quick-Copy.ini (PATH = C:\PROGRAMME\Quick-Copy\Copy-Tool.exe"
I think you mean you want to browse through your Source-directory (i.e. USB-Stick) and select some songs or folders to be copied or deleted?
That should be possible to program this feature.
Hope my english wasn't too bad
yes but also browse through my carPC HD as well as a USB,external HD...basically so i never have to go and use the windows explorer...Originally Posted by quickmic
thanks, looking forward to your next release
Originally Posted by camsgs3
This program isnt meant to be a file browser its just used to copy files conveiniently.
My question is can i have multiple source and destination files? My audio files are broken down by GENRE\ARTIST\ALBUM. What i'd like to do is set up folders for each genre on my thumbdrive and have each music folder go to a destination folder that matches on the hard drive.
Originally Posted by Sonicxtacy02
Now it is http://www.quickmic.at.tt/Public/QuickCopy 2.2.rar
I've tested the tool not very long, so I cannot guarantee that I found all errors. Cause of this, the "delete-function" will not directly kill the selected files - It moves the files in the recyclebin.
The tool keeps your directory structure. That means:Originally Posted by Sonicxtacy02
If you set the Audio-Source-Directory, configured by the settings.ini, to i.e. "f:\Audiosource" then all files in this directory and also the subdirectories will be transfered to your destination-directory (i.e. "d:\Audiodestination").
In your case the Source-Directory-Structure should be like this:
I hope that's the Info you want...
Originally Posted by quickmic
Thank you! Couple of suggestions to improve the program slightly. In browser mode, have something to establish the difference between files and folders. An icon beside the name would work great. Second and probably most popular request is to make the program skinnable.