FileOptimizer in a batch file
- Stick a copy of FileOptimizer in C:\portable\FileOptimizer (or edit the batch file listed below)
- Create an empty text file with the following green text and edit it as needed:
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- Name the file optimize_this_folder.bat and launch whenever you want the folder contents to get optimized.
According to the help file, this works recursively.
Efforts with ImBatch's ImageMonitor
- I tried to setup something with ImBatch's "watch" (ImageMonitor.exe) mechanism with ImBatch but so far no luck. The program will launch an external program but only AFTER the batch process is completed and via the main window. This means the watch program ignores the batch file and even the main window won't let you move the files to another location once they're finished. This is important because ImBatch recognizes files it's already optimized but FileOptimizer does not.