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    Default How to convert .THM format to .JPG all at once ?

    i got about 400+ photographs all in .THM so is there any way i can convert them one shot into .JPG without rename them one by one ???

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    Go to command prompt:

    C:\[folder name]>move *.THM *.JPG <enter>

    One reason why I always loved command line interface over GUI.

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    either that or use ACDsee
    sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clown
    either that or use ACDsee
    like this route,
    just select all from 'Edit' tab,
    press F2 and carryon from there.

    sorri about ur incident, bro S11loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judeseah
    like this route,
    just select all from 'Edit' tab,
    press F2 and carryon from there.

    sorri about ur incident, bro S11loop.
    huh sorry ? oh its nothing and its suppose to purposely delete all the photos i have taken due to some rights issue now i just want to retrieve it back to read thru my own photographs

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    I'm not sure if the data format of .thm is the same as .jpg. But if you want to batch rename the filename extension, "ren *.thm *.jpg<enter>" would perform the job.

    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Go to command prompt:

    C:\[folder name]>move *.THM *.JPG <enter>

    One reason why I always loved command line interface over GUI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huggable
    I'm not sure if the data format of .thm is the same as .jpg. But if you want to batch rename the filename extension, "ren *.thm *.jpg<enter>" would perform the job.
    The recovery software gave the extension of .HTM for S11Loop's file in another thread that he started, after testing 1 renaming to JPG he managed to see the file preview, so thus he requested for help on batch renaming.

    And you're probably right on using 'ren', I must be thinking of the UNIX command 'mv' instead. My bad.

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    No worries, now I get the full picture too. For command-prompt usage, either the "ren" or "rename" will rename the file name/extension. OT a bit, the "move" command actually has a hidden usage, that is to rename directory names!

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    On unix, to rename it's to 'mv', same reasoning behind I guess.

    I still remember copy and xcopy on windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    On unix, to rename it's to 'mv', same reasoning behind I guess.

    I still remember copy and xcopy on windows
    i remember the days before xcopy and deltree...
    it's a total nightmare trying to delete panzer general without deltree.
    arj and pkzips were fun..
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    yup... esp when u need to span into multiple disks..
    wow.. those were really the days siah.. haha...

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    if you need a good batch renamer google for 14a rename or 1 for all renamer...
    if you need to batch convert image formats check out irfanview its a free image program

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    Quote Originally Posted by slaam View Post
    if you need a good batch renamer google for 14a rename or 1 for all renamer...
    if you need to batch convert image formats check out irfanview its a free image program
    when ever i try to change the files thm to jpg formate below error is occered

    Given command is: E:\Srinivas_songs&wal\Themes>move*.THM*.JPG<enter>
    Error is: ,move*.THM*.JPG, is not recognized as an internam or external command,
    opperable program or batch file.

    Please give me sugastion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Srinivasu View Post
    when ever i try to change the files thm to jpg formate below error is occered

    Given command is: E:\Srinivas_songs&wal\Themes>move*.THM*.JPG<enter>
    Error is: ,move*.THM*.JPG, is not recognized as an internam or external command,
    opperable program or batch file.

    Please give me sugastion
    you forgot the space.
    Meow!

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    Default Re: How to convert .THM format to .JPG all at once ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Srinivasu View Post
    Given command is: E:\Srinivas_songs&wal\Themes>move*.THM*.JPG<enter>
    Quote Originally Posted by GavinTing View Post
    you forgot the space.
    Specifically : rename *.THM *.JPG

    (more than 1 space between parameters is harmless)

    Edit : For huggable : I looked at the thumbnails for my video files from Canon SD450 and they are JPEGs, complete with EXIF.

    OT : Speaking of command lines, who's old enough to remember PR#6 and is not ashamed to admit it?
    Last edited by lennyl; 5th September 2008 at 05:24 PM.

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