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    Originally Posted by electronicsguy View Post
    Originally Posted by stehow View Post
    If you want a quick way of batch processing all MKV files in a directory, setting the MKV title to the filename, then install mkvtoolnix and then create a batch script such as:

    echo ***** Starting MKVtitle *****
    for %%m in (*.mkv) do (
    echo Changing %%m Title to "%%~nm"
    "C:\Program Files (x86)\MKVToolNix\mkvpropedit" "%%m" -e info -s title="%%~nm"
    echo -----
    )
    echo ***** Finished *****
    How to make this script apply to contents of subfolders as well?
    Last edited by nathan323; 23rd Sep 2016 at 21:56. Reason: grammar
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  2. Originally Posted by nathan323 View Post
    Originally Posted by electronicsguy View Post
    Originally Posted by stehow View Post
    If you want a quick way of batch processing all MKV files in a directory, setting the MKV title to the filename, then install mkvtoolnix and then create a batch script such as:

    echo ***** Starting MKVtitle *****
    for %%m in (*.mkv) do (
    echo Changing %%m Title to "%%~nm"
    "C:\Program Files (x86)\MKVToolNix\mkvpropedit" "%%m" -e info -s title="%%~nm"
    echo -----
    )
    echo ***** Finished *****
    How to make this script apply to contents of subfolders as well?
    I think the syntax mentioned here should work: DOS-FOR-LOOP

    Code:
    for /r %%m in (*.mkv) do
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