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  1. HI CATS

    please can you consider my batch
    Code:
            echo 旼컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴커
            echo                                                                              
            echo  MP4 GOpro NON-50FPS versus HD 25fps             
            echo         LowPassFiltering On/Off                                
            echo                   press "Y" to smooth                              
            echo                                                                               
            echo 읕컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴켸
            echo.
    
            CHOOSE.EXE /c:ynq /t:n,7 " until 7 seconds press Y to smooth details "
            set "LowPassFilter=0"
            if errorlevel==255 echo No such choice (255)
            if not errorlevel==4 if errorlevel==3 echo The choice was a q (3)
            if not errorlevel==3 if errorlevel==2 echo LowPass OFF
            if not errorlevel==2 if errorlevel==1 (Set LowPassFilter=1)
            if not errorlevel==1 if errorlevel==0 echo The choice was interrupted (0)
    
            IF "%LowPassFilter%"=="1" echo LowPassFiltering ATTIVATO per ammorbidire contorni
            IF "%LowPassFilter%"=="1" Set "filteringVirtualdubMode=135"
            IF "%LowPassFilter%"=="0" echo LowPassFiltering Disattivato
            IF "%LowPassFilter%"=="0" Set "filteringVirtualdubMode=7"
    nut choose.exe is problematic for windows 10 64bit and I need to replace it with another command that do the same functions.

    How can I do?

    thanks
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    Code:
            echo 旼컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴커
            echo                                                                              
            echo  MP4 GOpro NON-50FPS versus HD 25fps             
            echo         LowPassFiltering On/Off                                
            echo                   press "Y" to smooth                              
            echo                                                                               
            echo 읕컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴켸
            echo.
    
    
            CHOICE /c NYQ /t 7 /d N /m " until 7 seconds press Y to smooth details "
    
            if errorlevel 3 goto :eof
            if errorlevel 2 (
                    Set "filteringVirtualdubMode=7" & echo LowPassFiltering Disattivato
            ) else (
                    Set "filteringVirtualdubMode=135" & echo LowPass OFF & echo LowPassFiltering ATTIVATO per ammorbidire contorni
            )
    A big part of computing is knowing when to blame the user.

    If q isn't exit, then you can either add a :Next lable and goto it each time, or you can go the easy way and compare the %errorlevel% variable rather than the special 'if' command.

    if %errorlevel%==3 ( do this )
    Last edited by ndjamena; 10th Nov 2015 at 04:42.
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  3. but I'm a cat, not a user

    PLEASE

    I have try

    Code:
          Set "LowPassFilter=1"
            CHOICE /c:ynq /t:n,7 " until 7 seconds press Y to smooth details "
    
            if errorlevel 3 goto :eof
            if errorlevel 2 (
                    Set "filteringVirtualdubMode=135" & echo LowPass OFF & echo LowPassFiltering ATTIVATO per ammorbidire contorni
            ) else (
                    Set "filteringVirtualdubMode=7" & echo LowPassFiltering Disattivato
            )
    
    
            IF "%LowPassFilter%"=="1" echo LowPassFiltering ACTIVE
            IF "%LowPassFilter%"=="0" echo LowPassFiltering NOT Ative
    seems to me that it recognize the Y and N keys but don't do the timer or 7 seconds: after 7 second, if the user don't press the Y key, it automatically have to choose "N" by default.

    Ho can it be modified? thanks
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    Sorry, I just copied your line, I thought "choose.exe" was a spelling mistake but maybe it's another program...

    Fixed now, or at least it should be.
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