What title says.
The switches for the commands don't work. For example I want to use /randomize to randomize the playlist content but the command is simply ignored. Tried other commands and no go.
This is what I was trying to do:
"C:\Program Files\DAUM\PotPlayer\PotPlayerMini64.exe" "E:\Perfil\Desktop\Newfolder\*.dpl" /randomize
The player only recognizes the exact path and filename but not the wildcard for example despite saying it supports it.
My final goal is to make a context menu that only plays the .dpl file present in a folder, this to make a faster load of the playlist instead of letting potplayer make the playlist from the folder contents every time. I managed to make this menu but I'm lacking the correct command line to make it work as I need and that's where I realized that command line switches are ignored (even when passing them from cmd).
Below the command line help from the program:
Code:Usage: PotPlayerMini64.exe ["content"] [/switch] "content" :You can specify a file, folder or URL as content. -You can specify multiple contents by separating them with a space. -You can specify titles for URLs by separating them with a backslash (\) at the end of URLs. ("http://...\title of this url") -Wildcards (*,?) are allowed. -The setting "Misc > When Files Opened" affects this when a file is specified. - :Plays streaming media from stdin -Example usage: youtube-dl.exe -o - -f best[ext=webm] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l22sS8DEiVU | PotPlayerMini64.exe - /filedlg :Opens the open file dialog box. /urldlg :Opens the open URL dialog box. /folderdlg :Opens the open folder dialog box. /simple :Opens file navigator. /cap :Runs screen capture. /cam :Runs webcam/Other devices. /atv[:ch] :Runs Analog TV device from the specified channel. /dtv[:ch[-idx]] :Runs Digital TV device from the specified channel. /dvd :Runs DVD device. /cd[:drive] :Runs the specified drive. /add :Appends the specified content(s) into playlist. /insert :Inserts the specified content(s) just below the item being played in playlist.(Or adds at the end of playlist if there is nothing playing at the time) /autoplay :Plays the last played item. /same :Loads and plays the specified contents as multiple streams. -You can independently select loaded video and audio streams under Video/Audio/Filters context menus. /sort :Sorts the specified contents by name before adding them into playlist. /randomize :Sorts the specified contents by randomly before adding them into playlist. /new :Plays the specified content(s) within a new instance of the program. -The setting "F5 > General > Multiple instances" does not affect this. /current :Plays the specified content(s) within an existing instance of the program. -The setting "F5 > General > Multiple instances" does not affect this. /clipboard :Appends content(s) from clipboard into playlist and starts playback immediately. /seek=time :Starts playback of the specified/last played content from the specified time point. -time format is: hh:mm:ss.ms (OR specify seconds only e.g. /seek=1800 to start at 30th min) /sub="subfile" :Loads the specified subtitle(s) from the specified paths or URLs. /user_agent="ua":Sets user agent header for HTTP(S) requests. /referer="ref" :Sets referer header for HTTP(S) requests. /headers="hdrs" :Appends the specified header(s) to HTTP(S) requests. /title="title" : Use title config="name" :Activates the specified preset.
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Oh, I see... this community is dead.
Try to contact developer via email, he accept this way only, go to program homepage, scroll down and click to "Contact us".