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WinTVCap_GUI.jar

The only commandline option for WinTVCap_GUI is the channel name, which exits in the WinTVCap.ini. With this you can start a record with the DVD profile immediately.

for example: javaw -jar WinTVCap_GUI.jar CNN



ReDeMPG.jar

Application = -application  <Name of the Application>
You can use any capture application you like. How that works you read at Extended Scheduler.
ATTENTION: If you want to record with the standard applications WinTVCap or WinTV2K you must not use this option.
BUT: If you want to use GBRecord you have to set this to GBRecord.

Channel = -p <Channel name or channel number>
When you schedule for WinTV2K you have to use a channel number. When you want to use WinTVCap you have to use a channel name.
(ATTENTION: Order the channels in the PRESET of WinTV2K like in the PRESET of the WinTVCap.ini.)

The applications WinTV2K and WinTVCap are build in. How to set up the channels for an other capture application you have to read in its manual.

Start recording = -startr:<File name>
Here you set up the file name of the recording.

Please pay attention that WinTV2K don't allows path values and WinTVCap don't accepts "" in the file name.

Recording quality = -profile:<Quality profile> (WinTVCap/alternative applications)
This is the setting for the record quality, if the record is for WinTVCap or an alternative application from the application list of the extended scheduler.
(ATTENTION: The record application have to know that quality.)

Record quality = -q:<Quality profile> (WinTV2K)
You have to use this option, if the record is for WinTV2K.
(ATTENTION: The quality have to be in the settings of WinTV2K.)

Duration of the record = -seconds:<Seconds> (WinTVCap, alternative application)
You have to use the duration of the record in seconds, this is for WinTVCap and an alternative application.

Duration of the record = -limit:<Seconds> (WinTV2K)
Here you set up the duration of the record in seconds, this is only for WinTV2K.

Priority of the record = -pri <Number>
This sets up the priority of the record. A higher priority lets the running record stopping, and starts the new record. In all other cases the new record will not be done. After a time of 1 to 24 hours the record priority expires and all new ones will stops the old one. This time you set up at settings. (Values from 1 to 10 for priority)

Demux = /d (Optional)
If you use this option the recorded video will be split in video stream and audio stream, the original video file will be save. This works only with the external tool PVAStrumento. The streams can be cut with for example MPEG2Schnitt.

Hibernate = /h (Optional)
If this option is used Windows will be hibernated or set to standby (if it is selected in the settings) after the record is done. This works only with the external tool Poweroff 3.0. Please don't use this option together with /s.

Standby = /sb (Optional)
This option has the same function as /h.

Shutdown = /s (Optional)
If this option is used Windows will be shut down after the record is done. This works only with the external tool Poweroff 3.0. Please don't use this option together with /h.

Restart = /r (Optional)
With this switch you can overwrite the setting of the restart function. That means the task always restarts Windows before the recording starts.

No restart = /nr (Optional)
With this switch you can overwrite the setting of the restart function. That means the task never restarts Windows before the recording starts.

Find file name automatically= /fn (Optional)
If you use this switch a _### at the end of the file name will be replace with a number. This will protect of overwriting an existing file.

Example for a recording with WinTVCap:

javaw.exe -jar C:\Programme\WinTVCap_GUI\ReDeMPG.jar -p RTL -startr:Toy_Story_2_###.mpg -profile:DVD -seconds:7800 /d /h -pri 5



ScheduleRecordTasks.jar


Task operation = /create or /delete
This option let the program know if a task is to build (/create) or is to be deleted (/delete).

Task name = -taskname <Name of the tasks>
Here you set up the name of the taks. If you want to delete a task you only have to use this option and /delete.

Record application = -application <WinTVCap, WinTV2K r alternative application>
When you want record with WinTVCap you have to set this to WinTVCap. If you want WinTV2K you have to set this to WinTV2K. For GBRecord set this to GBRecord. For an alternative applicationen you have to set this to the name which you have added to the Extended Scheduler application list.

You can use any capture application you like. How that works you read at Extended Scheduler.

Sender = -channel <Channel name or number>
For WinTVCap you have to use the channel name you had used in the WinTVCap.ini under [PRESETS]. WinTV2K you have to uses a number that represents the channel number in the preset of WinTV2K.
How this is to use with an external application you have to read in its documentation.

Start time = -starttime <hh:mm>
Here you have to set up the start time in 24h format without seconds.
for example: 14:56 for 2:56 PM

Start date = -startdate <mm/dd/yyyy>
Here you have to set up the date in the following format: month/day/year.
for example: 01/12/2005 for January 12, 2005

File name = -filename <Name of the video file>
With this option you set up the file name.
If the file name contains white spaces you have to embed it in "". Please pay attention: WinTV2K don't accepts a path value.
Record quality = -quality <Quality profile>
Quality of the record.
(ATTENTION: The value have to be known of the used application.)

Duration of the recording = -seconds <Seconds>
Set this to the record duration in seconds.

Use other settings = /settings <Path to the settings> (Optional)
If you want to use other settings, for example for scheduling over a network, you have to use this option.

Demux = /demux (Optional)
If you use this option the recorded video will be split in video stream and audio stream, the original video file will be save. This works only with the external tool PVAStrumento. The streams can be cut with MPEG2Schnitt for example.

Hibernate = /hibernate (Optional)
If this option is used Windows will be hibernated or set to standby (if it is selected in the settings) after the record is done. This works only with the external tool Poweroff 3.0. Please don't use this option together with /shutdown.

Standby = /standby (Optional)
This option has the same function as /hibernate.

Shutdown = /shutdown (Optional)
If this option is used Windows will be shut down after the record is done. This works only with the external tool Poweroff 3.0. Please don't use this option together with /hibernate.

Find file name automatically = /find (Optional)
If you use this switch a _### at the end of the file name will be replace with a number. This will protect of overwriting an existing file.

No dialog to set up the task settings = /nogui (Optional)
If you only want to use the command line to set up the task, you have to use this switch.

task type = -type <Once/Weekly/Daily> (Optional)
When you set up the task at the command line only, you can use this to set up the task type.
If you don't use this the task type will be set to Once.

Days of week for Weekly tasks = -days <UMTWRFA> (Optional)
When you set up a Weekly task with the command line only, you can use this to set up the days of week. You have to use the correct order.

U = Sunday
M = Monday
T = Tuesday
W = Wednesday
R = Thursday
F = Friday
A = Saturday

Example: If you want to let the task start on a Monday and a Friday this setting have to be:
-days MF

If you don't use this, the task will be created for all days of the week.

Priority = -priority <number> (Optional)
With this you set up the priority for a task that is created through commandline only. The suggested values are 1-10.
If you don't use this setting the task will have the priority 1.

Example for a task scheduling:

javaw.exe -jar C:\Programme\WinTVCap_GUI\ScheduleRecordTasks.jar /create /taskname task1 /application WinTV2K /channel 2 /starttime 13:24 /startdate 12/24/2004 /filename weihnachten_2004 /quality DVD /seconds 12000 /demux /hibernate


Tasklist.jar

If you want to start the Tasklist with the tasks of an other computer in the network you can use this:

/settings <Path to the settings>

The path have to direct to the settings you want to use, for example a network file sharing with the settings.

for example: javaw -jar Tasklist.jar /settings u:\