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biotom said almost 12 years ago:useless (could be usefull for beginners, does nothing to help with memory issue)
Joojaa said almost 13 years ago:Its a okay software to those who cant for some reason touch a batch shell. The workaround is not actualy a new one its been used on all major studios since the dawn of time ;) Alltough more in spirit of suide effect than by design. Now all it needs a a dispacgher routine. ;) Personaly i will still sue the commandline for loop. :D Alo note this is not the best utility of thiskind ive seen for free. But i suppose it works. For those of you who dont know how to do this manualuiy i suggest you do learn sicne it opens up possibilities beyond your widlest dreams. PS its not realy a workaround