Nerocmd and renaming files

vbimport

#1

Hi there, apologies if this has been discussed elsewhere but search came up with nothing.

I’m trying to burn various multisessions on a DVD-r via the nerocmd, which is working fine with no problems. However, when I use the nero gui I get the ability to ‘rename’ tracks on the disk without having to go and rename the source file.

I was wondering if there was a switch I’m missing that would allow me to rename the filename on the disk keeping the source filename the same?

Here is the current list of switches I’m using:


nerocmd --write --real --drivename f --recursive --speed 8 --iso "Something"
--iso-mode2 --close_session --detect_non_empty_disc --underrun_prot --import_iso_only
--import --dvd --media_type media+dvd+m+rw --no_user_interaction "c:\file.txt"

For example I’d like to in the above example, burn file.txt and have it called say, “hellothere.txt” on the disk, which I can do via the nero gui.

I had a look at the various ISO track options that I can use:


 | --system_     | [text] is the "system identifier" of an ISO track.
 |  identifier   |
 |  [text]       |
 |_______________|
 | --volume_set  | [text] is the "volume set" of an ISO track.
 |  [text]       |
 |_______________|
 | --publisher   | [text] is the "publisher" of an ISO track.
 |  [text]       |
 |_______________|
 | --data_       | [text] is the "data preparer" of an ISO track.
 |preparer [text]|
 |_______________|
 | --application | [text] is the "application" of an ISO track.
 |  [text]      |
 |_______________|
 | --copyright   | [text] is the "copyright" of an ISO track.
 |  [text]       |
 |_______________|
 | --abstract    | [text] is the "abstract" of an ISO track.
 |  [text]       |
 |_______________|
 |--bibliographic| [text] is the "bibliographic" of an ISO track.
 |  [text]       |
 |_______________|

Would this have anything to do with it?

I greatly appreciate any input anyone can give.

Cheers,

Vesech.


#2

NeroCMD is able to burn files and directories only with theirs original names. Renaming is currently not supported by NeroCMD.


#3

Oh, that is sad to know :frowning:

Thank you for your quick response,

Gavin