Multiple Image Resizer .NET v4.5.2
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Command Line Arguments (MirDotNetScript.exe)

Multiple Image Resizer .NET script engine (MirDotNetScript.exe) has a number of command line arguments.

Each command line argument is explained below:

/multicore

By default the software detects if your machine has a multi-core processer (CPU) and either enables or disables multi-core image processing appropriately. This command line argument can be used to force the software to enable or disable multi-core processing as required.

Usage - Disable Multi-core Processing:

MirDotNetScript.exe /multicore=0

Usage - Enable Multi-core Processing:

MirDotNetScript.exe /multicore=1

 

/maxparallel

When the software detects your machine has a multi-core processer (CPU) the software parallelizes images in batches. By default the software parallelizes images in batches of 4, this value can be overridden using this command line argument. This can improve or decrease multi-core processing performance depending on the many factors, we recommend that you do not use this command line option unless you have contacted technical support first!

Usage - Set images per parallelization batch to 8:

MirDotNetScript.exe /maxparallel=8

Usage - Set images per parallelization batch to 16:

MirDotNetScript.exe /maxparallel=16

 

/scriptfile

This command line argument is specifically to do with the batch command line scripting feature that is built into the software. Please see the Scripting section of the Help file for full details on the usage of this command line argument.

 

/imagelistfile

This command line argument is specifically to do with the batch command line scripting feature that is built into the software. Please see the Scripting section of the Help file for full details on the usage of this command line argument.

 

/silent

This command line argument is specifically to do with the batch command line scripting feature that is built into the software. When used with other scripting command line arguments this option suppresses all scripting output messages. We recommend usage of this argument if you are calling the scripting functionality from batch files.

 

/log

This command line argument is specifically to do with the batch command line scripting feature that is built into the software. When used with other scripting command line arguments this option sends all scripting output messages to a log file.

Usage - Output script output messages to a log file located at "C:\MirLog.txt":

/log="C:\MirLog.txt"