convert multiple files with PEAK Converter

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U.Wilhelm
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convert multiple files with PEAK Converter

Post by U.Wilhelm » Fri 30. Sep 2016, 12:04

If you have many Trace files (for exapmple btr or trc files from our Hard & Software Tools) and need to convert them with our PEAK Converter, you could use a simple batch file to save work.
Simply run the command line option to convert more than one file in a batch.

Here a sample how to convert all Sessions of *.btr files in the current directory to the PCAN Trace Format 2.0 format. Target is a user definded directory:

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@echo on
For %%i In ("*.btr") do PEAK-Converter.exe %%i /TF:PCAN /TC:1.3 /TD="C:\Users\Admin\Desktop\TEST Converter"
More Info could be found in the Help File of the converter.
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snieves77
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Re: convert multiple files with PEAK Converter

Post by snieves77 » Thu 14. Sep 2017, 00:08

The help files that get downloaded with the converter are blank. I'm trying to batch convert files but I want it to maintain the filename. Can you point me in the right direction?

Thanks!
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K.Wagner
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Re: convert multiple files with PEAK Converter

Post by K.Wagner » Thu 14. Sep 2017, 08:45

Dear,

your file seems to be blocked by Windows Security. This is normal when downloading *.CHM files from the internet. Just open the properties of the help file "PEAK-Converter_en-US.chm" (e.g. by right clicking on the file, and selecting "Properties"), and unlock the file. According to your Windows version, you will see

an "Unlock button",
Unlock using a button
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or an "Unlock check box"
Unlock using a checkbox
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Best regards,
Keneth

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