Batch Wiiscrubber?

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  1. jznomoney
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    jznomoney Member

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    is there a way to do batch scrubbing of iso files? I have a whole folder of games but I want to scrub them to use less space on my hard drive.
     
  2. giantpune

    giantpune GBAtemp Addict

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    you can do it with a command line. there is a CLI wiiscrubber and winrar actually uses a CLI in the background. just make a command to scrub a game, rar it up, and then delete the original ISO.
     
  3. jznomoney
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    Do you know where to get the wiiscrubber with command line for windows?
     
  4. Wiimm

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    wit (a tool of package WWT) can copy and/or scrub and/or convert iso files. It is designed for batch mode.

    Examples:
    Code:
    # copy all ISO files (plain, wdf, wbfs or ciso) in src_dir to dest_dir, 
    # convert them into ciso and give them nice names ('%X'). 
    # scrubbing is enabled by default
    wit copy src_dir -d dest_dir/%X --ciso --test
    
    # in place scrubbing: scrub all files names *.iso
    wit scrub *.iso --test
    
    # in place scrubbing with removing of update sections. 
    # The pointÂÂmeans: all ISO files of the current directory
    wit scrub . --psel=no-update --test
    
    # the --test option enables test mode => show only things that would be done
    # remove --test to activate the commands
    
    # the option --recurse (or -r) followed by a directory means: 
    # search the directory recursively for iso files and use them all as source
     
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