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Thread: Batch converting, but copying rather than converting same type

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    Batch converting, but copying rather than converting same type

    I want to convert a large quantity of various formats of files to AAC.. A percentage of those files are AAC and I want those to be included in the converted batch.. Rather than convert from AAC to AAC, is there an option to copy the file to the destination?

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    Re: Batch converting, but copying rather than converting same type

    If you use Batch Converter, select the folders, then click the list button at the top and sort on Type, then you can exclude the ones not required.

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    Re: Batch converting, but copying rather than converting same type

    Thanks..
    If i do that, wont it just leave the excluded files behind rather than bring them across to the new destination?

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    Re: Batch converting, but copying rather than converting same type

    Sorry yes you are correct, you would have to have a batch file copy and run it from dos, sort of xcopy *.m4a (..rest of command line)

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