_ (7).mp4 VERIFIED
I would like to rename all .jpg files in a specific folder in format yyyymmdd_SequenceNumber to include an underscore after yyyy and also after mm. So, for example, a file named 20200712_123456.jpg would be renamed 2020_07_12_123456.jpg. Should work for all .jpg files in the folder, and optimally for all .mp4 files as well. The following code ALMOST works, except that the very first .jpg filename is changed to 2020__07_12_123456.jpg (note the double underscores). All other files are renamed just fine.
I have been searching for days to make a good working GUI script with .mp4 file. But I want the .mp4 file to repeat in a loop. mp4 plays in screen, but after mp4 is finished, it is not repeating. I want to repeat it during the whole script. I searched and searched, but can't find an option for repeating. I think the wmp player needs a repeat input during use of script, but Windows does not have that command line for it.
with apenas use while 1 para loop infinito file above I got lots of errors in script. And when I look at that script it is for GUI to leave GUI open until time inintiated. Isn't it? That wat not what I ment in my question. GUI screen works perfectly with the script I have attaced, but mp4 is only 10 seconds long. And I want to repeat the voorbeeld.mp4 untill gui screen stopt by initiated script.
MPEG-4 is an International Standards Organization (ISO) specification that covers many aspects of multimedia presentation including compression, authoring and delivery. Although video compression and file container definition are two separate and independent entities of the MPEG-4 specification, many people incorrectly believe that the two are interchangeable. You can implement only portions of the MPEG-4 specification and remain compliant with the standard.The MPEG-4 file format, as defined by the MPEG-4 specification, contains MPEG-4 encoded video and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)-encoded audio content. It typically uses the .mp4 extension. Windows Media Player does not support the playback of the .mp4 file format. You can play back .mp4 media files in Windows Media Player when you install DirectShow-compatible MPEG-4 decoder packs. DirectShow-compatible MPEG-4 decoder packs include the Ligos LSX-MPEG Player and the EnvivioTV.For more information about the Ligos LSX-MPEG Player, visit the following Ligos Web site: 041b061a72