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LostInTheWest

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I'm trying to use Expressburn in command line mode. I can get it to load the files, and pop up the burn dialog but is there a way to completely automate the burn? Now you have to click the burn button. Is there an option to the -burn command that isn't documented? Anyone else got this to work?

 

"C:\Program Files (x86)\NCH Software\ExpressBurn\expressburn" -clear -drive e -type audio -list a.txt -burn -exit

 

Thanks.

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Hey, LostInTheWest.

You posted the one question I am here to find answers to. And nobody answered you.

Although I see you posted in 2015, I am going to go out on a limb and ask where you found the documentation that supplied the arguments to the command in your example above.

Thanks,

 

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