Batch Manager to shut down computer when finished.

Soren

New member
Hi I'm new here and have looked through the forum to see if it is possible to get the batch manager to turn off the computer once a list of jobs have been processed but I can't seem to find the answer.

I would find it really handy if you had the choice, as in FileZilla, to either do nothing or shut down computer or even restart once a batch of jobs had been done.

Cheers Soren
 

Soren

New member
Hi I'm new here and have looked through the forum to see if it is possible to get the batch manager to turn off the computer once a list of jobs have been processed but I can't seem to find the answer.

I would find it really handy if you had the choice, as in FileZilla, to either do nothing or shut down computer or even restart once a batch of jobs had been done.

Cheers Soren
Sorry should have mentioned that I'm using VideoReDo TVSuite version 5.1.2.737 running on Windows 10.
 

XYJkC1kkzZyG

New member
I support this request.

It would be helpful to do all the cuts for many files, put them into the batch manager, and run the queue while sleeping. When the job is done, the system could be shut down.

The alternative would be, that there is an "execute after batch is done" feature: when the batch is processed, an external program is launched. This could be anything, including a tool that switches off the computer or executes the windows shutdown command.

Both be great. The latter would be the most flexible option.
 
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Danr

Administrator
Staff member
The alternative would be, that there is an "execute after batch is done" feature: when the batch is processed, an external program is launched. This could be anything, including a tool that switches off the computer or executes the windows shutdown command.
That might be a more general approach. Starting with Vista shutdown requires special privileges which can be a pain for an inexperienced user to setup and maintain.
 
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