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Re: foo_run 0.3.8

Reply #700
How can I open selected files with Serato? I also have foo_run_group, but I can't find a solution.
Thanks in advance , if anyone can help.

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"C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Audacity\audacity.exe" "%_path%"

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"C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Serato\Serato.exe" "%_path%"
Use the answer from previous reply but replacing audacity path with serato path. If Serato is able to load files with command line, that should work. Otherwise it's a limitation of Serato. Try it first on command line, what works there... works on foo_run (translating full file path to "%_path%")

Re: foo_run 0.3.8

Reply #701

Edit to real path
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"C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Serato\Serato.exe" "%_path%"
Use the answer from previous reply but replacing audacity path with serato path. If Serato is able to load files with command line, that should work. Otherwise it's a limitation of Serato. Try it first on command line, what works there... works on foo_run (translating full file path to "%_path%")
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@regor, I use Serato for x64 so it will be like this : "C:\Program Files\Serato\Serato DJ Pro\Serato DJ Pro.exe" "%_path%"
Serato opens indeed but without opening any file ( I tried with command line too but the result is the same), just starts and that's it. This is a solution that I was looking for a long time, but unfortunately without any result. It seems it might be a limitation of Serato....
What I wanted was to select let's say 10 . or 30 (or any number) files and open the files in Serato.
I was hoping that maybe it would be possible with foo_run_group (this component allows you to open a group of selected files)

Re: foo_run 0.3.8

Reply #702

Edit to real path
Quote
"C:\Program Files '('x86')'\Serato\Serato.exe" "%_path%"
Use the answer from previous reply but replacing audacity path with serato path. If Serato is able to load files with command line, that should work. Otherwise it's a limitation of Serato. Try it first on command line, what works there... works on foo_run (translating full file path to "%_path%")
@regor, I use Serato for x64 so it will be like this : "C:\Program Files\Serato\Serato DJ Pro\Serato DJ Pro.exe" "%_path%"
Serato opens indeed but without opening any file ( I tried with command line too but the result is the same), just starts and that's it. This is a solution that I was looking for a long time, but unfortunately without any result. It seems it might be a limitation of Serato....
What I wanted was to select let's say 10 . or 30 (or any number) files and open the files in Serato.
I was hoping that maybe it would be possible with foo_run_group (this component allows you to open a group of selected files)

If it doesn't work on command line, then you are out of luck. This plugin only uses command line under the hood. It's a problem by Serato (you may ask at support to implement command line file loading).

Re: foo_run 0.3.8

Reply #703
I'm way in over my head here trying to write a powershell equivalent to a Linux command I use (using wsl) for someone without wsl.

I've got the command working from Powershell:
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(& 'C:\Program Files\_personalInstalls\_portable\encoders\flac\metaflac.exe' --show-tag CUESHEET --no-utf8-convert 'D:\MUSIC.conversion\FLAC\Coldplay - Music Of The Spheres.flac' | ? {$_.trim() -ne '' }).replace('cuesheet=', '').replace('CDImage.wav', 'Coldplay - Music Of The Spheres.flac') | Set-Content 'D:\MUSIC.conversion\FLAC\Coldplay - Music Of The Spheres.cue'

and by prefixing and quoting it I can get it working from a command prompt
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powershell -command "above code here"
But I can't get it working from foo_run.

If I add -noexit I can see that it's opening a powershell session, but it doesn't seem to do anything.