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Windows 7: Auto Extract Rar/Zip files

28 Dec 2012   #1

WIN 7 x64
 
 
Auto Extract Rar/Zip files

Hello Folks,
I turn to you yet again for some guidance for a tool or software which will auto extract rar and zip files once they complete in vuze/azures. I would like to have option to extract each files in their own folder instead of one big folder.

Thanks for guidance.


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29 Dec 2012   #2

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

If you can consider using uTorrent, these two pages might help,

Automatically unRAR Your Torrents Using uTorrent - FileShareFreak
AutoExtractor

I would have asked you search in Vuze's forums, but apparently no one is interested,

Vuze Forums: Winrar Auto Extract Plugin! Does it ...
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29 Dec 2012   #3

WIN 7 x64
 
 

Yeah Utorrent and me don't work very vell...and i have paid vuze pro so i rather use that...and i have searched forms on Vuze but u r right no one is interested!
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30 Dec 2012   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Here's a plugin that might help with Forz19's answer - Azureus, now called Vuze : Plugin Details for Command Runner

You may like to write your own .bat file making use of the %D and %K parameters in particular.
%D gives you the option of storing the bat file where ever you like.

Not sure about the %K if it tells if it's a single file or multiple files in a torrent or something else. It could be useful if it's tells single/multiple files as it could be you to determine what to extract. For example with a RAR file split into multiple parts you wouldn't tell the bat file to extract all rar files you'll only need the first.

I don't use Vuze but I did check it out on a Virtual PC so I might be able to help if you know nothing about .bat files but you could use VB Script or PowerShell if you know them.
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30 Dec 2012   #5

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

You could use this CMD file,

Code:
@REM ------- BEGIN demo.cmd ----------------
@setlocal
@echo off
set path="%programfiles%\WinRAR";%path%
for /F %%i in ('dir /s/b *.rar') do call :do_extract "%%i"
goto :eof

:do_extract
echo %1
mkdir %~1.extracted
pushd %~1.extracted
unrar e %1
popd

REM ------- END demo.cmd ------------------
Store it wherever you want, and point the Command Runner Plugin mentioned by Duzzy to it. For example I'll make that D:\unrar.cmd. Then I'll point Command Runner to

Code:
D:\unrar.cmd "%D\%F"
Code courtesy of "anon" from this forum.
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30 Dec 2012   #6

WIN 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Duzzy View Post
Here's a plugin that might help with Forz19's answer - Azureus, now called Vuze : Plugin Details for Command Runner

You may like to write your own .bat file making use of the %D and %K parameters in particular.
%D gives you the option of storing the bat file where ever you like.

Not sure about the %K if it tells if it's a single file or multiple files in a torrent or something else. It could be useful if it's tells single/multiple files as it could be you to determine what to extract. For example with a RAR file split into multiple parts you wouldn't tell the bat file to extract all rar files you'll only need the first.

I don't use Vuze but I did check it out on a Virtual PC so I might be able to help if you know nothing about .bat files but you could use VB Script or PowerShell if you know them.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Forz19 View Post
You could use this CMD file,

Code:
@REM ------- BEGIN demo.cmd ----------------
@setlocal
@echo off
set path="%programfiles%\WinRAR";%path%
for /F %%i in ('dir /s/b *.rar') do call :do_extract "%%i"
goto :eof

:do_extract
echo %1
mkdir %~1.extracted
pushd %~1.extracted
unrar e %1
popd

REM ------- END demo.cmd ------------------
Store it wherever you want, and point the Command Runner Plugin mentioned by Duzzy to it. For example I'll make that D:\unrar.cmd. Then I'll point Command Runner to

Code:
D:\unrar.cmd "%D\%F"
Code courtesy of "anon" form this forum.
Wow is all i can say since i have no idea on how to use either one of them. bat file or cmd prompt...it's been long! But i would appreciate either one of you walking me through steps on how to set this up so i can extract each file in their own folder...my drive is D and folder is _Download and then each TV show has their own folders...so i wanna be able to extract each show in their directory. sorry if i am making it too complicated guys!
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30 Dec 2012   #7

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Ok...Don't know if this'll work...

Open Notepad.
Enter this code

Code:
@REM ------- BEGIN demo.cmd ----------------
@setlocal
@echo off
set path="%programfiles%\WinRAR";%path%
for /F %%i in ('dir /s/b *.rar') do call :do_extract "%%i"
goto :eof

:do_extract
echo %1
mkdir %~1.extracted
pushd %~1.extracted
unrar e %1
popd

REM ------- END demo.cmd ------------------
in the file.
Save it as unrar.bat in D:/ drive
Install the Command Runner Plugin Duzzy mentioned if you haven't already.
Point Command Runner Plugin (I dunno - maybe in it's options?) to

Code:
D:\unrar.cmd "%D\%F"
and try it out.
Hope that works, if not then i'm sure Duzzy'll be able to guide you better.


Code courtesy of "anon" from this forum.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
30 Dec 2012   #8

WIN 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Forz19 View Post
Ok...Don't know if this'll work...

Open Notepad.
Enter this code

Code:
@REM ------- BEGIN demo.cmd ----------------
@setlocal
@echo off
set path="%programfiles%\WinRAR";%path%
for /F %%i in ('dir /s/b *.rar') do call :do_extract "%%i"
goto :eof

:do_extract
echo %1
mkdir %~1.extracted
pushd %~1.extracted
unrar e %1
popd

REM ------- END demo.cmd ------------------
in the file.
Save it as unrar.bat in D:/ drive
Install the Command Runner Plugin Duzzy mentioned if you haven't already.
Point Command Runner Plugin (I dunno - maybe in it's options?) to

Code:
D:\unrar.cmd "%D\%F"
and try it out.
Hope that works, if not then i'm sure Duzzy'll be able to guide you better.


Code courtesy of "anon" from this forum.
Tried it but it just make directory of dl file in the file it self but noting in there...so lets say i downloaded a file that has 5 .rar file with name abc.rar so when that command i run manually by clicking the bat file it just makes a folder name abc.rar/abc/ but noting in the folder. also i cannot set it up in vuze...if someone can make lil screenshot on how to install and run it correctly would be greatly appreciated...thanks for your help guys so far!
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31 Dec 2012   #9

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Give me day maybe 2.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
31 Dec 2012   #10

WIN 7 x64
 
 

ok i will just keep checking...if u need i can send u ss of my set up of hard drive and vuze installation folder!
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