A little .cmd script can do this. Just let AnyDVD enabled (as it always ahould be) and do the copy & co. from a batch file.hi all,
Thank you for the replies.
I am trying to upload media onto a server, for students to access as a course.
So for uploading i need to do some tasks on the media like, rip it, hint it, convert it to a special format (mov/mp3 etc). So I want all these tasks to be sceduled to be done for later, so when i am trying to schedule, i want the dvd contents to be copied on to the hard disk, so that even iforget to put the dvd in the drive, the scheduling should continue, and for that i need the dvd data, and as far as I saw AnyDVD takes around 15 mins to copy, so if I has a cli, i can call the anyDVD thru my java programs.