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Old 11-02-2008, 08:09 AM   #1
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Default Batch move

From the old DOS days it was possible to move files of a set extension, keeping the directory structure, I think it was called XMOVE.

I want to do the same- I have my music collection, with lossy and lossless music. Move all MP3's, OGG etc to another directory. That way I can slowly replace the MP3 collection with flac, deleting the Mp3 albums as I go along.

Is there anyway of doing this in Windows/command prompt?

Had to resort to known method in command prompt , xcopy *.mp3 E: /s method. Annoying if you don't have space elseware to do this.
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