AniDB O'Matic - Documentation: Command line parameters
The following command line options are available in AoM.6 and forward:
/basepath "full directory path"
This modifies the base path for all files aom creates.
Default: 'Local application data folder'\AniDB\AoM
Example: aom.exe /basepath "C:\temp"
/settings "full file path"
Allows you to store your settings in a custom location.
Example: aom.exe /settings "C:\temp\settings.xml"
/database "folder name"
Name of the subfolder AniDB cache files will be stored.
Example: aom.exe /database "anidbdata"
/localdatabase "folder name"
Name of the subfolder user created data will be stored.
Example: aom.exe /localdatabase "localdata"
Clears the data AoM has stored locally. Parameters:
- A: Clears cached AniDB data.
- L: Clears user created data. (except settings)
- AL: Clears both cached AniDB data and user created data. (except settings)
Example: aom.exe /clear A
|Warning||You most likely do not want to clear your user data as it is not stored by AniDB.|
Adding files to be hashed
You can add files and folders to be hashed by passing the file/folder to aom.exe.
aom.exe "C:\temp\afile.avi" "C:\temp\afolder" "C:\temp\anotherfolder\bfile.avi"
- The 'Local application data folder' is the default windows folder applications should store data in. For example, in English Vista 64-bit this folder is "C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Local".