|OK I've got a batch script that renames my files to 1.mp3, 2.mp3, 3.mp3 & stores the original names in a text file for renaming later. Thats step1 :D|
I also have a batch file to rename the files back to there original names (step3).
I'm having issues with step2
I'd like to be able to use a for command to run through the renamed mp3's i.e. 1.mp3, 2.mp3 etc (which is why I numbered them) and DO a copy /b /y 1.mp3 + %DATE% + %TIME% 1.mp3 (replacing the 1's with each iteration of the loop OR a SET variable.
I have tried "!J!.mp3 + %anything%" "!J!.mp3" & all kinds of different configurations (i.e. with & without ""!! & more) & am getting nowhere.
I am relatively new to scripting & have been able to find many useful tips all over, unfortunately my knowledge is limited & I'm obviously failing to understand the "examples" I've seen as I'm unable to get it working after 6 days of non stop searching trying & scratching my head I thought it time to ask lol.
Thanks in advance for any help/advice.