march 18th 2013 corrected something that prevented Daz Studio 3's "add folder" button from working ( the same variable was used to hold 2 buttons )
December 7th 2012 initial release
January 27 2012 now remembers previously browsed folder path, uses /e instead of \e as the xcopy switch
This script will help Daz Studio content creators package their products for distribution;
This script should only be used by persons familiar with MSDOS and batch files.
The batch files produced by this script have the potential to destroy irreplaceable files!
Unzip the attach zip file in your Daz Studio content folder
typically this means something like
C:\Users\UserName\Documents\DAZ 3D\Studio\My Library
C:\Program Files (x86)\DAZ\Studio\content
if the installation went well, you will find the script in
Daz Studio Formats / My Library / Scripts / mcasual
studio / scripts / mcasual
Warning : this script should only be used by someone familiar with msDos and batch files.
1 - Select a Daz Studio library folder. Example: C:/Users/UserName/Documents/DAZ 3D/Studio/My Library
2 - Build the list of files and folders to be packaged. Only files and folder within the selected Library will be considered.
4 - Create the batch file using the "Create Batch File" button. Example: mcjGenesisDress.bat
5 - Run the batch file, manually or using the "Run Batch File" button.
All the Files and folders in the package list will be copied to a folder with the same name as the batch file filename.
This folder will be located in the same folder as the batch file
in the example shown below the batch file mcjGenesisDress.bat was created in the folder c:\teleblender\
The batch file in turn created a folder named mcjGenesisDress in the folder c:\teleblender\
here is the structure of the c:\teleblender\mcjGenesisDress folder