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Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Ffmpeg Post 303006319 by Yoda on Tuesday 31st of October 2017 11:43:12 AM
The code that you posted above is not a shell script but a Batch File

You can search online for Batch file tutorials to learn more about it.
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PTBATCHER(1)							       HUGIN							      PTBATCHER(1)

NAME
PTBatcher - CLI interface to Hugin Batch processor SYNOPSIS
PTBatcher [options] -a input.pto DESCRIPTION
PTBatcher Queues and processes stitching projects. Functionality is similar to the the GUI Hugin Batch Processor. The default action with the -a parameter is to add the specified project to the stitching queue and exit. The stitching queue may be processed by the GUI Hugin Batch Processor application, or by PTBatcher without a GUI, but not by both at the same time. To process the queue with PTBatcher use the -b parameter. OPTIONS
-a file add project to queue. Unless -o option is present, the default prefix is appointed. -o output prefix (together with -a option) -l list all projects in batch queue -c clear all projects from batch queue -x id remove project with specified id -r reset all projects to waiting status -b start batch process -p use parallel processing (together with -b option) -d delete .pto files when complete (together with -b option) -s shutdown computer when complete (together with -b option) -v verbose mode -h print this help SEE ALSO
hugin(1) PTBatcherGUI(1) AUTHORS
Thomas Modes, Marko Kuder "Version: 2011.4.0" 2011-12-02 PTBATCHER(1)

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