[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
I don't know what pipe means. Is that the | symbol in the example?

EDIT:

I changed the batch file to C:\Python34\python.exe G:\texturecache.py jd movies | C:\Python34\python.exe G:\mklocal.py --local f:\Movies --prefix F:\Movies --artwork fanart poster --output fixup.dat

but then it says 'bad prefix [kodi path does not match prefix]'

EDIT2: I seem to be able to get something done, but only for f:\movies\. However, my movies are on a multipath source: how does that work with arguments? Do I just put multiple instances of --local in the command?

EDIT3: Well, That didn't work. I don't know python or anything, so this is too hard for me. I'm just tryin stuff, stumbling along, it's really demotivational. I just don't understand the logic, nor the explanation in the other thread.

Any help is appreciated.
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