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shankey

Saving a File.

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Hi,

I am new to autoit and it is very very good. :) I am trying to create a GUI for ffmpeg to create DVDs. For adding subtitles, it is necessary to use a command line tool called spumux. It is necessary to create an xml file with the necessary tags. I have opened a file using the fileopen tag. Is there a way to save the file without the save file dialog? The code is below.

_FileCreate($temp)

$file=FileOpen($temp, 2)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 1, '<subpictures>',1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 2, '<stream>', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 3, '<textsub filename="' & $sub_data & '" characterset="ISO8859-1"', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 4, 'fontsize="' & $txt & '" font="arial.ttf" horizontal-alignment="center"', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 5, 'vertical-alignment="bottom" left-margin="60" right-margin="60"', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 6, 'top-margin="20" bottom-margin="30" subtitle-fps="' & $fps & '"', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 7, 'movie-fps="' & $fps_mov & '" movie-width="' & $Resolution[1] & '" movie-height="' & $Resolution[2] & '"', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 8, '/>',1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 9, '</stream>', 1)

_FileWriteToLine($file, 10, '</subpictures>', 1)

When I check in the directory there is an xml file but the size is 0 bytes. Will the fileclose tag save the contents before it closes?

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$file=FileOpen($temp, 2+8); 2 = Write mode 8 = Create directory structure if it doesn't exist 

; I prefer using FileWriteLine since you doesn't need to write to line 5,2,3,4,8,9,1 etc.
FileWriteLine($file, '<subpictures>')
FileWriteLine($file, '<stream>')
FileWriteLine($file, '<textsub filename="' & $sub_data & '" characterset="ISO8859-1"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'fontsize="' & $txt & '" font="arial.ttf" horizontal-alignment="center"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'vertical-alignment="bottom" left-margin="60" right-margin="60"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'top-margin="20" bottom-margin="30" subtitle-fps="' & $fps & '"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'movie-fps="' & $fps_mov & '" movie-width="' & $Resolution[1] & '" movie-height="' & $Resolution[2] & '"')
FileWriteLine($file, '/>')
FileWriteLine($file, '</stream>')
FileWriteLine($file, '</subpictures>')
FileClose($file)

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$file=FileOpen($temp, 2+8); 2 = Write mode 8 = Create directory structure if it doesn't exist 

; I prefer using FileWriteLine since you doesn't need to write to line 5,2,3,4,8,9,1 etc.
FileWriteLine($file, '<subpictures>')
FileWriteLine($file, '<stream>')
FileWriteLine($file, '<textsub filename="' & $sub_data & '" characterset="ISO8859-1"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'fontsize="' & $txt & '" font="arial.ttf" horizontal-alignment="center"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'vertical-alignment="bottom" left-margin="60" right-margin="60"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'top-margin="20" bottom-margin="30" subtitle-fps="' & $fps & '"')
FileWriteLine($file, 'movie-fps="' & $fps_mov & '" movie-width="' & $Resolution[1] & '" movie-height="' & $Resolution[2] & '"')
FileWriteLine($file, '/>')
FileWriteLine($file, '</stream>')
FileWriteLine($file, '</subpictures>')
FileClose($file)

Wow. Thanks... That did the trick... Thanks again... :)

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