nwc-conv: version 2.1This program is a front end command to the file convert optionsavailable in the main NoteWorthy Composer program. It must belocated in the same folder as the main NWC program.Usage: nwc-conv IN_FMT OUT_FMT [-h|-v|-0|-1]IN_FMT This specifies the input file or format that will be used. This can be the name of a *.nwc or *.nwctxt file, or if STDIN is used, it should indicate "NWC" or "NWCTXT".OUT_FMT This specifies the output file or format that will be used. The format can be one of NWC, NWCTXT, MID, or INFO, but may not be the same as the IN_FMT. This can be the name of the intended output file, or just the the format name if STDOUT is used.-h Shows this help message-v Shows the program name and version-0 Use type 0 when converting to MIDI-1 Use type 1 when converting to MIDIExample: nwc-conv NWCTXT "out\test.mid" -1 This creates a Type 1 MIDI file using the NWCTXT text provided on standard input (STDIN)Example: nwc-conv "in\test.nwc" NWCTXT > "out\test.nwctxt" This converts the test.nwc file into NWCTXT which is sent via standard output (STDOUT) to a test.nwctxt file
When I try the command line tool "nwc-conv.exe", it seems that it must be executed from the same directory as the exe-file.
C:\Program Files\Noteworthy Software\NoteWorthy Composer 2\SAMPLES>..\nwc-conv mozart.nwc NWCTXT
C:\Program Files\Noteworthy Software\NoteWorthy Composer 2\SAMPLES>g:nwc-conv mozart.nwc nwctxt
Seems to work, but an extra 104k of code just to find nwc2.exe?
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