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  1. If there are 4 files in the source folder 1.bmp 1.jpg 1.heic 2.jpg There will be 2 files in the folder with ready files. 1.jpg 2.jpg The problem is that when converting 1.bmp = 1.jpg 1.jpg = 1.jpg 1.heic = 1.jpg and they overwrite each other. It would be logical if the program assigned new names according to the type 1 (1).jpg 1 (2).jpg 1 (2).jpg. Well, a wish. If I want to run 10 processes one after the other with the same settings, then I don't want the window to close at the end of the process. Processed one folder, deleted files from batch conn, uploaded the following ones. Now for each folder you have to repeat all the settings again, which takes a lot of time.
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