I'm running into a situation where when calling imgburn from commandline it randomly ignores/clobbers the dest name w/only the [DISC_LABEL].
"c:\Program Files (x86)/ImgBurn/ImgBurn.exe" /MODE READ /SRC W /DEST "u:\test\ISOs\NEW01\nimbie02\[DISC_LABEL]_W_7RJ2118T.iso" /EJECT /CLOSE /START
Where [DISC_LABEL] is internally detokenized to be the label of the disc. This w/irksome random frequency ends up being clobbered to just whatever the [DISC_LABEL] evaluates to.
It's only an issue when whatever asshats that may have mastered a TV series don't know their job and use the same disc label for each disk in a given season. In my most recent instance,
When imgburn opens, while it's 'initialising disc...' the output file is filled in _correctly_...in this case u:\test\ISOs\NEW01\nimbie02\STAR_WARS_CLONE_WARS_S1_BOX_W_7RJ2118T.iso but then when it goes to the
read progress screen the output is, again not always but when the bug occurs, u:\test\ISOs\NEW01\nimbie02\STAR_WARS_CLONE_WARS_S1_BOX.ISO
Can you please either _fix_ that or provide another token; [RANDOM_STRING] or _something_? Note that I _have_ tried adding [DATETIME] and the same exact issue occurs.