You can start the program by a windows batch file (.Bat file extension). You can run it by double clicking on the Bat file in Windows Explorer or by adding the file to your Windows Startup folder which will make it run automatically when you boot the computer. The batch file can be placed in any convenient folder.
You can pass the following parameters to the program via the batch file.
Create a batch file with any name and with a .bat file extension. The contents of the file will be in the format of one of the Valid Options below.
Note the use of full folder paths and double quotes when spaces exist in folder paths. Your VideoMill.exe folder location may differ from the example below.
"C:\Program Files\Breakthru Software\Video Mill\VideoMill.exe" "C:\Users\YourId\Documents\Video Mill\Grease.MLT" RUNSCRIPT 12345678