The Cinegy Cleaup Tool functionality can be extended with the help of standard Microsoft Windows administrative tool - Task Scheduler, which allows to automatically initiate and execute tasks, according to predefined criteria.
To launch Task Scheduler tool, navigate to Start > Programs > Windows Administrative Tools > Task Scheduler.
The client application will be launched:
To create a new task navigate to the "Actions" menu on the left and click the "Create Task…" command:
On the "General" tab of the window that appears, specify the task name and perform the security settings, if required:
On the "Trigger" tab, you can optionally set time-based or event-based criterion, that will start the task execution, and press the "OK" button save changes:
Navigate to the "Actions" tab and press the "New" button to create a new action, which will be executed when the scheduled task is run:
In the "Program/script" text field of the window that appears, enter the program location
C:\Program Files (x86)\Cinegy\Cinegy Cleanup Tool <build number>\SupportTool.CleanUp.exe, specify the "Arguments" or "Start in" parameters and press the "OK" button to save the action:
Alternatively, use to open the Cinegy Cleanup Tool program files folder and select
You can also enter the script code with arguments to the "Program/script" text field:
The Task Scheduler tool will automatically separate the arguments from the program/script name. On the confirmation window that appears, press the "Yes" button to proceed:
The created action will be added to the list with parameters displayed in the "Action" and "Details" columns:
Press to delete the task and to view details and change the action parameters of the created task:
Having specified all the necessary action parameters, press the "OK" button to save changes and the created task will be displayed in the Task Scheduler Library list:
The tables below contain a detailed description of each action and the settings, required for scheduling Cleanup tasks.
Run Cinegy Cleanup Tool
Obligatory and optional arguments:
Start program in batch silent mode for cleanup
Start program in special simulation mode when the archive of files is created without actual files deletion (for testing purposes only)
Optional arguments, followed after the first obligatory argument in sequential order:
Delete file(s) and move to Recycle Bin
Delete files older than NN days, where "NN" stands for number of days
Delete files that were created/modified before DD:MM:YYY date
Archive files to the selected folder before deleting
Archive files in 7z format, where "XXX" stands for compression type: "Ultra", "High", "Normal", "Fast", "Low", "Store". The default compression type is "Ultra".
Switch program to ZIP format
Decrease the high disk usage and CPU ring compression. The "NN" stands for pause duration in ms between compression and is used only for "-7zcomplev" arguments
|The arguments without "-" in the first position are treated as Product names to clean up.|
SupportTool.CleanUp.exe -clean Full cleanup for all Cinegy Products
SupportTool.CleanUp.exe -clean -6 Cleanup files older than 6 days for all Cinegy Products
SupportTool.CleanUp.exe -clean -sim -31:10:2017 -archive=D:\TMPDUMP\CleanUpArc "Cinegy Capture Engine" "Cinegy Playout" Archive all Cinegy Capture Engine, Cinegy Playout generated files created before 31.10.2017 to D:\TMPDUMP\CleanUpArc with simulation mode (without actual file deletion) enabled.