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You can negate the globbing pattern: for f in !(*.*); do html2text "$f" > "$f.txt"; done This, differently from using find in for f in "$(find [...])"; do [...]; done (or by running find in a subshell using backticks), won't break on filenames containing newlines (and, FWIW, avoids forking a subshell and running another process). For this to work ...


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Uncomment the line you wish to use and the file type. You can add many more "presets/FLAGS", this is just an idea. sudo nano /media/audio.sh ---Script for Recursive Conversion of Video stripping Audio Streams and not converting anything! #!/bin/bash #Uncomment a Preset FLAGS depending on video/subtitle/audio stream wanting to keep, easy to find which ...



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