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    Help!!! Need Recompression Command line for Precomp 0.4.3

    Can domebody tell me how to recompress a deflate compressed file using Precomp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manjunath View Post
    Can domebody tell me how to recompress a deflate compressed file using Precomp
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    precomp -cn -intense -t-j -oOUTPUT_FILE INPUT_FILE

    Type precomp -longhelp for complete syntax help.

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    Not working bro for 0.4.3 version try another one plzzz i dnt knw as much as u like algorithm and all that so plz Help

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    Perhaps I dind't understand what you meant. If you meant to RESTORE a decompressed file, then try this:

    precomp -r -oOUTPUT_FILE INPUT_FILE

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    Bro, can you please not write in jive speak on this forum - it isn't an internet chat room- then maybe we can all understand. TIA John

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    the easiast way

    a file.jpg 100 mb compressed to 50 mb file.zip using deflate zip compression
    then ill compress the file.zip file using precomp and the compression algorithm or commandline im asking you all
    then after compressing zip it will become file.pcf but size will be 100 mb i need that command line or algorithm

    can you all tell and o for precomp 0.4.3 thanx in advance

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    To "compress" file.zip:
    precomp -cn -intense -ofile.pcf file.zip

    To restore file.zip:
    precomp -r -ofile.zip file.pcf

    I hope this helps.

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    It dont work bro plz u try first with all precomp version then tell plzzzz

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    Works perfectly with precomp 0.4.3.

    you are either doing something completely wrong, lack the understanding of what you are trying to do, simply didn't not explain it well enough OR you are just a troll since you keep talking in ghetto talk.

    you question is answered and verified please move along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manjunath View Post
    the easiast way
    a file.jpg 100 mb compressed to 50 mb file.zip using deflate zip compression
    then ill compress the file.zip file using precomp and the compression algorithm or commandline im asking you all
    then after compressing zip it will become file.pcf but size will be 100 mb i need that command line or algorithm
    can you all tell and o for precomp 0.4.3 thanx in advance
    Upload file somewhere so we can have a look. Preferably to http://mega.co.nz

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