power shell script to get audio file data from folder having subfolders.

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  • #93663


    Hi All,

    I have a folder inside this folder I have around 20 sub folders, each sub folder having .wav files and I have a power shell script using this script I am able to get data from a single folder, but I want to get data from all sub folders in one go. Below is my power shell script. How to make this script to loop through each folder.
    Below is my script which I have try.

    # Show an Open Folder Dialog and return the directory selected by the user.
    function Read-FolderBrowserDialog([string]$Message, [string]$InitialDirectory, [switch]$NoNewFolderButton)
    $browseForFolderOptions = 0
    if ($NoNewFolderButton) { $browseForFolderOptions += 512 }

    $app = New-Object -ComObject Shell.Application
    $folder = $app.BrowseForFolder(0, $Message, $browseForFolderOptions, $InitialDirectory)
    if ($folder) { $selectedDirectory = $folder.Self.Path } else { $selectedDirectory = " }
    [System.Runtime.Interopservices.Marshal]::ReleaseComObject($app) > $null
    return $selectedDirectory
    $folder= Read-FolderBrowserDialog
    $com = (New-Object -ComObject Shell.Application).NameSpace($folder)
    for($i = 0; $i -lt 64; $i++) {
    $name = $com.GetDetailsOf($com.Items, $i)
    if ($name -eq 'Length') { $lengthattribute = $i}
    $com.Items() |
    ForEach-Object {
    Name = $_.Name
    Path = $_.Path
    Size = $com.GetDetailsOf($_, 1)
    DateCreated = $com.GetDetailsOf($_, 4)
    Length = $com.GetDetailsOf($_, $lengthattribute)
    } |
    Export-csv report.csv -notypeinformation

  • #93678

    Harjinder Singh

    I wonder if this could be of any help to you.

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