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Convert .tga files in large batches?

Is there an applet out there that will take MS imagetool and convert .tga files to fs2004 .bmp files in large batches? Can't imagine having to use the command prompt and enter in hundreds of filenames to convert.

thx

Update: So I have spnt the last hour looking through many threads. Seems the easiest would use imagetool and create a batch file for it. Easy enough but how do I select multiple .tga files to process? Anyone already have a batch file they are using?
 
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For people who needs to know how to do it.
Create a *.bat file and put these lines inside :

Code:
@echo off
imagetool -dxt1 -nomip -r *.tga
 
Or you can simply adapt what the terrain SDK gives you :)

* your .inf, .bat, resample.exe, and imagetool.exe should be in the same directory for this to work :)

Code:
mkdir Output
mkdir Output\Scenery
mkdir Output\Texture
resample.exe <NAME-OF-YOUR-INF-FILE-HERE>.inf
imagetool.exe -nogui -terrainphoto 0*.tga
copy *.bgl Output\scenery
copy *.mip Output\texture\*.bmp
del *.mip
del *.tga
del *.bgl
 
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