SuperNZB – Move Job Manager

The Move Job Manager can be opened via the File Menu.

Purpose: To automatically move files to different folders once they are downloaded.

The Move Job Manager comes in handy when you are downloading a lot of files and you don’t want them all piling up in a single folder. The Move Job Manager allows you to tell SuperNZB to move files to whatever folders you want. So, you could set up a folder for each NZB, and then create a Move Job for each and have SuperNZB automatically sort the files.

You can also use the Move Job Manager to move completed files to another hard disk, or across your network. Keep in mind that both Windows and Mac OSX act badly when they are moving large files. So, SuperNZB may appear to be frozen while it is moving files, but it is not. You can check your folders to see that the files are being moved, and SuperNZB will continue downloading other files even though it may not look like it is doing anything.

Your Move Jobs will run as soon as all the files are downloaded. And since SuperNZB looks in its Downloads folder when it starts up to see what files have been completed, if you have to restart the program, you will want to clear whatever files have been completed and moved from your Queue. Otherwise, SuperNZB will download them again.

To create a new Move Job, click the “Make New Job” button and enter a name for the job where it says: “Name: “. Then you can type in a path, or pick a folder via the “Select Folder” button. Then click the “Save” button. Now you need to add some files. Go to the Queue window and select as many files as you want, then go back to the Move Job Manager and click the “Copy From Queue” button, and the files will be added to the job. Repeat this procedure to create as many jobs as you need.

A move job will be executed once SuperNZB has downloaded all the files listed in the job.

Make sure to read the notes on the Par Job Manager page for some general guidelines when using the managers.

You can’t use the Move Job Manager to move files that are extracted from RARs. You can unRAR, or you can move, but not both.

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