Batch Rename Error

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Hi_ImKyle
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Batch Rename Error

When using the Batch Rename command, everything is all good till I tell it to continue and begin renaming files.

It tries to rename the first file but shows an error,

Error: Exception calling "MoveFile" with "2" argument(s): "/my/remote/file that does exist.mkv not found."

Not sure what to say other than the file does exist and I can rename them manually just fine. Batch would be better as there's a lot.

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Testing things closely with a .NET project, your library reports that my file does indeed exist via "Session.FileExists", but "Session.MoveFile" thinks it doesn't

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Hi_ImKyle wrote:

Testing things closely with a .NET project, your library reports that my file does indeed exist via "Session.FileExists", but "Session.MoveFile" thinks it doesn't
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