In either Windows command prompt cmd.exe or the PowerShell, I can do tab completion for many things, such as cycling through commands, filenames, or directories. The problem is, it deletes everything after the cursor. So, if for example, I have two files I want to process, namely
donat.mp4, which both reside in the same directory, let's say I start with the first one:
ffmpeg -i c:\tmp\vid\bojot.mp4 -an -sameq -s 640x480 bangang.mpg
So far so good. Now I just need to change the input file right? Press ↑ once, retrace to bojot.mp4 and delete it, type d then TAB, just like in bash. But what I got is:
ffmpeg -i c:\tmp\vid\donat.mp4
What? Now I have to retype all the params and args! Can't I fix this?
Don't tell me Cygwin/MSys is the only way…