I've never messed with Python so could use some help here. Situation: I have Python 3.4.3 (I think, whatever the latest version is) installed on my machine. I have the ME ModSDK. I can edit the convert_all.py script that's in the SDK. Difficulties: 1. I have no idea at all how to edit the script to specify the source and destination folders. I'm assuming you do that in the top 2 lines of the script (SOURCE_DIR = and DESTINATION_DIR =) but I don't know the proper syntax. Please explain (in detail). 2. I'm not sure what to do with the 3rd line, COMPRESSION = True # True/False. Do I just change the initial word "True" to "False" if needed and leave the "# True/False" part alone? 3. I'm not entirely sure I know how to run the script. When I right-click on it, I get the option to open it either with Python or with my text editor. If I select Python, or if I just double-click the script, a DOS box pops up for like 1/2 a second but contains no text so I can't tell if it's actually running or why not if it isn't. Do I really need to open a DOS box deliberately and do all the old-school commands I haven't used in 30 years? Thanks in advance.