.. Okay.. ConvertData is a program that takes in a file in either binary or text and given the right parameters, spits out the converted form. It only does it one file at a time, so you have to use a .bat script (aka simple program) to go through all the files for you. The .bat file will feed each file to ConvertData and then move onto the next one.
As such, to convert things, you need a series of files in the same folder:
- ConvertData: obviously this is needed
- Data to be Converted: obviously this is needed
- .bat file: technically, you don't need this, but unless you want to manually feed thing via command line to ConvertData, use it.
- .dll files: these are used by ConvertData.
All those files must be in the same folder when you double-click on the .bat file. If they are, the command prompt should stay open for a minute or so and you'll see lots of stuff getting printed out saying that it converted file x. After it closes, you should have the text (aka readable) version of it.