Find the OtsAV icon you wish to add the command line to. For details on creating an new icon click here.
Right-click on your OtsAV icon and select Properties.
Select the Shortcut tab.
In the Target field you should see something like C:\OtsLabs\OtsAVDJ.exe
After this you can add your argument, e.g. C:\OtsLabs\Templates\MyMusic.otm
It should look like this: C:\OtsLabs\OtsAVDJ.exe C:\OtsLabs\Templates\MyMusic.otm (This file argument will cause OtsAV to load the My Music template which in turn will cause OtsAV to generate a two hour playlist).
Click the Apply button.
Click the OK button.
Note: The command
line needs to reflect the version
of OtsAV you are using.
OtsAVDJ.exe for OtsAV DJ Product License owners
OtsAVRD.exe for OtsAV Radio Product License owners
OtsAVTV.exe for OtsAV TV Product License owners
OtsAVDJt.exe for OtsAV DJ Trial users
OtsAVRDt.exe for OtsAV Radio Trial users
OtsAVTVt.exe for OtsAV TV Trial users
How to create a new OtsAV icon
How to add a command line options to an icon
Command Line feature