ATA can extract archives in any supported format.

You can load a batch of archives in assorted formats, and extract them all in a single operation.

   Select Extract.

   From Format drop-down list,

select Archives.

   From Mode drop-down list,

select method of archive handling:

   Normal archive extraction  (default)

Extracts each archive into the Output Directory, keeping its internal directory structure.

--- Archived folders ---

The “parent” folder and its contents are extracted to the output directory.

If a folder already exists with the same name as the archived parent folder, contents are extracted into the existing folder.

--- Single-file archives, and archives with no internal folder structure ---

the individual files are extracted directly to the output directory.

   New folder for each archive

Creates a new subfolder in the Output Directory, named for the archive, and extracts archive contents there.  (Archived parent folder is nested inside the new subfolder.)

If a folder with that name already exists, the new subfolder is named with an incrementing number appended.

You might use this setting if a folder already exists with the same name, to avoid mixing newly-extracted files with the existing files.  Or if you want to force single files into subfolders rather than the main output directory.

   All files in main folder

Extracts every file directly to the Output Directory, no subfolder is created.

   If files of the same name already exist in destination folder
Extracted files are automatically renamed with an incrementing number appended.

ArcThemALL!  v4.0  April, 2011