Here's Canti v1.6
With this latest version, you only have to specify two values at runtime: -parent_folder and -title. Everything else is optional
New to version 1.6:
-Auto sense suffix
By not setting (or setting to -1) the -num_chars_keep_suffix value, the program will attempt to automatically determine the suffixes of your manga folders.
Note that each manga folder must end with a number such as 1, 001, 1.11, or 001.11 for this to work.
-Output base folder
Instead of specifying -output_folder at runtime, can specify an output base folder in the .properties file.
If the value is set to "default", then the output_base_folder will be: one directory up from -parent_folder/OUT/
If this value is set to [path to output base folder], then the output_base_folder will be: [path to output base folder]/[manga title]/
Acceptable values: default, [path to output base folder]
For Linux systems, [path to output base folder] should be something like /home/[username]/Manga/IPAD/
For Windows systems, [path to output base folder] should be something like C:\\Manga\\IPAD\\
Note that [path to output base folder] cannot contain any spaces.
(for iPad users with ComicZeal only)
For iPad users who read manga using ComicZeal (like me), this option uses a special ComicZeal naming scheme for the zip archives.
It places the title of the manga at the beginning of the filename, followed by a ~ (for example: School_Rumble~School_Rumble_-_Ch.001.cbz).
When ComicZeal imports these specially named files it will automatically sort the manga into the correct collections.
This is set up in the .properties file.
Enjoy and let me know if it works for you