When answering questions about command line arguments, should we prefer long/short command line arguments?
blender -b file_name.blend -x 1 -o //file -F AVI_JPEG
blender --background file_name.blend --use-extension 1 --render-output //file --render-format AVI_JPEG
Long example wrapped:
blender --background file_name.blend \ --use-extension 1 \ --render-output //file \ --render-format AVI_JPEG
The obvious advantage of long args is they are more self-documenting (you don't have to explain what
-F does in every answer for eg). The disadvantage is they don't fit so neatly on a single line.
Wrapping command line args is an option but also makes it tricky to copy & paste out of the answer.