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Old 13th January 2019, 21:41   #1641  |  Link
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Is it possible to add Escape key as the shortcut for closing MediaInfo window?
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Old 3rd February 2019, 16:08   #1642  |  Link
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mediaarea.net/MediaInfoOnline <- any plans to show 'full' data?

Any plans to support HDR-10+ HEVC files?
(I can create HDR10+ files using x265 and verify that the file contains HDR-10+ metadata using hdr10plus_parser, sadly mediainfo doesn't show any hints about the HDR-10+ data atm.)

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Old 3rd February 2019, 16:15   #1643  |  Link
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mediaarea.net/MediaInfoOnline <- any plans to show 'full' data?
I didn't think it is useful and I saw no interest on my side, but if it is it should not be long to implement (note: at some point I may decide to offer options only to MediaArea members).

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Any plans to support HDR-10+ HEVC files?
Provide files please.
I was not finding HDR10+ specs, but as hdr10plus_parser is open source it should be easy to understand the new metadata parts.
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Old 3rd February 2019, 16:20   #1644  |  Link
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Provide files please.
My GoogleDrive contains a HDR-10+ mp4 file I created from another file and HDR-10+ json data, hope that helps.
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Old 6th February 2019, 15:03   #1645  |  Link
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Any plans to support HDR-10+ HEVC files?
OK, I was motivated, I started something, without being sure about what would be interesting to show e.g. only HDR10+ presence?

For the moment (work in progress, can change in the future), MediaTrace dump is

Code:
0006733   sei (62 bytes)
0006733    Header (6 bytes)
0006733     size:                               58 (0x0000003A)
0006737     nal_unit_type:                      39 (0x27) - (6 bits)
0006737     nuh_layer_id:                       0 (0x00) - (6 bits)
0006738     nuh_temporal_id_plus1:              1 (0x1) - (3 bits)
0006739    sei message - user_data_registered_itu_t_t35 - SMPTE ST 2094 App 4 (51 bytes)
0006739     sei message header (2 bytes)
0006739      payload_type_byte:                 4 (0x04)
000673A      payload_size_byte:                 49 (0x31)
000673B     itu_t_t35_country_code:             181 (0xB5)
000673C     terminal_provider_code:             60 (0x003C)
000673E     terminal_provider_oriented_code_message_idc: 1 (0x0001)
0006740     application_identifier:             4 (0x04)
0006741     application_version:                1 (0x01)
0006742     num_windows:                        1 (0x1) - (2 bits)
0006742     targeted_system_display_maximum_luminance: 0 (0x0000000) - (27 bits)
0006745     targeted_system_display_actual_peak_luminance_flag: No
0006745     window (38 bytes)
0006745      max_luminance_r:                   0 (0x00000) - (17 bits) - 0.00000 cd/m2
0006747      max_luminance_g:                   0 (0x00000) - (17 bits) - 0.00000 cd/m2
000674A      max_luminance_b:                   0 (0x00000) - (17 bits) - 0.00000 cd/m2
000674C      avg_luminance:                     233 (0x000E9) - (17 bits) - 0.00233 cd/m2
000674E      num_distribution_maxrgb_percentiles: 9 (0x9) - (4 bits)
000674E      distribution_maxrgb - 1 (0x1) - 0 (0x0) (3 bytes)
000674E       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   1 (0x01) - (7 bits)
000674F       distribution_maxrgb_data:         0 (0x00000) - (17 bits)
0006751      distribution_maxrgb - 5 (0x5) - 6886 (0x1AE6) (3 bytes)
0006751       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   5 (0x05) - (7 bits)
0006752       distribution_maxrgb_data:         6886 (0x01AE6) - (17 bits)
0006754      distribution_maxrgb - 10 (0xA) - 88 (0x58) (3 bytes)
0006754       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   10 (0x0A) - (7 bits)
0006755       distribution_maxrgb_data:         88 (0x00058) - (17 bits)
0006757      distribution_maxrgb - 25 (0x19) - 0 (0x0) (3 bytes)
0006757       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   25 (0x19) - (7 bits)
0006758       distribution_maxrgb_data:         0 (0x00000) - (17 bits)
000675A      distribution_maxrgb - 50 (0x32) - 146 (0x92) (3 bytes)
000675A       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   50 (0x32) - (7 bits)
000675B       distribution_maxrgb_data:         146 (0x00092) - (17 bits)
000675D      distribution_maxrgb - 75 (0x4B) - 412 (0x19C) (3 bytes)
000675D       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   75 (0x4B) - (7 bits)
000675E       distribution_maxrgb_data:         412 (0x0019C) - (17 bits)
0006760      distribution_maxrgb - 90 (0x5A) - 858 (0x35A) (3 bytes)
0006760       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   90 (0x5A) - (7 bits)
0006761       distribution_maxrgb_data:         858 (0x0035A) - (17 bits)
0006763      distribution_maxrgb - 95 (0x5F) - 1583 (0x62F) (3 bytes)
0006763       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   95 (0x5F) - (7 bits)
0006764       distribution_maxrgb_data:         1583 (0x0062F) - (17 bits)
0006766      distribution_maxrgb - 99 (0x63) - 4170 (0x104A) (3 bytes)
0006766       distribution_maxrgb_percentile:   99 (0x63) - (7 bits)
0006767       distribution_maxrgb_data:         4170 (0x0104A) - (17 bits)
0006769      fraction_bright_pixels:            0 (0x000) - (10 bits)
000676B     mastering_display_actual_peak_luminance_flag: No
000676B     window (0 bytes)
000676B     color_saturation_mapping_flag:      No
and MediaInfo output is:
Code:
Format                                   : HEVC
Format/Info                              : High Efficiency Video Coding
Commercial name                          : HDR10+
Format profile                           : Main 10@L5@Main
Codec ID                                 : hev1
Color range                              : Limited
Matrix coefficients                      : BT.709
HDR_Format                               : SMPTE ST 2094 App 4 version 1
With Dolby Vision, SL-HDR, HDR10, and now HDR10+, it becomes messy and not coherent (no common field name for the same stuff, too many lines dedicated to HDR), I am thinking to how I can improve the output for having something coherent between all HDR formats.
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Old 6th February 2019, 15:07   #1646  |  Link
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don't forget HLG
HDR-10, HDR-10+, Dolby Vision and HLG are probably the HDR formats to encounter.
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Old 16th February 2019, 18:29   #1647  |  Link
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I'm trying to get the audio "Commercial name" field through the MediaInfo dll with this file: https://we.tl/O0BfDADZbu

MediaInfo gives me:

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ID                                       : 2
Format                                   : MLP FBA
Format/Info                              : Meridian Lossless Packing FBA
Commercial name                          : Dolby TrueHD
Codec ID                                 : A_TRUEHD
Duration                                 : 11 s 11 ms
Bit rate mode                            : Variable
Maximum bit rate                         : 6 423 kb/s
Channel(s)                               : 8 channels
Channel layout                           : L R C LFE Ls Rs Lb Rb
Sampling rate                            : 48.0 kHz
Frame rate                               : 1 200.000 FPS (40 SPF)
Compression mode                         : Lossless
Language                                 : English
Default                                  : Yes
Forced                                   : No
But when I check the "Commercial Name" field I have only "TrueHD" instead of "Dolby TrueHD"

I'm using this request, is it right ?
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MediaInfo_Get(Handle, Stream_Audio, StreamID, 'Format_Commercial', Info_Text, Info_Name)
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Old 17th February 2019, 20:21   #1648  |  Link
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@Zenitram: When does MediaInfo report an jpg as Video and when as Image?
I got a folder with 431 images and when I analyse for example image 00001.jpg it's reported as Video, same for 00401.jpg but 004009.jpg and upwards is only reported as Image.
-> this really is a pain, is there a way to force detecting jpg always as Image or Video ?
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Old 26th February 2019, 21:24   #1649  |  Link
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Any plans to support HDR-10+ HEVC files?
Suffering a bit with all the HDR metadata I have to handle.
Now moving to a dedicated line for HDR format.

Below are some examples of the expected line for HDR10 (actually SMPTE ST 2086), HDR10+ (actually SMPTE ST 2094-40 with lot of restrictions, I finally got the specs so I have the exact restrictions), Dolby Vision, SL-HDR (1&2), any potential issues you see?

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HDR format                               : SMPTE ST 2086, HDR10 compatible
HDR format                               : SMPTE ST 2094-40, Version 1, HDR10+ Profile A compatible
HDR format                               : Dolby Vision, Version 1.0, dvhe.04.06, BL+EL+RPU
HDR format                               : SL-HDR1, Version 1.0, Parameter-based, constant
HDR format                               : SL-HDR1, Version 1.0, Parameter-based, non-constant
HDR format                               : SL-HDR2, Version 0.0, Parameter-based
Notes:
- HLG is not listed as it is not additional metadata, "just" a specific transfer characteristics.
- HDR10 & HDR10+ are actually commercial names, but other HDR formats have no difference between technical and commercial name (SL-HDR is listed in ETSI 103-433 but they stipulate the name in specs as they do with e.g AC-3 in ETSI 102-366) so I think it is not good to add a new line for HDR format commercial name, to be debated.
- HDR10 & HDR10+ are listed also if other constraints are met e.g. PQ transfer characteristics.
- I have constraints from sponsors so I'll not able to accept all advice even if I want to.
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But when I check the "Commercial Name" field I have only "TrueHD" instead of "Dolby TrueHD"
I have it fine when I test with latest DLL and the C++ interface (C++ interface should not change the content of the field compared to the programming language you use) so I don't plan to investigate more.
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@Zenitram: When does MediaInfo report an jpg as Video and when as Image?
IIRC 24 images with file names in a sequence (001, 002... 024), still activated by default because lot of my sponsors use that in their video workflow (yeah, 1 file per frame...) and more and more camera stops to use such file naming and replace them by the date/time. For the moment there is no decision to change the default behavior.

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is there a way to force detecting jpg always as Image or Video ?
MediaInfo --File_TestContinuousFileName=0 YourFileName.ext
(doable also with API with MediaInfo::Option())
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Old 27th April 2019, 03:26   #1653  |  Link
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some words of appreciation

@Zenitram

I just want to let you know that I use MediaInfo in my recent project mpv.net (a media player for Windows) and there wasn't any problems and I don't remember any problems using it in staxrip all the years, it's fast and reliable. In staxrip it's used in countless locations, in mpv.net it is used to show some on screen info and to show info in the context menu.

https://postimg.cc/t1NGJF1z

https://github.com/stax76/mpv.net#context-menu

https://github.com/stax76/mpv.net#architecture

thanks, danke, merci!
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HLG support

Greetings.
The Japan Geographic youtube channel is now playing ARIB STD-B67 encoded streams. Other channels use PQ encoding. But mediainfo only show vp92 for the downloaded clips. Can such info be added in future versions?
Many thanks and best regards,
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HLG support

Greetings.
The Japan Geographic youtube channel is now playing ARIB STD-B67 encoded streams. Other channels use PQ encoding. But mediainfo only show vp92 for the downloaded clips. Can such info be added in future versions?
Many thanks and best regards,
Can you give a link for this channel.
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JAPAN GEOGRAPHIC
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