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Old 25th July 2005, 00:17   #41  |  Link
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well.. if I start using the lib then for the follwowing purposes:

detec if an mp3 is vbr or cbr
get the length of ac3/mp3/mp2/wav input
get the length, number of frames and framerate of an AviSynth file.
DLL is updated with the first two lines.
https://sourceforge.net/project/show...ckage_id=90614

I will work on AVS later...

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I downloaded the zip package of this just to take a look and I must admit I was not very impressed with the way you 'shell' associated everything from within your program!

You should leave that to an installer!

Just took me half an hour hacking my registry to remove all the crap!
If it's a shell handler I know at least one tool which might be handy:

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html

I've done a neat tool myself but it's not released yet...
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I'm starting to implement the DLL into RealAnime LE. I plan to use it for all my source analysis
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Hum...

I'd like to know if it's possible to get infos on MKV like what language a track is (audio and sub) as well as the track # (to use to extract it).

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Old 4th September 2005, 22:33   #45  |  Link
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I'd like to know if it's possible to get infos on MKV like what language a track is (audio and sub) as well as the track # (to use to extract it).
I am working on v0.7 (more than 0.7.0.1) at this time, and I am implementing more tags for Matroska, including what you need.
At this time (v0.7.0.1), this piece of information is not implemented for MKV (it is for OGM), it will be soon for MKV.
You can work with OGM, this will be the same way to get info for MKV ;-)

PS : you can monitor DLL release to be informed imediatly when I release a new version
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Hum...

I'd like to know if it's possible to get infos on MKV like what language a track is (audio and sub) as well as the track # (to use to extract it).

Thanks!
If you feed an MKV file into AVI-mux, it's able to produce (and allows you to change the attributes of) language info: -



I've not tried any files with subtitles.....


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Cool! I tryed to implement 7.0.1 first but I got AVs. I mainly work with AVI and MKV (OGM gets converted to MKV). I will stick to 6.0.x until 7.0 comes out final Keep the good work!
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From this page, it's said I can get language for audio tracks, but not from subtitles (MKV). Do you plan to have this info soon? Can't wait to implement it in RealAnime LE

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Hi Sirber..... Is this the sort of thing you want to see: -




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From this page, it's said I can get language for audio tracks, but not from subtitles (MKV). Do you plan to have this info soon? Can't wait to implement it in RealAnime LE
I can release a new beta version special for you this WE, with language subtitles if you can't wait.
But this will be a beta version ;-)
Note : maybe better to ask this with private messages? ;-)
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I can release a new beta version special for you this WE, with language subtitles if you can't wait.
But this will be a beta version ;-)
Note : maybe better to ask this with private messages? ;-)
Betas, alphas, all good to me

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@Zenitram

Is it possible for a track (video, audio, sub) in MKV (MP4) to know which track number it is in the source file?

ex:
MP4
1: general
2: general
3: video
4: audio

MKV
1: video
2: audio
3: audio
4: sub
5: sub

Could be very very usefull to get infos about a file and build a command line to extract each tracks to separate files.

Thanks!

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Also, in the doc you only show the first 2-3 params for function Parameters. Where can I have a full list?
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I cannot know which track reported by MediaInfo match which track from the MP4:
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General
Complete name        : Y:\Animes\...\E01.mp4
File size            : 156 MiB
Format               : MPEG 4
Overal BitRate       : 1000 Kbps
PlayTime             : 21mn 50s

Video #0
Codec                : MPEG-4 Adv Simple@L5
Bit rate             : 874 Kbps
Width                : 512
Height               : 384
Aspect ratio         : 4/3
Frame rate           : 29.970
Bits/(Pixel*Frame)   : 0.148
PlayTime             : 21mn 50s

Audio #0
Codec                : MPEG-4 AAC LC
Bit rate             : 120 Kbps
Sampling rate        : 24 KHz
PlayTime             : 21mn 50s
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Is it possible for a track (video, audio, sub) in MKV (MP4) to know which track number it is in the source file?
This is not really possible, because libraries I use (mp4ff and matroskalib) doesn't give this kind of info.
MKV give an unique ID ("KaxTrackNumber" in the spec), you can retrieve it with "ID" parameter (but need more tests.

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Could be very very usefull to get infos about a file and build a command line to extract each tracks to separate files.
You are welcome to help me programming ;-)
Now, I am very occupied with GCC under Linux compilation, add more tags support, support of new formats (last quicktime version...), debugging, and I have not the time to do this...
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Also, in the doc you only show the first 2-3 params for function Parameters. Where can I have a full list?
http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/fr/...nfo#Capacities
(need to be more detaileld, but lack of time...)
What you need is MediaInfo::Option("Info_Parameters_CSV")

Note : I am late for a new version, but for subtitles in MKV 0.7.0.1 should have already implemented it ("Language" or "Language/String1" parameter)
At this time, 0.7 branch is very unstable, so I need time to stabilize this, be patient, it will be done...
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Can you add some feature from "ABCAVI Tag"(http://abcavi.tk/)? E.g. avi struc view, shell extention for info output on mouseover Icon, ...
There is also the biggest fourcc list i know(over 550), twocc(180) and a nice tag comparson.
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Can you add some feature from "ABCAVI Tag"(http://abcavi.tk/)? E.g. avi struc view, shell extention for info output on mouseover Icon, ...
There is also the biggest fourcc list i know(over 550), twocc(180) and a nice tag comparson.
this is planned, but I am alone on MediaInfo, and I have a personal life which takes a lot of time too ;-)
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this is planned, but I am alone on MediaInfo, and I have a personal life which takes a lot of time too ;-)
Yeah, but sometimes it's better to be alone in a project, most of the time you will be stuck with people that doesn't do a damn thing.
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@Sirber : DLL v0.7.0.2 is out, with more "language" support :
- "Language" for the Language in the container
- "Language/String" for a translation (in English)
- "Language/2" for ISO format (2 digits)

And for MKV (mainly, maybe others later) :
- "StreamID" for the track number of this kind
- "ID" for the track number it is in the source file
- "UniqueID" for the track Number specified as Unique Identifier of the track

To know all supported formats :
MediaInfo::Option("Info_Parameters")

Will try to correct other bugs now ;-)


History :
x #1323208 : Video Bitrate for OGM files with VBR audio was incorrect
+ Better detection and handling of DivX container
+ #1327902 : More meta data properties for RIFF files
x #1327468 : RIFF (AVI) files with not-padded (INFO) sub chunks can't be parsed
+ More "generic" tags added
x Some other minor bugs
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sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!!1!!1!one!!!

I will try tonight to play with it

For my soft, the only missing thing would be track number for MP4 and I'm all set

BTW, do you have a paypal link?
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