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Old 30th June 2019, 13:34   #1  |  Link
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Info2 - a faster, prettier alternative to info()

Info2 v0.1
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The built-in info() function is, let's be honest, rubbish. The information it presents is badly formatted (it's not really formatted at all), and it's incredibly slow - barely managing 30fps on HD colourbars.

So with that in mind, Info2 is a replacement:


Pros:
  • Faster - around 20x-100x depending on the colour space
  • Much easier to read - the information is presented in a table, not as a wall of text

Cons:
  • It doesn't show per-frame information, like field parity or frame number (but then again, that's frame information, not clip information)

Code:
Info2
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Display clip information.


Usage
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Info2(clip, int "size", string "font", int "background", bool "verbose", bool "glyph")


Parameters
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size:
    Size, in pixels, of text

font:
    Font name. Info2 defaults to Calibri or, failing that, Arial

background:
    Background opacity:

        0 : no background
        1 : light background
        2 : dark background (default)

verbose:
    Print additional information (frame rate numerator/denominator, parity information)

glyph:
    Enable/disable subsampling glyph
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Nice one, thanks.
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Nice one indeed! Is it possible to see fourcc also?

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Only source filter could do that, I think. (or do you mean for raw unencoded[uncompressed] output ?)

EDIT: Not sure, think FFMS may produce fourcc in same way it tells frame types, eg I frames. (dont think any other source filter likely exposes fourcc).

EDIT: "Y41B" (YV411, think must be a FourCC)


EDIT: GStreamer describes "Y41B" as a "video format". https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/do...?gi-language=c
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Should be. Does anyone know if the fourcc is exposed by AviSynth anywhere or (as I have to do with the colour space) would I have to assume it based on the pixeltype?

Edit: that's assuming Fred means the fourcc (is it a fourcc?) that is exposed to, for example, VirtualDub when it loads an AviSynth script (which complains that it doesn't understand "BGR0" (RGB48), for example).

Further edit: according to http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Avisynthplus_color_formats some colour spaces don't even have a FourCC. I don't know how that works.
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I tried this
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return blankClip(pixel_type="YUVA444P12")
Which on your Wiki post has no FourCC name,
Does not play in WMP(Win7) or PotPlayer, Loaded into VDub2 as Y416 which is same as YUVA444P16, so if no FourCC looks like is converted to 16 bit (on output), using name for such.
RGB (8 bit), seems to have never had name.
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Should be. Does anyone know if the fourcc is exposed by AviSynth anywhere
I have searched for it, but I have only found this:
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=91754


Mediainfo shows it under "codec ID".

For example:
Lagarith : "LAGS"
XVid: "XVID"
Canopus HQX: "CHQX"



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Wonkey,
I tried this
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return blankClip(pixel_type="YUVA444P12")
Which on your Wiki post has no FourCC name,
Does not play in WMP or PotPlayer, Loaded into VDub2 as Y416 which is same as YUVA444P16, so if no FourCC looks like is converted to 16 bit (on output), using name for such.
RGB (8 bit), seems to have never had name.
Avisynth negotiates FourCCs with consumer softwares which are using Video for Windows interface. Such as VirtualDub2.
Default FourCCs which are reported by Avisynth during the negotiation phase can be fine tuned (changed) by using the OPT_xxxx global variables. http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Interna...Global_Options
But only a few formats have multiple choices, so this is useful only for formats that have more than one supported FourCC codes.

For example "OPT_Enable_V210" controls whether a YUV422P10 format is exported in V210 or P210 FourCC format.

Avisynth formats which have no appropriate FourCCs e.g. YUV444P14, the clip is silently upconverted to 16 bits internally (e.g. YUV444P16). Avisynth+ will report the clip as a 16 bit one. Consumer application - on the other side of the VfW interface - will see a 16 bit clip.

RGB48 has no automatic conversion, maybe I could make Avisynth+ to automatically expand it to RGB64 by using another OPT_xxx variable. Because RGB64 is supported in two flavours: BRA[64] or b64a if OPT_Enable_b64a=true is used.

(Or ask shekh whether RGB48 is supported by any FourCCs on VirtualDub2 side? EDIT:asked)

AviSource works similarly on the source side.
http://avisynth.nl/index.php/AviSource
RGB48 here is negotiated as BGR[48] (which is the same "BGR0" as 48 is the ASCII code for '0') or b48r.

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VirtualDub2 thinks that the colour spaces without FourCCs are [0][0][0][0], but rather than see this as "No FourCC", it interprets it sometimes as "Microsoft RLE" or sometimes as "Internal DIB decoder" (not sure how it decides which).
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Possibly on file size, also same to distinguish RGB24 or RGB32.

EDIT: 'file size': actually the ILBM (or whatever it is) chunk size. (ILBM=Interleaved BitMap, that was the original chunk name for Electronic Arts IFF [Interchange File format] chunk).
EDIT: Or, maybe RLE has different chunk name. [VDub2 has Hex Editor (tools menu), can view chunks in AVI].

EDIT: Thanx Pinterf, very informative.
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Fred, would you be able to use RT_Stats and CallCmd() in your quest to find FourCC from source file ? [also req MediaInfo Cli v0.7.83]

Can extract FourCC using MediaInfo Client library MIFO_Lib v1.01
[Currently needs comment out of GScript(""" ... """) stuff for AVS+]
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=173268

Extracts stuff like so [ below was output to DebugView window via RT_DebugF("%s",String(S),name="TEST_RESULT: "), where S was multi-line string(or Int error code). ]
Code:
00000015    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: General
00000016    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Count                            : 322
00000017    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamCount                      : 1
00000018    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamKind                       : General
00000019    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamKind/String                : General
00000020    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamKindID                     : 0
00000021    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: VideoCount                       : 1
00000022    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: AudioCount                       : 1
00000023    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Video_Format_List                : YUV
00000024    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Video_Format_WithHint_List       : YUV (Ut Video)
00000025    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Video_Codec_List                 : ULY0
00000026    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Audio_Format_List                : PCM
00000027    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Audio_Format_WithHint_List       : PCM
00000028    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Audio_Codec_List                 : PCM
00000029    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: CompleteName                     : D:\Parade.AVI
00000030    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FolderName                       : D:
00000031    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileName                         : Parade
00000032    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileExtension                    : AVI
00000033    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format                           : AVI
00000034    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format/String                    : AVI
00000035    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format/Info                      : Audio Video Interleave
00000036    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format/Extensions                : avi
00000037    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format_Commercial                : AVI
00000038    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: InternetMediaType                : video/vnd.avi
00000039    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Interleaved                      : Yes
00000040    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec                            : AVI
00000041    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec/String                     : AVI
00000042    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec/Info                       : Audio Video Interleave
00000043    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec/Extensions                 : avi
00000044    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileSize                         : 982010670
00000045    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileSize/String                  : 937 MiB
00000046    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileSize/String1                 : 937 MiB
00000047    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileSize/String2                 : 937 MiB
00000048    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileSize/String3                 : 937 MiB
00000049    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FileSize/String4                 : 936.5 MiB
00000050    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration                         : 246015
00000051    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String                  : 4mn 6s
00000052    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String1                 : 4mn 6s 15ms
00000053    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String2                 : 4mn 6s
00000054    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String3                 : 00:04:06.015
00000055    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String4                 : 00:04:06;01
00000056    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String5                 : 00:04:06.015 (00:04:06;01)
00000057    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: OverallBitRate                   : 31933360
00000058    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: OverallBitRate/String            : 31.9 Mbps
00000059    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FrameRate                        : 29.970
00000060    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FrameRate/String                 : 29.970 fps3
00000061    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FrameCount                       : 7373
00000062    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize                       : 441238
00000063    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String                : 431 KiB (0%)
00000064    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String1               : 431 KiB
00000065    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String2               : 431 KiB
00000066    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String3               : 431 KiB
00000067    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String4               : 430.9 KiB
00000068    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String5               : 431 KiB (0%)
00000069    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize_Proportion            : 0.00045
00000070    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: File_Created_Date                : UTC 2018-08-05 09:00:59.656
00000071    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: File_Created_Date_Local          : 2018-08-05 10:00:59.656
00000072    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: File_Modified_Date               : UTC 2018-01-19 00:58:26.343
00000073    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: File_Modified_Date_Local         : 2018-01-19 01:58:26.343
00000074    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Encoded_Application              : Lavf57.25.100
00000075    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Encoded_Application/String       : Lavf57.25.100
00000076    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT:
00000077    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Video
00000078    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Count                            : 334
00000079    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamCount                      : 1
00000080    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamKind                       : Video
00000081    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamKind/String                : Video
00000082    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamKindID                     : 0
00000083    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ID                               : 0
00000084    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ID/String                        : 0
00000085    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format                           : YUV
00000086    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Format_Commercial                : YUV
00000087    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: CodecID                          : ULY0
00000088    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: CodecID/Info                     : Ut Video Lossless Codec
00000089    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: CodecID/Hint                     : Ut Video
00000090    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: CodecID/Url                      : http://umezawa.dyndns.info/archive/utvideo
00000091    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec                            : ULY0
00000092    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec/String                     : ULY0
00000093    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Codec/CC                         : ULY0
00000094    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration                         : 246012
00000095    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String                  : 4mn 6s
00000096    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String1                 : 4mn 6s 12ms
00000097    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String2                 : 4mn 6s
00000098    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String3                 : 00:04:06.012
00000099    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String4                 : 00:04:06;01
00000100    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Duration/String5                 : 00:04:06.012 (00:04:06;01)
00000101    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: BitRate                          : 30508096
00000102    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: BitRate/String                   : 30.5 Mbps
00000103    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Width                            : 490
00000104    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Width/String                     : 490 pixel3
00000105    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Height                           : 360
00000106    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Height/String                    : 360 pixel3
00000107    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: PixelAspectRatio                 : 1.000
00000108    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: DisplayAspectRatio               : 1.361
00000109    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: DisplayAspectRatio/String        : 4:3
00000110    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FrameRate                        : 29.970
00000111    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FrameRate/String                 : 29.970 fps3
00000112    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: FrameCount                       : 7373
00000113    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ColorSpace                       : YUV
00000114    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ChromaSubsampling                : 4:2:0
00000115    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ChromaSubsampling/String         : 4:2:0
00000116    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ScanType                         : Progressive
00000117    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: ScanType/String                  : Progressive
00000118    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Compression_Mode                 : Lossless
00000119    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Compression_Mode/String          : Lossless
00000120    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Bits-(Pixel*Frame)               : 5.771
00000121    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Delay                            : 0
00000122    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: Delay/String3                    : 00:00:00.000
00000123    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize                       : 938172312
00000124    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String                : 895 MiB (96%)
00000125    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String1               : 895 MiB
00000126    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String2               : 895 MiB
00000127    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String3               : 895 MiB
00000128    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String4               : 894.7 MiB
00000129    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize/String5               : 895 MiB (96%)
00000130    13:09:19.870    TEST_RESULT: StreamSize_Proportion            : 0.95536
EDIT: Above chopped off audio output, as below exceeded post max length.
EDIT: Above, CodecID returned from Video section by below snippet marked in RED.

EDIT: Probably an easier solution, think Grouchy2004 posted short easy script/script line, without use of Mifo_Lib, but he deleted his post from the Mifo_Lib thread.

EDIT: Demo function (add to Mifo_Lib or your script.
Code:
Function MI_Video_CodecID(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")      # eg "ULY0"
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"CodecID",Raw,Debug)}
client call returning eg "ULY0" in S string.
Code:
S = MI_Video_CodecID(FN)
EDIT: Additional Demo functions from above link.
Code:
####################################
########## DEMO FUNCTIONS ########## 
####################################

###### # Demo individual purpose functions (in this case for stream in Section 'General')   Below all returning Type Int.
Function MI_VideoCount(String Fn,Bool "Debug") {Return RT_NumberValue(MIFO_GeneralItem(Fn,0,"VideoCount",Debug=Debug))}
Function MI_AudioCount(String Fn,Bool "Debug") {Return RT_NumberValue(MIFO_GeneralItem(Fn,0,"AudioCount",Debug=Debug))}
Function MI_TextCount(String Fn,Bool "Debug")  {Return RT_NumberValue(MIFO_GeneralItem(Fn,0,"TextCount",Debug=Debug))}
Function MI_ImageCount(String Fn,Bool "Debug") {Return RT_NumberValue(MIFO_GeneralItem(Fn,0,"ImageCount",Debug=Debug))}
Function MI_MenuCount(String Fn,Bool "Debug")  {Return RT_NumberValue(MIFO_GeneralItem(Fn,0,"MenuCount",Debug=Debug))}

###### Demo individual purpose funcs (in this case for stream in Section 'Video')
###### Below return type string to differentiate between "" & 0.
###### Below default to Raw mode, (for some things Raw and Cooked may be same)

Function MI_Video_DAR(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")                  # eg '1.778'              
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"DisplayAspectRatio",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_CompressionMode(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")      # eg "Lossless"/"Lossy"  
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"Compression_Mode",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_ColorSpace(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")           # eg "YUV"       
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"ColorSpace",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_Width(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")                # eg "720"            
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"Width",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_Height(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")               # eg "576"           
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"Height",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_FrameRate(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")            # eg "25.000"        
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"FrameRate",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_BitDepth(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")             # eg "8"         
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"BitDepth",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_ScanType(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")             # eg "Progressive"        
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"ScanType",Raw,Debug)}

Function MI_Video_ScanOrder(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")            # eg "TFF"       
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"ScanOrder",Raw,Debug)}
EDIT: Maybe 'Codec/CC' better data item than 'CodecID', only testing with many clips could tell.
eg
Code:
Function MI_Video_CodecCC(String Fn,Int "Stream",Bool "Raw",Bool "Debug")      # eg "ULY0"
{Return MIFO_VideoItem(Fn,Stream,"Codec/CC",Raw,Debug)}
Fred, would a recompile of AviInfo.dll for x64 fit your needs ?

EDIT: AviInfo() v0.4 here:- https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...30#post1878330
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It would be cool to have the ability to customize the font style.
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You can change the font, but font style doesn't seem like a particularly useful option (and it was confusing enough just trying to work out if a font family was valid, let alone a style).
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Fred, would a recompile of AviInfo.dll for x64 fit your needs ?
Hi StainlessS

Again, thank you for all your help. No need to recompile AviInfo.dll for x64 because I do not use any x64 stuff.

I am going to play around a bit with AviInfo()

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No need to recompile AviInfo.dll for x64
Hmmm, well already done anyways [@ above link], I'm sure somebody will find of use (eg me), no sweat
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Probably an easier solution, think Grouchy2004 posted short easy script/script line, without use of Mifo_Lib
Huh? What? I don't think so (unless Alzheimer is kicking in).

I do recall telling you that it's easy to interface with mediainfo.dll in your programs and pull just the info you want instead of having to dig through the huge pile of stuff mediainfo.exe spits out.
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