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On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 05:51:51 -0500 (EST)
Robert P. J. Day wrote:

> what i was
> after was pulling together a collection of command-line utilities for
> examining and converting video files of various formats, that's all.
> apparently, i still have some research to do.

Don't worry, the research will never stop :-), but I find the
mplayer/mencoder stuff from rpmfusion the most complete as far
as supporting weird video formats. The 32 bit version can even
load and run windows codecs, but that rarely seems necessary
lately. Of course, mencoder is also the most complete in terms
of the number of command line options, you can spend weeks
playing with them. There is also a "midentify" script that
just prints info about the file in the same spirit as tcprobe
(but totally different format, of course).

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