Re: package for basic examination of .dv video files?

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On Tue, 3 Nov 2009, Tom Horsley wrote:

> 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).

  yeah, "midentify" was sort of what i was after, thanks.  back to
research.

rday
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