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Old 06-10-2010, 12:33 AM
Wayne Earnshaw
Default extracting audio/video MetaData from media files


I was wondering what tools might be recommended for extracting metadata within a Red Hat environment. I have a variety of formats to extract Metadata from (it's a Java app, but I'll probably need to call out to a command-line tool like http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en to extract this information since Java doesn't handle this).

If there is a native Red Hat tool that would be preferred for support/maintenance/$ reasons.

video formats:
* Flash
o On2 VP6
o Sorenson Spark
o AVC (H.264)
o VC-1
o WMV7, WMV8, WMV9
o AVC (H.264)

audio formats:
* MP3
* AAC (H.264)


Wayne Earnshaw
Sr Java Developer
ABC, WCMS Project
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