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How to get media info from Raspberry Pi command line #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Via Raspberry Pi Spy.

Whether you are using your Raspberry Pi to play media or create it you may have a need to examine the properties of various bits of media. This might include MP3, MP4 or JPG files.

There is an easy way to examine the properties using a utility called “MediaInfo”. MediaInfo is available for a wide range of operating systems and languages and I use it on my Windows 7 PC.

MediaInfo can provide lots of detail including :

  • General : title, author, director, album, track number, date, duration …
  • Video: format, codec id, aspect, frame rate, bit rate …
  • Audio: format, codec id, sample rate, channels, language, bit rate …

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