[vorbis] ogginfo speed
ken at arnoldnet.net
Mon Mar 11 18:31:31 PST 2002
On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 08:15:20PM -0500, Ed Sweetman wrote:
> you could write your own, edit ogginfo, use mp3stat :) writing your
> own using the advice already given would be the best idea.
> mp3stat can scan 2Gb of mp3s/oggs in 60 seconds and give you time in
> seconds, average bitrate, and whatever else you want to add.
> I'm not sure what this "awfully slow" thing is since mp3stat utilizes
> the same method that ogginfo uses for ogg files. Basically because it
> is just a modified ogginfo. Setting the program to scan a huge directory
> of files while you go check your email doesn't seem like a big deal,
> couple minutes later and it's done your 10GB collection.
ogginfo decodes the whole file to test stream integrity.
Any objections to a quick add of a -s/--short info mode as a flag so
it scans headers only? (probably what mp3stat essentially does)
Kenneth Arnold <ken at arnoldnet.net>
- "Know thyself."
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