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- Subject: RE: How would I go about getting the duration of a Windows Media Fileusing Lua?
- From: Hans <hvdmerwe@...>
- Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 09:49:40 +0200
This is probably to tedious but what about using an external app,
"mplayer -identify thefile.wmv" come to mind, to extract the info into a
temp file. It will also give you some more info - res, fps, video
codec, audio codec etc.
On Thu, 2005-11-03 at 14:31 -0800, McMorris, Patrick wrote:
> Hello Mike,
> I don't believe that you will find what you are looking for directly
> within the Lua language yourself. I think you would need to either find
> or make and extension module that contains the needed functionality. I
> don't really know what is or isn't in LuaCOM but you may indeed find
> what you are looking for in some augmented package.
> I'm also new to Lua but so far it seems very much designed to be
> extended. So if you can't find previous work that you can leverage, the
> facilities are there to add it in without "too much" work (depending on
> your skill set).
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> Subject: How would I go about getting the duration of a Windows Media
> Fileusing Lua?
> I'm new to Lua. I'm working on a script that needs to find out the
> duration of a WMV file. How would I do this? Is there a way to
> interact with windows. Is LuaCOM the way to do this?