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  1. Hello,

    I would like to encode some video files with muxed audio tracks in it but i just want the video to be encoded and keep the audio tracks as it is.

    In order to calculate the appropriate bitrate for my encoder to proceed the video file i would like to know the audio tracks file size in my source file.

    I thought it would be easy to figure it out but i can't find any tool who whould provide this basic information.
    For exemple in Media Infos i've got the bitrate of the audio track but not the actual size in Mb.

    I know that i could figure out the size by myself with the bitrate and the duration information but i'd like to know if there is a tool that provide the info directly please.

    Thanks for your tips !
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  2. As with video:

    Code:
    size = bitrate * running time
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    Yes, and also, for LPCM audio raw streams:

    Code:
    bitrate = running time * samplerate * bitdepth * #channels
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    MediaInfo will give you the size of each individual stream. Be sure to select one of the more verbose output formats.
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  5. Thanks, i didn't saw that mediainfo could be more verbose, that'll do the trick !
    Cheers !
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