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  1. Hello again. I've recently moved to Windows from OS X and I'm looking for an app that can edit a video's metadata (e.g. comments,title and etc). On OS X, I am using identity but I did a net search and can't find anything for windows.

    I'm hoping for an app that can do bulk update as well.

    Thanks
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  2. Mod Neophyte Super Moderator redwudz's Avatar
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    I found quite a few MS programs for altering metadata by doing an Internet search for, " windows, alter video metadata "

    Some may not like it when you alter metadata.
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  3. Have a look at metax , but it's not free

    You can do some batch manipulations with commandline tools such as mp4v2, mp4box, mkvmerge, exiftool - but they are not as easy to use

    There isn't a "great" all in 1 tool for handling metadata for various containers
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  4. Thanks for the help. I've been trying various software but they don't seemed to do the job. I'll trial metax. thanks
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    According to the web site information MetX handles:

    MetaX supports MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, MKV and WMV files.
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  6. With ffmpeg ..

    ffmpeg -i myvideo.mp4 -metadata title="TITLE" -metadata artist="ARTIST" -metadata date=DATE -metadata genre="GENRE" -metadata comment="COMMENT" -acodec copy -vcodec copy mynewvideo.mp4
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  7. Originally Posted by sekininsha View Post
    With ffmpeg ..

    ffmpeg -i myvideo.mp4 -metadata title="TITLE" -metadata artist="ARTIST" -metadata date=DATE -metadata genre="GENRE" -metadata comment="COMMENT" -acodec copy -vcodec copy mynewvideo.mp4
    I can easily make a DOS script out of that. thanks!
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