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  1. Hi.

    I have 100s of video files.

    I'd like to have a tool that shows me (in a list for example) the number of audio tracks (or the specific audio tracks) of all the video files at the same time.

    Any ideas how I can accomplish that?
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  2. Member Cornucopia's Avatar
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    A batch script using MediaInfo command line outputting/piped to a text file?

    Scott
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  3. Some GUIs can do it also, including probably MediaInfo.
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  4. Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    A batch script using MediaInfo command line outputting/piped to a text file?

    Scott
    No need to use a script for a simple and not predefined or filtered list. Window GUI allows to browse all files in a folder including sub directories. Then created list can be exported to i.e. txt, html or csv file.
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    If I understand you correctly, this works for me. You can also list other audio data by adding other %%{items}%%. You just need to drag one item and drop on this .CMD file in order to clear the Tracks.txt file automatically instead of manually clearing or deleting the file.

    Code:
    ::echo off
    chcp 1252
    set SDL_AUDIODRIVER=directsound
    for %%a in ("%~dpnx1") Do (
    cd %%~dpa
    @echo. > "%%~dpa_Tracks.txt"
    )
    for %%a in (*.mp4,*.mpg,*.flv) Do (
    echo %%~dpnxa >> "%%~dpa_Tracks.txt"
    MediaInfo.exe "--Output=Audio;%%Channel(s)%%" "%%~dpnxa" >> "%%~dpa_Tracks.txt"
    @echo. >> "%%~dpa_Tracks.txt"
    )
    Yields the following quick and dirty:


    C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\20SecXInstagram.mp4
    2

    C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\Wham_Last Christmas.mp4
    2
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  6. Yet another way: use ffastrans. Your Workflow would look like this (i opened the settings of the "Generate Text File Node" so you see how i set this:
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    Of course the "monitor Folder" Component is set up to watch the subfolder structure where your videos are.
    In the generated text file you see this:

    C:\temp\Sony_MXF.mxf;Tracks: 4; Channels: [2,2,2,2]
    C:\temp\PXL_20210514_111131810.mp4;Tracks: 1; Channels: [2]

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  7. Thanks everyone for their support & effort.
    I believe Mediainfo is a good solution if I set the view to Sheet! : )
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