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  1. Hi,
    With which software can I see the weight audio contained in a kmv without extracting it?
    Thanks
    Last edited by Donnje; 14th Jun 2021 at 17:20.
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    Not sure what you mean by "weight" or "compacting" ? However guessing if you use the program MediaInfo you can inspect the contents of a MKV or most other media formats.
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  3. Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "weight" or "compacting" ? However guessing if you use the program MediaInfo you can inspect the contents of a MKV or most other media formats.
    by weight I mean how many MB it is and with MediaInfo there isn't
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  4. Extract the audio with g.e. mkvcleaver or clever FFmpeg-GUI and you have the Megabytes...
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  5. Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    Extract the audio with g.e. mkvcleaver or clever FFmpeg-GUI and you have the Megabytes...
    as I wrote I donít want to extract it
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    Originally Posted by Donnje View Post
    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "weight" or "compacting" ? However guessing if you use the program MediaInfo you can inspect the contents of a MKV or most other media formats.
    by weight I mean how many MB it is and with MediaInfo there isn't
    Yes there is. Don't look at the summary/basic view, look at the detailed view. It's right there, called "stream size".


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  7. Just mux it again in mkvtoolnix the stream size of video and audio will be written in MediaInfo.
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  8. Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    Originally Posted by Donnje View Post
    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "weight" or "compacting" ? However guessing if you use the program MediaInfo you can inspect the contents of a MKV or most other media formats.
    by weight I mean how many MB it is and with MediaInfo there isn't
    Yes there is. Don't look at the summary/basic view, look at the detailed view. It's right there, called "stream size".


    Scott
    Found it
    thanks a lot
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