Let's say I got a folder within multiple video files, mp4s. How to quickly know total duration (play time) of them?
I know on PC, you can use PotPlayer's playlist , drag them onto it and it shows total duration (in case you dont know it :P )
Please advice, Thanks in advance.
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Actually, you should be able to simply rename your root folder (or create a new one and move you files into it) in Finder, then go to Detailed List view, and if Duration isn't listed, go to preferences and enable it. Then all your movies will show duration automatically.
Similar features exist in Windows.
select the files while holding cmd button, right click for option "new folder with items" files will be placed in folder ready to rename, you can do "Get info" for this folder, and later drag files out of the folder, and delete empty folder….
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