[linux-audio-user] commandline info viewer ?
Brett W. McCoy
idragosani at chapelperilous.net
Tue Oct 26 14:52:13 EDT 2004
Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Hello *,
> I have made a BASH script which I use to view varius attachments
> in my MUA (mutt). Because I get often mp3 I have made this:
> ____( '/usr/bin/tdfileview' )_________________________________________
> | elif [ `echo "$1" |grep -E ".mp3$"` ] || [ `echo "$1" |grep -E ".mpa$"` ]; then
> | # MPEG audio
> | #
> | echo $"MPEG ID3 Tag:"
> | echo $"============="
> | mp3info -x -p "File: %fnTitle: %tnTrack: %nnArtist: %anAlbum: %lnYear: %ynComment: %cnGenre: %g (%G)n" "$1"
> | echo ""
> | echo $"MPEG technical informations:"
> | echo $"============================"
> | mp3info -x -p "Media Type: MPEG %3.1v Layer %LnRate: %r KB/s, %q KHz (%o)nEmphasis: %enCRC: %EnCopyright: %CnOriginal: %OnPadding: %pnTime: %m:%snGood Frames: %unCorrupt Frames: %bn" "$1"
> | else
> Which works perfectly and fast. Now I am searching for a similar
> commandline wave-info viewer. Does such proigram exist ?
> It must be in the Debian distribution.
Checkout the quelcom package in Debian -- it provides utilities to
examine MP3s and WAVs
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