yamdi - yet another metadata injector (flv)
yamdi -i input file [-x xml file | -o output file [-x xml file]] [-t
temporary file] [-c creator] [-a interval] [-skMXw] [-h]
yamdi stands for Yet Another MetaData Injector and is a metadata injector for
FLV files. It adds the onMetaData event to your FLV files.
yamdi exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
yamdi was written by Ingo Oppermann
- The source FLV file. If the file name is '-' the input file will be read
from stdin. Use the -t option to specify a temporary file.
- The resulting FLV file with the metatags. If the output file is '-' the
FLV file will be written to stdout.
- An XML file with the resulting metadata information. If the output file is
ommited, only metadata will be generated.
- A temporary file to store the source FLV file in if the input file is read
- A string that will be written into the creator tag.
- -s, -l
- Add the onLastSecond event. The -l option is deprecated and will be
removed in a future version.
- Add the onLastKeyframe event.
- Strip all metadata from the FLV. The -s and -k options will be
- Omit the keyframes tag in the XML output.
- Time in milliseconds between keyframes if there is only audio. This option
will be ignored if there is a video stream. No keyframes will be added if
this option is omitted.
- Replace the input file with the output file. -i and -o are required to be
different files otherwise this option will be ignored.
- Show summary of options.
This manual page was written by Todd Troxell
<email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by
others). Updated by Ingo Oppermann