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Re: Tool to examine/modify .avi and .mov files




After a simple Google search i found a thread which seems to cover your
question: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1193808

On 01/03/2018 07:40 PM, deloptes wrote:
> Steve Keller wrote:
>
>> I often use jhead to examine EXIF headers in JPG files from my digital
>> camera and I also use jhead to fix EXIF time stamps in those files.
>>
>> But what I'm looking for is an equivalent tool for AVI and MOV movie files
>> which I also get from my cameras.  Most important would be to be able to
>> change the time stamps in these files.
>>
>> Using aptitude search I haven't found anything to do this.
>>
>>
>> Using strings -a on those files, I see usually three identical strings of
>> the
>> format YYYY:MM:DD HH:MM:SS.  I could write a simple tool to overwrite
>> these strings with the desired time stamp, but I don't know enough about
>> the file formats to be sure not to corrupt the file, e.g. because of
>> checksums or other items in the file that need to be changed too.
>>
>> Steve
> strange cause I just googled and found avifix - in the transcode-utils there
> is much more - just look into it. It is part of the debian multimedia
> packages http://www.deb-multimedia.org
>
> $ apt-cache search avifix
> transcode-utils - Utility to encode raw video/audio streams
>
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