Video::Info::ASF

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Video::Info::ASF is a Perl module for ASF files for attributes like: -video codec -audio codec -frame height -frame width -frame count and more! SYNOPSIS use Video::Info::ASF; my $video; $video = Video::Info::ASF->new(-file=>$filename); #like this $video->vcodec; #video codec $video->acodec; #audio codec ... ASF stands for Advanced Systems Format, in case you were wondering. It used to stand for Active Streaming Format, but Microsoft decided to change it. This type of file is primarily used to store audio & video data for local or streaming playback. It can also be embedded with commands (to launch a web browser, for instance), for an "immersive" experience. ASF is similar in structure to RIFF. (See RIFF::Info). The morbidly curious can find out more below in REFERENCES..

Videoinfoasf - Perl Module - Asf Files - Video - Perl - Module - Files - Codec - Libraries - Programming

Published By:Allen Day

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:22 October, 2010

Version:0.993

Price:Free

Downloads:156

Size:634.9 KB

Platform: Linux

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