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pymediareport

Implements bulk filtering of directories to determine if any video media matches specified criteria.

For example, to locate all movies that have stereo only soundtracks:

 pymediareport.py --find_stereo_only --recursive /mnt/movies

Where /mnt/movies is your top-level directory with one or more sub-directories containing video material.

The following flags are currently available:

--find_stereo_only to locate video files that only have stereo soundtracks

--find_single_audio_only to locate video files that only have a single audio stream

--find_fullscreen to locate video files that are in fullscreen (4:3) aspect ratio

--find_low_bit_rate to locate video files that are lower bitrate and therefore likely lower quality

Some of these can be used cumulatively; for example you may filter for stereo only as well as single audio which should identify videos that only have a single AAC audio stream.

Note that this currently depends on a fork of ffprobe3 which me be found here:

https://github.com/esarjeant/ffprobe3

You will need to install a forked version of ffprobe3 to use this wrapper:

pip3 install ffprobe3-esarjeant

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