library for parsing, manipulating and indexing FLV files
Python
Latest commit 0896785 Dec 2, 2013 @wulczer Assorted cleanups and style fixes for cut-flv.
Cleanup unused imports, remove some redundant code, bring help text closer to
reality, get rid of debugging output, some small PEP8 fixes.
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debian Release v0.1.13 Nov 29, 2013
lib/flvlib Assorted cleanups and style fixes for cut-flv. Dec 1, 2013
man Add options to index-flv to retimestamp the file before indexing. Dec 1, 2009
scripts Script to cut flv files. Tested so far with H264/mp3 flv files. Nov 30, 2013
test
.gitignore Ignore the trial temporary directory. Jun 7, 2009
.travis.yml Add Travis configuration. Nov 29, 2013
LICENSE Relicense under the MIT License, add LICENSE file Jan 27, 2009
MANIFEST.in Remove trailing slash from manifest line. Sep 9, 2009
README Mention the test distutils command in the README. Jun 15, 2009
fix-rpm-compressing-files Install the README when building the RPM. Use the bzip2-compressed Jan 30, 2009
setup.cfg Remove the BuildRequire on python for building RPMs. Apr 1, 2009
setup.py

README

This is flvlib, a library for manipulating, parsing and verifying FLV
files.  It also includes two example scripts, debug-flv and index-flv,
which demonstrate the possible applications of the library.

If you got the source tarball, you can run the automated test suite
and install the library with:
$ tar xjf flvlib-x.x.x.tar.bz2
$ cd flvlib-x.x.x
$ python setup.py test
$ sudo python setup.py install

After that you can debug FLV files with:
$ debug-flv file.flv

and index them with:
$ index-flv -U file.flv

Try:
$ debug-flv --help
$ index-flv --help
for more available parameters.

The library and the scripts are distributed under the MIT License.
You can contact the author, Jan Urbanski, at wulczer@wulczer.org.